Hello! My name is Ziggy
I am already spayed, housetrained, and purebred.
A perplexing mystery. This spayed little cutie does not seem to be liked by the rabbit community(well, not the five rabbits she was indroduced to). She was instantly attacked but never fought back. So of course, she is one of our favorites. Not exactly the sharpest tool in the shed but very sweet. She is young and will keep getting more social as she matures. She keeps her room tidy and loves to sleep in the most adorable positions.
More information about Red Barn Rabbit Rescue
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Rescue Group Info...
RBRR is operated by Heather and Alexandra and is committed to the rescue and rehabilitation of domestic rabbits with the hope of finding them safe forever homes. They are also dedicated to educating the public on the domestic rabbit with the goal of reducing the number of unwanted, abused, and neglected rabbits. RBRR is one of the few animal shelters in the state of Oregon that caters to the needs of the domestic rabbit regardless of age, size, breed, or special needs. RBRR has an indoor/outdoor private facility located in Lane County that houses anywhere from 30 to 60 rabbits. RBRR is happy to provide support to new as well as experienced rabbit owners.
Visit our website to see up-coming events or to contact us about visiting the rescue shelter.
Fill out an Application- Here at RBRR we require you to fill out an application and to be approved before being able to adopt.
Set up an appointment- After we receive your application we will ask you any questions we may have and will then work with you to find a good time for you to come meet the rabbits we feel are a good match.
Adoption Fee: $50
Every rabbit adopted from RBRR comes with:
A starter bag of food
A bag of hay
A litter box, bowl, and toys
Free nail clipping