Since 2003, Safe Haven Rabbit Rescue has provided a home-like atmosphere for abandoned, abused, and neglected domestic rabbits. Our work is supported through your donations and support of our fundraising efforts. To celebrate Safe Haven's 20th Year Anniversary, we have released Special Edition Merch with an all new design! A big "Thank you!" goes out to Laura Colon, graphic artist, who volunteered her time and talents to help the bunnies!
It is only with your support that we will be able to continue our work. Your purchases will help fund the veterinary care of the foster and sanctuary bunnies.
The Bunnies Thank You in Advance!
The recording which is a "must see" for all rabbit owners!
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October 4, 2021 (Clinton, NJ) – The Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS), the only globally recognized organization providing standards for identifying legitimate animal sanctuaries, awarded Verified status to Safe Haven Rabbit Rescue, Inc. (SHRR) as of September 23, 2021.
Verification means that Safe Haven Rabbit Rescue meets the criteria of a true rabbit sanctuary/rescue and is providing humane and responsible care of the animals. To be awarded Verified status, an organization must meet GFAS’s rigorous and peer-reviewed animal care standards which are confirmed by a site visit and they must also adhere to a demanding set of ethical and operational principles. The Verification status also provides a clear and trusted means for the public, donors, and grantors to recognize SHRR as an exceptional organization.
Need a gift for that hard to buy for someone?
We have just the thing! Sponsor A Bunny!
Your gift will not only delight the recipient, it will brighten the day for the very special bunny that you choose! Drop-down menus allow selection of Holiday or Non-Holiday, i.e. Birthday, In Memory of, etc.
Choose your bunny today!! Thank You!
Need to Re-home your rabbit?
Are you an owner needing to re-home your rabbit? Check out our Private Adoption Listing Program.
Safe Haven Rescue cannot take in at this time, but will help you find a new home.
What to do if you find a Wild Bunny
Rabbits hide their nests in plain view, often putting them in the open, sometimes in the middle of the lawn, as well as in brush piles and long grass. If you find a nest that has been disturbed, do all you can to restore and protect it. Do NOT bring it inside.