The North Texas Rabbit Sanctuary (NTRS) serves the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The North Texas Rabbit Sanctuary (NTRS) is an all-volunteer, non-profit, 501(c)(3), no-kill organization based in the Dallas-Fort Worth area that rescues abandoned rabbits, finds new forever homes as house rabbits, and provides rabbit care information to the public.
Our Adoption Process:
The North Texas Rabbit Sanctuary (NTRS) charges a $125 adoption fee for a single rabbit and $185 for a pair. This is strictly to cover the spay/neuter cost of the rabbit. This is less expensive than if you spayed/neutered the rabbit on your own.
NTRS adopts to INDOOR HOMES only. For information on rabbit care and behavior, please visit www.rabbit.org.
rabbits can make wonderful pets, and rather than buying a rabbit for sale or finding a rabbit breeder, adopting a rabbit from
an animal shelter or rescue organization is the perfect way to add a rabbit to your family.
Keep in mind, there is a lot you will need to know when you provide a home for
a rabbit. You will need to learn what to feed them, how much exercise or
attention your rabbit needs, and many other important things about how to
house and care for a rabbit. There are different types of rabbits
including American; American Fuzzy Lop; American Sable; Angora, English; Angora, French; Angora, Giant; Angora, Satin; Belgian Hare; Beveren; Blanc de Hotot; Britannia Petite; Californian; Champagne D'Argent; Checkered Giant; Chinchilla, American; Chinchilla, Giant; Chinchilla, Standard; Cinnamon; Creme D'Argent; Dutch; Dwarf; Dwarf Hotot; English Spot; Flemish Giant; Florida White; Harlequin; Havana; Himalayan; Jersey Wooly; Lilac; Lionhead; Lop, English; Lop, French; Lop, Holland; Lop-Eared; Mini Lop; Mini Rex; Mini Satin; Netherland Dwarf; New Zealand; Palomino; Polish; Rex; Rhinelander; Satin; Silver; Silver Fox; Silver Marten; Tan; and Thrianta.
Pet adoption saves lives. Adopt a pet and you'll have a friend for life! Please consider a rescue pet before you buy a pet from a breeder or pet store. Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.