Prepping for pet parenthood?
There's a lot to learn when you have a new pet. Our sister brand, The Wildest, is here to support you—with new pet checklists, virtual training, and expert guides. Sign up for free.
Close button icon
Adopt

My name is Chu Chu!

Posted over 3 years ago | Updated 1 year ago

My basic info

Breed
Other/Unknown
Color
Age
Adult
Size
Standard (when grown)
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

This lovely little boy is Chu Chu. He’s an adorable guy who only wants a loving home and family that will help keep his bum nice and dry, due to a condition that causes him to pee to the side. He’s otherwise a healthy boy who deserves to have a wonderful life!
Rescue
Bunny Bunch OC (Orange County)

Contact info

Pet ID
Contact
Address
10534 Bechler River Avenue, Fountain Valley, CA 92708

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

The Bunny Bunch has hundreds of rabbits just waiting for a home of their own.

Due to Covid-19, we are doing everything curbside. No walk-ins.
Do an adoption application at bunnybunch.org.

Please check hours online as they may be affected by Covid-19.

Our rabbits are spayed or neutered and litterbox trained. Our adoption fee is $90.00 for a single rabbit or $150.00 for a bonded pair. The adoption fee covers the cost of the spay or neuter which normally costs well over $150.00 per rabbit.

Our adoption fee is $150.00 for a single chinchilla or $200.00 for a bonded pair.

Our adoption fee is $45.00 for a single guinea pig, $60.00 for a bonded pair, or $60.00 for a neutered male.

Your donation is tax deductible.

Adoption application

Go meet their pets

Bunny Bunch Orange County is located at:
10534 Bechler River Avenue, Fountain Valley, CA
(833) 372-2248

Please check hours online as they may be affected by Covid-19.

Open seven days a week for bunny sitting clients.

More about this rescue

The Bunny Bunch was established in 1984 by Caroline Charland to help rabbits in need. We are a non profit, no kill rescue and education organization run entirely by volunteers. Over the years we have rescued thousands of rabbits, mostly from high kill shelters.

Most of the rabbits we rescue come from city and county shelters. These rabbits would have otherwise been euthanized. Unfortunately rabbits are taken to these shelters everyday, mostly because people have bought them from a pet shop, breeder or swap meet without learning about their care or knowing what to expect. They are often bought for young children who cannot care for them. They are left in cages, hutches or outside with no protection from predators.

It is our goal to place Bunny Bunch rabbits into loving homes where they will spend the rest of their life in a happy, healthy, environment. We do this by helping people make the right choice about adopting a rabbit, by educating them about rabbits and their care, and what to expect when you have a rabbit living in your home as part of the family. We also stay up to date with the latest in health care for rabbits and work with many veterinarians across the United States and even in other countries.

In December 2007 we opened our first adoption and education center in Montclair, California called the Burrow. The Burrow is a safe haven for rabbits to live until they find their forever home. We always have lots of rabbits, chinchillas and guinea pigs waiting for homes.

We have a classroom where we hold seminars and workshops for the public, teaching them all about rabbit care. We also offer programs to teach shelters, vet techs and even veterinarians about rabbit care and health.

Our store Bunny Bunch Boutique is packed full of healthy goodies for rabbits, chinchillas and guinea pigs. We ship our products all over the United States and also offer a wholesale line.

Bunny sitting, bonding and grooming are also offered as one of our services at the Burrow.

We do have a spay and neuter program here at the Burrow for the animals we rescue. At times we are able to offer low cost spay and neuter to the public.

We hope that one day because of our work and the work of others that rabbits won’t be sold at swap meets, feed stores, pet shops and street corners. And that they won’t be used for testing products or used in experiments or bred for food. We hope that they will be recognized as the wonderfully delightful creature they really are.

Our entire organization runs on donations, grants and profits from our store.