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My name is Hazel (And Elvira and Tabitha)!
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Pay Fee

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

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

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Tabitha, Hazel and Ellie are a bonded sister trio. Tabitha is the glue sister. She's the most likely to both groom and be groomed by the other two. She's got the most subtle markings and the most sweet personality. Hazel is the sister with a little more coloration than Tabitha. She's the adventurer and the trouble maker. If the girls are out for their run time, she's the first to venture out and the most likely to tease the bunnies still in their pen. Elvira has the sassiest eye markings. She is close with her sisters but spends more time alone than the other two. For this reason, we've introduced her to single boy bunnies and she has done well on dates but then she seems to do poorly with the boy once her sisters aren't around and ends up coming home and integrates right back in with sisters.
It's really quite beautiful to see the three little girls together, especially when they all jump on top of their box to make it easier for you to reach down and pet them. It's such a rare treat to have three bunnies together but usually it's only people who already have a bunny who recognize how special it is to have a bonded trio!
Tabitha, Hazel and Ellie are a bonded sister trio. Tabitha is the glue sister. She's the most likely to both groom and be groomed by the other two. She's got the most subtle markings and the most sweet personality. Hazel is the sister with a little more coloration than Tabitha. She's the adventurer and the trouble maker. If the girls are out for their run time, she's the first to venture out and the most likely to tease the bunnies still in their pen. Elvira has the sassiest eye markings. She is close with her sisters but spends more time alone than the other two. For this reason, we've introduced her to single boy bunnies and she has done well on dates but then she seems to do poorly with the boy once her sisters aren't around and ends up coming home and integrates right back in with sisters.
It's really quite beautiful to see the three little girls together, especially when they all jump on top of their box to make it easier for you to reach down and pet them. It's such a rare treat to have three bunnies together but usually it's only people who already have a bunny who recognize how special it is to have a bonded trio!
Rescue

Save SomeBunny Rabbit Rescue, inc

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Tustin, CA 92781

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

We have a pre-adoption application to find out what you're looking for in a rabbit and what level of experience you have with rabbit care.

2.

Meet the Pet

You can meet us by appointment at one of our foster homes.

3.

Pay Fee

If you find the right bunny for you and can provide a good, safe indoor home, you pay the adoption fee and take your new family member home!

Additional adoption info

Fees are $60 ($100 for a bonded pair) and all rabbits are spayed/neutered.
Fees are $60 ($100 for a bonded pair) and all rabbits are spayed/neutered.

More about this rescue

Save SomeBunny Rabbit Rescue, Inc. was established in 2014 by a small group of rabbit lovers who met while volunteering at the Irvine Animal Care Center. Over time we saw that rabbits with treatable medical conditions were sometimes candidates for euthanasia because the expense for cure, maintenance, or even end-of-life hospice would be too great for municipal animal shelters to justify. We formed a non-profit 501c (3) rescue organization run entirely by volunteers to provide medical care and rehabilitation for Orange County shelter rabbits. Our goals include the rescue, rehabilitation and placement of treatable rabbits, plus public education regarding proper rabbit care. We rely on public donations. 100% of monies go directly to our bunnies to pay for veterinary care, drugs & medical supplies, hay, pellets, fresh greens, housing, spay/neuter, advertising, event supplies, office supplies, toys and other needed environmental enrichments. The rabbits are housed with foster families during their treatment, rehabilitation, and while waiting for their forever homes.
Save SomeBunny Rabbit Rescue, Inc. was established in 2014 by a small group of rabbit lovers who met while volunteering at the Irvine Animal Care Center. Over time we saw that rabbits with treatable medical conditions were sometimes candidates for euthanasia because the expense for cure, maintenance, or even end-of-life hospice would be too great for municipal animal shelters to justify. We formed a non-profit 501c (3) rescue organization run entirely by volunteers to provide medical care and rehabilitation for Orange County shelter rabbits. Our goals include the rescue, rehabilitation and placement of treatable rabbits, plus public education regarding proper rabbit care. We rely on public donations. 100% of monies go directly to our bunnies to pay for veterinary care, drugs & medical supplies, hay, pellets, fresh greens, housing, spay/neuter, advertising, event supplies, office supplies, toys and other needed environmental enrichments. The rabbits are housed with foster families during their treatment, rehabilitation, and while waiting for their forever homes.