Our Mission: To provide rescued domestic rabbits a home for life.

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You can make a difference

Providing a home for life for rescued domestic rabbits for 50 years!

Your support is vital to the survival of so many discarded rabbits.  Help the Sanctuary by sponosoring one of our rescued rabbits, or by making a generous donation.  

Be a part of this good work by donating today!

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Rabbit Hemorrhagic
Disease Virus 

In light of the deadly Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus spreading across the US and recently found in Georgia, the Board of the Rabbit Sanctuary is re-evaluating its rabbit intake procedures and volunteer orientation process.  We welcome your interest in volunteering with us.  Your volunteer application will be acknowledged, but we ask your patience as we construct new guidelines before welcoming you to the Sanctuary.

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CBS Sunday Morning

April 4, 2021

 

Report on RHDV2  

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Irina's photo shoot

What People are Saying

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Deb R., Volunteer

"The Rabbit Sanctuary makes a significant difference in the lives of their rescued residents.  From the day the bunnies arrive, and throughout the remaindeer of their lives at the Sanctuary, the focus remains on their well-being and happiness.  The purposeful, worthwhile work, and the genuine camaraderie of the volunteers make supporting the Sanctuary tremendously rewarding".

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Dale S., Volunteer

"Many years ago I discovered the Rabbit Sanctuary and because of the good work they do - resucing abandoned and abused domestic rabbits - I volunteered.  I still volunteer because I believe in their mission -providing a home for life including medical care - for these sweet furry souls".

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Becky H.

"I have been a vlounteer at the Sanctuary for over ten years.  I believe in the need for a safe place for discarded domestic rabbits to reside.  Here at the Sanctuary the rabbits needs come first.  This is a place where they can live their lives as close to their natural lives as possible while still remaining safe, cared for, and respected".