The Bunny Castle Rabbit Rescue
A 501 (c) 3 Nonprofit No Kill Organization Dedicated to the Welfare of the Domestic Rabbit
Rescue, care, rehabilitation, spay & neuter and adoption of domestic rabbits.
Dory and Coral enjoy their exercise time.
Bunny Money Fundraiser
Your tax deductible dollars help us purchase feed and supplies for our bunnies. It also helps with spay and neuter surgeries and pays for any vet visits or medications the bunnies may need.
We need your support. Please donate today.
Donation boxes are located at Spellbinder Books-Bishop, The UPS Store-Bishop, Wye Road Feed-Bishop and Bee Gee Beauty Supply-Bishop.
Or you can send your donation to:
The Bunny Castle Rabbit Rescue
105 Rawson Creek Rd.
Bishop, Ca 93514
You can also donate online by clicking the JustGive.com link on this page.
The Bunnies appreciate your support.
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Fun Rabbit Facts
- Rabbits are "lagomorphs", not rodents, and are related to hares and pikas.
- Domesticated rabbits are very social and do best when adopted in bonded pairs.
- Rabbits are most active in the early morning and in the late evening.
- Rabbits that live indoors can live an average of 8 to 13 years while a rabbit living outdoors has an average lifespan of only 2 years!
- Timothy hay is absoutely necessary for digestion
- Rabbits can be potty trained.
Fresca enjoys her hay and pellets.
REALITY OF EASTER BUNNIES VIDEO
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Easter and Bunnies Don't Mix
good match. The natural exuberance and rambunctiousness of
even the gentlest toddler are stressful for the sensitive rabbit.
Children like a companion they can hold, carry, and cuddle.
That's why stuffed animals are so popular. Rabbits are not passive
and cuddly. They are ground-loving creatures who feel frightened
and insecure when held and restrained. The result: the child loses
interest, and the rabbit ends up neglected or abandoned.
Rabbits are not "low-maintenance" pets. They have a
lifespan of 10 years and require as much work as a dog or cat.
Your home must be bunny-proofed, or Thumper will chew electrical
cords and furniture. Rabbits must be spayed or neutered or
they will mark your house with feces and urine. They should live
indoors, as members of the family. To consign these sensitive,
intelligent, social animals to life in a hutch is to miss the joy of
sharing your life with a rabbit. So if your child is pleading for a
bunny for Easter, do a rabbit a favor, and buy her a toy rabbit that
she can snuggle to her heart's content. Let's make Easter a joyful
time for our long-eared friends.
Clearly, rabbits aren't for everyone. Are you a gentle adult living in
a quiet household? If you think you're one of those rare individuals
who would enjoy sharing life with a rabbit, please visit your
local rabbit-rescue group.
Easter & Bunnies
Borrowed from the House Rabbit Society
The Bunny Castle Rabbit Rescue would like to thank The PetCo Foundation for our
$500.00 spay and neuter grant
Our PetCo grant helped to spay Zoe. As a result she has been adopted!
The Bunny Castle Rabbit Rescue would like to thank
Build-A-Bear Workshop Hugs Foundation for awarding us a grant for $1000.00.
The funds will be used to help us feed and care for our 215 rescued rabbits.
The Build-A-Bear Workshop Bears Hugs Foundation is committed to making life more bearable for children, families and pets, in need of a helping paw. With the sale of each full sized Bearemy's Kennel Pals friend-a collection of Build-A-Bear Workshop plush dogs-one dollar is donated to domestic pet programs including local animal shelters, stray pet rescue and rehabilitation organizations, and pet education programs around the country. Funds are available to qualified non-profit animal groups in the United States and Canada through a quarterly grant process. Visit www.buildabear.com for more information.
The Bunny Castle appreciates Build-A-Bear Workshop Bear Hugs Foundation's support.