These rabbits are currently available through New Mexico House Rabbit Society:
Isaac is not yet vaccinated for RHDV2.
If you are interested in providing a forever home, please fill out our adoption form at bit.ly/NMHRSadoptionapp
No cats or dogs for this rabbit.
He is not yet vaccinated for RHDV2.
If interested please visit our adoption form: bit.ly/NMHRSadoptionapp
Bumper is a 1 year old neutered male sweetheart with good litterbox skills. He is 3.5 pounds of love and RHDV2 vaccinated.
Bumper came to us with severe eye trauma to his left eye and ultimately he had to lose the eye. He's may be a one eyed bunny but that doesnt stop him from anything. He's an exceptionally sweet and friendly guy that will follow you everywhere. Playful, but will also sit with you for pets and affection.
We do not anticipate Bumpers missing eye to need any further medical care.
If you are interested in Bumper, please fill out our adoption form at bit.ly/NMHRSadoptionapp
Please note that rabbits this small are more fragile than larger rabbits and therefore tend to not be a good fit for small/young children.
If interested in Bruno please fill out our adoption form: bit.ly/NMHRSadoptionapp
Other cool things about Crouton: She doesn't have front teeth, so she doesn't chew anything! She is a super tough little girl - having recovered from two surgeries in just a few months with almost no down-time.
Although Crouton is little (around two and a half pounds) she has a big attitude.
Crouton is spayed and vaccinated.
If interested, please fill out our form at bit.ly/NMHRSadoptionapp
Trixie (f) has some lionhead in her so she fluffs out in the hips and cheeks. Detox (m) has spots on his face that form his very own mustache. This brother/sister pair were found as strays when they were 9 days old and were brought to NMHRS where they were bottle fed. They are independent rabbits who like to romp and play.
These best friends are always cuddling. They love to binky, especially for fresh hay.
Trixie and Detox must be adopted together and never separated. Adopting a bonded pair saves you the stress and work of bonding your rabbit later. Bonded rabbits are happier, healthier, and live longer.
Interested in these all stars? Fill out our adoption form: bit.ly/NMHRSadoptionapp
To find out more, please call 505-435-9916 or email Kirstin@newmexicohrs.org.
Note: House Rabbit Society does not take in rabbits directly from the public. We only take in rabbits from shelters. For information about finding a home for your rabbit, please visit here