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Missouri House Rabbit Society - St. Louis
P.O. Box 6362, Chesterfield, Missouri 63006-6362, USA    Phone: 314-995-1457    Email:  
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Want a bunny to love?
Please do NOT go to a pet store!
Call us: 314-995-1457
Email us an Adoption Questionnaire.

Buying animals from pet stores or breeders adds to the tragedy of pet overpopulation. 

Instead of buying a bunny check out our adorable buns available for adoption!
     This site last updated: March 18, 2015
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Click the HRS National Bunny for valuable info on rabbits and to locate a House Rabbit Society chapter in your area.

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HRS is a 501 (c3) all-volunteer, non-profit organization with a dual purpose of rescue and education. Donations are tax - deductible.
HRSMO Easter Events with Bunnies!
We are inviting the public to meet
& learn about real bunnies at the following locations:

Saturday, March 28
- MO Botanical Gardens "Eggstravaganza" - 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
- O'Fallon Family YMCA Easter Egg Hunt - 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
- Dierbergs Market - Des Peres "Bunny Fair" - 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Sunday, March 29
- Delmar Gardens West Easter Party - 3:00 - 4:00 pm

Friday, April 3
- Friendship Village Easter Party - 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Saturday, April 4
- The Boulevard (Brentwood) "Bunnies in the Boulevard" - 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
- Fenton Parks & Recreation Easter Egg Hunt - 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

For more information contact:
  Alabama Cruelty Case: 
Will you take 30 seconds to sign a petition to save rabbits?
This link takes you directly to the place to sign:

Please share it with your Facebook and Twitter friends so they can sign too! Explanation: The petition urges a district attorney in Alabama to give 161 tame rabbits - just like the rabbits we have as our companions - to rescue groups.  The rabbits were removed from a terrible situation where they were suffering, but the district attorney placed them in an equally terrible situation by sending them to a breeder where they will live their lives in tiny breeding cages or face death.   Oddly, the district attorney placed the cats, dogs and other animals in shelters and rescues.  It was only the poor rabbits that were sent to a breeder.

The House Rabbit Society is outraged and is begging us to help right this terrible wrong.  Margo DeMello, president of the national House Rabbit Society, wrote:

"Our Alabama educator is pleading with District Attorney Chris Connolly to release the rabbits to the local shelter so the rabbits can go to rescue groups. We want to save these rabbits - not see a breeder profit from them!  It does not seem right for a breeder to profit from animals seized in a cruelty case."

To learn more about the animal cruelty case, click on:
Bunnies  Adoptable

Tortoise and Hare 5k Run/Walk
Sunday, May 3, 2015 @ 9 a.m.
Online information and registration:
Facebook event:
Prefer to mail your application/payment?
Here's a form for you to copy, print and mail in:
Tortoise & Hare 5K Mail in Form
Seriously thinking about getting a bunny at Easter? Here's the best way to do it:

1) Start finding out the facts ahead of time.  Visit our shelter.  Contact us to do an orientation (even long time bunny owners learn something new) at 314-995-1457 or

2) If you decide a bunny would be a great pet for you and you have a family with children, then give the kids a stuffed bunny toy for Easter along with a note that you'll be going to visit some real bunnies right AFTER Easter.  

Your whole family can enjoy Easter and look forward to a new family member afterward without the chaos of trying to care for a new pet the same day as the coming and going, family visits, etc.  and it's a WHOLE LOT LESS STRESSFUL FOR THE BUNNY TOO.

3) Be sure you're prepared to make a 10 or 12  year  commitment because we absolutely guarantee the children will quickly lose interest no matter what their ages.  Teenagers will also shortly be headed off to college.   It has to be mom and dad who really want the bunny. 

4) Read our info on things to think about BEFORE getting a bunny.  They are not low cost, not low maintenance, they require specialized care, etc.

- Things to consider Before Adopting a Bunny
- Video Why Live Bunnies are NOT good Easter Gifts
- Cost of acquiring and ongoing care of live rabbit
- Videos on How to take care of a pet rabbit.
"Law & Order - Bunny Business" 
Starring "Godiva" and "Scooter" 

Don't miss this fun, educational video which uses humor &
downright cuteness to teach why live bunnies are NOT good Easter gifts! 
Chicks & ducklings aren't toys either!
Want an "Easter Bunny"?  
Choose Chocolate!

"Rescue Chocolate" Organic, Natural, Handcrafted, Kosher, Vegan Chocolates. Packed in Eco-friendly packaging.  Since chocolate melts easily, items are sent Priority Mail. Proceeds go to animal rescues.  In addition to bunnies, they have bars and specialty items with interesting assortment of natural flavors. Check it out!  Now through March 15th, use discount code "hello" to receive 15% off your order.
*When making a purchase,  type the code HRS St. Louis in the Gift Message Note field and HRSMO, St. Louis will receive $1.00 for every item you purchase!
I'm NOT a toy.
I'm a 10 year commitment!
"Easter Bunnies"
The Humane Society of MO has asked us to help with the rescue of 21 rabbits from a St.Francois Co. breeder. 

for details.