Adoptable Rabbits

These rabbits are currently available through New Mexico House Rabbit Society:

 . Maxine and Jarvis (bonded pair) .
 . Maxine and Jarvis (bonded pair) .  . Maxine and Jarvis (bonded pair) .  . Maxine and Jarvis (bonded pair) .  . Maxine and Jarvis (bonded pair) .
  • Lionhead
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Prefers home without dogsPrefers home without small kids
Maxine (f) and Jarvis (m) were trapped as strays when they were about 6 weeks old and are now estimated to be around 7 months old. They are very fluffy and very tiny - Maxine weighs just under two and a half pounds and Jarvis weighs just under two pounds. Their little bodies make them extra fragile, so they need to go to a home with no dogs or children. They will also need to be brushed at least once a week to prevent their fur from getting matted. Because they are lionheads they are a little skittish and will need a patient home that understands that their trust must be earned by these adorable munchkins. Maxine and Jarvis must be adopted together and never separated. Please email kirstin@newmexicohrs.org if interested.
Young, Female, Medium
 . Lydia .
 . Lydia .  . Lydia .  . Lydia .
  • Bunny Rabbit
  • Spayed/Neutered
Lydia was found as a stray in an apartment complex with two other bunnies. She gave birth in the shelter on June 19th to a litter of six and went into her foster home with her kits the next day. Her kids are now grown and living on their own so Lydia is ready for the next stage in her life - finding a forever home. This girl is calm and quiet, but when it's meal time she will yank her bowl toward her with her mouth instead of taking an extra step forward. Although she has a box to hide in she prefers to always be out and visible. Lydia has been treated for an eye injury that she sustained when she was a stray, and her left eye will always be a little cloudy. She also has some allergies so she sneezes a little more often than normal. If you would like to give Lydia a forever home, please email kirstin@newmexicohrs.org
Young, Female, Medium
 . Milo and Aero (bonded pair) .
 . Milo and Aero (bonded pair) .  . Milo and Aero (bonded pair) .  . Milo and Aero (bonded pair) .  . Milo and Aero (bonded pair) .
  • Bunny Rabbit
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Prefers home without dogsPrefers home without small kids
Milo and Aero were trapped on the streets of Albuquerque by NMHRS volunteers back in March when they were about 4 week sold. Aero (f) was caught behind a bicycle and Milo (m) was caught in the middle of a cactus. These bunnies live a lazy life and are almost always relaxing and laying down, sometimes even to eat or drink. However, when the mood strikes them they run and binky and have a good time. They are curious as well - especially Milo who enjoys watching the hummingbirds during his supervised outdoor time. They like to be pet and will walk up to you when you approach them. Milo and Aero will do best in a quiet home with no dogs or young children, and may need to be comforted during major thunderstorms and the 4th of July. They MUST be adopted together. For more information on why bonded pairs are great, or if you're interested in adopting, please email Kirstin@NewMexicoHRS.org.
Young, Male, Medium
 . Alex .
 . Alex .  . Alex .  . Alex .
  • Bunny Rabbit
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Special Needs
Hi, I'm Alex! I'm a handsome, happy-go -lucky, five pound neutered male. I'm about 1 year old. I was turned in to the city shelter, as no one wanted me because there was something horribly wrong with my right eye. NMHRS was contacted by the shelter for help in seeking a specialist to address my eye issue. I am now in foster care awaiting an extensive and expensive procedure called an enucleation. This means I will be a one eyed bunny, but I will adjust because my left eye is really good!

In the near future, I'll be looking for my forever home with someone who will give me lots of love and attention. Thanks to NMHRS, I'll have the chance to have a wonderful life, once my eye gets fixed. Please consider donating to NMHRS to help defray the costs of my surgery!

Thank you and lots of love,
Alex

If interested in Alex, please contact his foster mom, Liz, and pelletinpelletout@yahoo.com
Young, Male, Medium
 . Cheesecake .
 . Cheesecake .  . Cheesecake .
  • Bunny Rabbit
  • Spayed/Neutered
Cheesecake is a CABQ bunny in foster care. She was found as a stray by some kids in the valley who took her to their teacher. The teacher got her to a kind foster parent so she was safe until she finds her forever home.

Cheesecake is a spayed female, snow white with cherry eyes, approx 9lbs. Although shy, she has been around older kids, cats and dogs. She's in the process of litter box and handling training.

She is about 1.5 yrs old. She loves her pine cones and enjoys being petted. She will sit up and beg for healthy treats!
Adult, Female, Medium
 . Serafina .
 . Serafina .  . Serafina .  . Serafina .
  • Bunny Rabbit
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Spayed/Neutered
  • Special Needs
“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest bunny of all?” Meet Serafina - a survivor!!!!

Dumped on streets of ABQ, taken to the shelter where she promptly had a litter, fostered in a loving home, fought off abscesses requiring surgery, & now fully recovered/healthy again, Serafina is finally ready to find her own forever home!

Serafina is a sassy, confident bun who knows what she wants and settles for nothing less! Bursting with personality & antics, she needs a home where she can free range.

Since abscesses sometimes return, NMHRS is prepared to cover the cost of any recurrence at one of our trusted ABQ vets, D. Levenson, DVM. Contact Kirstin@newmexicohrs.org if interested in adopting Serafina
Young, Female, Medium
 . Bandit .
 . Bandit .  . Bandit .  . Bandit .
  • Bunny Rabbit
  • Spayed/Neutered
Bandit is a sweet girl who likes to rearrange things. She was born on July 10th and went into her foster home 3 days later where she has been ever since. Her favorite thing is her cottontail cottage so we highly encourage her forever home to provide multiple levels for Bandit to explore and lounge on. She also likes to chew on cardboard, especially cardboard tubes. She always runs up to greet you and enjoys sitting with people on the couch while being pet.
Bandit is ok with dogs but will need to meet the dog first.
If interested in Bandit, contact Kirstin@newmexicohrs.org
Young, Female, Medium
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To find out more, please call 505-435-9916 or email Criss Starr.

Note: House Rabbit Society does not take in rabbits directly from the public. We only take in rabbits directly from shelters. For information about finding a home for your rabbit, please visit here

 

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