South Bay Rabbit Rescue (SBRR) will prevent the cruelty to rabbits by providing food, warmth, shelter and rehabilitation to the abandoned and neglected rabbits in the South Bay. SBRR will assist those who can no longer care for their rabbits. Rabbits in our care will be given medical treatment, spayed or neutered before being eligible to be adopted. Additional education will be provided to the human for the care of their new rabbit to ensure a happy transition into the home.
SBRR will make a difference 1 human and 1 rabbit at a time.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Currently we are by appointment only for adoption. However, we are very close to finalizing an adoption partner location where we will be every Saturday or Sunday and 1 day a week.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption donation fees vary on the individual rabbit. Our adoption donation fees range from $50.00 to $65.00. The rabbit will have been spayed or neutered prior to adoption. A contract is signed in which you agree to make the rabbit a part of the family, not just an item that sits in a hutch. When the rabbit is outside playing it must be supervised if not in an enclosure. If your are not over 18, your parent must sign the adoption agreement. Photo id is required.
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