My name is Pebbles (and BamBam)!

Posted 1 year ago

Adoption process

Submit Application


Meet the Pet


Pay Fee

My basic info

Dwarf (when grown)
Pet ID
Hair Length

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

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

Pebbles and BamBam are siblings. They were originally rescued as tiny infants in an outdoor hutch. The Mama Bun had disappeared and was presumed killed. Their foster family have done a great job socializing them. We are happy to announce that these adorable cuties are now available for adoption!

Pebbles and BamBam love attention from human family including time on the couch or bed cuddling. This pair is extremely close and always play and snuggle together. When they get early morning outside play, they love jumping and doing zoomies but first it is a must to chin the area. Treat time is especially important to them and get very excited to hear their treat bag and pellet bag get opened. They also enjoy eating carrots, cilantro, romaine, green and red leaf lettuce and small amounts of spring mix. They have done well with a dog and cat in the home, but prefer not to have the cat getting into their space. They have done well with multiple older children as well.
Save SomeBunny Rabbit Rescue, inc

Contact info

Pet ID
PO Box 3442, Tustin, CA 92781

Their adoption process


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.


Meet the Pet

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


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.

Adoption application

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.

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