My name is Ayden!

Posted 1 year ago

Adoption process

Submit Application




Meet the Pet

My basic info

Silver Fox
Standard (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:

Ayden and his siblings were stow-a-ways when their Momma was rescued in June 2022. Born July 1, 2023, Ayden is still a youngster and ready to find his forever home. He and brother Luke are almost identical, but Ayden is just a little bigger at 10.5 lbs. Yes, you read that right.

​If you love the bigger, teddy bear bunnies, Ayden is your boy! Neutered and vaccinated, Ayden is excellent with his litter box skills, and loves his hay

Ayden has not shown to be kind to rugs, but that may change as he matures. He loves attention and pets and is always looking for a treat or two. If you would like to meet Ayden, please read through our policies and fill out our application. You will find those at
Safe Haven Rabbit Rescue, Inc.

Contact info

Pet ID
PO Box 5057, Clinton, NJ 08809

Their adoption process


Submit Application

Please read through our adoption policy and fill out our application which is found at:



Once we receive your application, we can set up a phone call at your convenience.


Meet the Pet

Once your application and interview are approved and completed, an appointment can be scheduled.

Additional adoption info

Our adoption policies are outlined on our website:

Adoption application

Go meet their pets

Potential adopters will be provided with foster home address once their application has been approved.

More about this rescue

Since 2003 Safe Haven Rabbit Rescue has provided a home-like atmosphere for abandoned, abused, and neglected domestic rabbits. Safe Haven received federal 501(c) 3 designation in February 2004, and on March 20, 2008 was classified as a public charity exempt from Federal income tax under section 501 (c) 3 of the code.

Our mission is:
•To rescue abandoned, stray or abused rabbits, and find permanent indoor homes for them with caring owners.

•To educate the public about the unique qualities of rabbits, and to educate rabbit owners and humane societies as to the care and maintenance of rabbits.

•To promote and raise awareness of rabbits as indoor companion pets.

Safe Haven does not have a public shelter facility. We do not house our rabbits in cages unless they are ill, recovering from surgery or are disabled. All rabbits coming into the Safe Haven foster program receive a vet exam and fecal test upon arrival. They are provided with all the medical care required, are spayed or neutered, and are then placed with a foster parent to be readied for adoption. Safe Haven is a no-kill facility. Those rabbits who are not eligible for adoption, either due to health or temperament, live out their lives peacefully as sanctuary bunnies.

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