Special Needs Rabbits
Special Needs rabbits have medical or other conditions that require an adoptive parent who is experienced in rabbit care.
Would you like to sponsor a Special Needs Rabbit? You can easily do so through Paypal.
Just click on any of our "Donate" buttons. Be sure to write in the note section "Sponsorship" and who you are sponsoring.
To get more information about or visit a Special Needs bunny, please call 314-995-1457 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Blue and Earl Grey are very sweet, easy to handle bunnies. Blue came to us when her owner passed away and has never been adopted because she is just so shy that no one gives her a second glance. Earl Grey is a gentle, velvet-soft Mini Rex who we estimate was at least six years old when he came to us in 2006. We were short on cage space when he came in, but he was in great health and so sweet we decided to introduce him to shy and lonely Blue. They took to each other right away. The right person would find it very rewarding to give these wonderful, overlooked bunnies the kind of life they deserve.
Wendall has now crossed over to Rainbow Bridge. Thank you for helping with his care.
Wendall and Annie are two of the cutest bunnies you’ll ever see. Wendall is deaf and Annie suffered from upper respiratory problems for years. A new medication finally cured her URI, but she also has behavior problems, literally biting the hand that feeds her at every opportunity. They will stay in our sanctuary section unless we get one of those rare adopters or fosterers who enjoy working with troubled bunnies and would like to give Annie and Wendall a chance at life in a loving home.