Dazzle & Daisy


All the way from Las Vegas!   Part of the huge rescue known as the Las Vegas Dumpsite bunnies,  this adorable bonded pair are now ready for their forever home.    Dazzle and Daisy are like peas in a pod;  never far from each other's side,  they eat together, snooze cuddled next to each other and even share the same litterbox.

Still a little timid,  they have come a long way in trusting people since coming to Safe Haven late April 2019.    With a lot of one on one time,  Dazzle and Daisy are sure to get more used to lots of attention and interaction.

They are both excellent with using their litterbox,   they both love to eat and are now becoming great hay eaters as well.   They do prefer orchard grass over timothy which is perfectly fine.

If you would like to meet Dazzle and Daisy,  please  read through our adoption policy and fill out our application and arrange to come for a visit! They must be adopted as a pair;  they truly love each other and will not be separated.





Part of a large rescue we found ourselves in at the beginning of the pandemic,  we are especially glad we were able to get Herman out of that dreadful situation.  From the start,  we knew there was something very special about this sweet and affectionate bunny.   

Herman had a way about him that was not like the other young boys in his group.  He did not join in their silly antics and seemed shunned by the others.  Keeping mostly to himself to avoid being picked on,  Herman seemed sad and lonely.   We separated him to avoid him getting hurt which seemed to be a relief for him.   He soon was begging pets and loved the attention his foster mom was showering on him.

Turns out that this bunny was very special indeed.   Herman was found to have both male and female reproductive organs.   While hermaphrodites are rare,  he did fit that definition.   Vet records will be provided to the adopter,  but for now let's just say he was spayed and neutered and all is well.


Herman is excellent with using his litterbox.  He loves to eat and has a great appetite for lots of hay.   Herman still loves to be petted and fussed over.  He also enjoys tearing up his cardboard into tiny pieces and digging his way out of a paper bag.

Herman's birthdate is Feb. 2, 2019.  He is a compact, healthy weight of approximately 7 lbs.  Herman is mostly white with gray ears and a gray spot just above his nose!

If you would like to meet Herman (currently via zoom),  please  read through our adoption policy and fill out our application .

Bailey & Paxton


Bailey and Paxton are siblings rescued from a home with 40 rabbits. They were about 1 month old, still nursing and with their mother Lily and 5 other siblings.

Paxton (white & gray) is a gentle, lovable boy. He has this air of vulnerability about him that makes you just want to love and protect him.   Bailey (tri-colored) is more of the adventurous type.  Smart and silly,  she is always on the go.  Both bunnies were in separate foster homes at first and both seemed to be needing bunny company.  They were both a little on the nervous side and we felt they would be much happier and more contented with another bunny to keep them company.

Bonding them was a breeze.   They immediately seemed happier!  Who knows if they remember the other as a littermate or not,  but within three days it was obvious they were best of buddies.


We do recommend an adult only home for this pair. Only because they sometimes do still get frightened by sudden noises.  Paxton is still a cuddle bug;  Bailey is getting much better at it.  She often will give nose kisses while eating her pellets. Paxton wants to be picked up and snuggled - after he finished his pellets, of course.

We gave them an approximate birth date of March 5, 2020.   Both bunnies are right around 6 lbs.   

If you would like to meet Bailey and Paxton (currently via zoom),  please  read through our adoption policy and fill out our application .



Maisey has been our little girl in hiding for a little while; brought into Safe Haven’s care on Oct. 9th, 2018 because of a possible heart problem.   At just 6 months of age,  when first being examined for her spay, an abnormally slow heart rate was detected.    The owner decided against further testing due to the expense and surrendered her to Safe Haven to give her the best chance at life.

After a second consultation by our veterinarian,  it was recommended that she be seen by a veterinary cardiologist for an Echo-cardiogram and we were referred to Red Bank Veterinary Hospital.    So on October 17,  we headed out to Tinton Falls.   Maisey was nervous, but all her tests can back within "normal range".   No structural abnormalities were detected, and the CBC/chemistry (bloodwork) was mostly normal.

Maisey is an active, fun loving girl now and ready to find her forever home! She just needs an adult only home without dogs.  She is still nervous and shy, so would do best with experienced rabbit owners who will continue to work with her.    She loves her cardboard diggy box and paper bags are especially her favorite toy.   If you would like to meet Maisey,  please  read through our adoption policy and fill out our application​ and arrange to come for a visit!