Our bunny sponsors are some of the most valuable contributors to our mission. By setting up a one-time or recurring monthly or yearly sponsorship donation, you're providing a reliable, consistent source of funds for some of the most vulnerable house rabbits in our care. Bunny sponsorships also make a special Holiday gift, birthday gift or remembrance for you or to be sent to someone else.
A "Thank you" note from the bunny you are sponsoring will be sent for one-time donations of $30 or more. Monthly sponsors of $30 or more receive a thank-you note, plus you will be kept informed of your bunny's progress every quarter which may include pictures and an update about the rabbit you sponsor. Also, please feel free to use "Other" to put in an amount you are comfortable with. All donations are greatly appreciated!
Scroll through the pictures and click the image to read their details. Once you know the bunny you wish to sponsor, fill out the form below, click submit and you will to be taken to the payment page.
All the bunnies in our foster care program, whether they be "Sanctuary" or "Adoptables", need a little extra love - from you! (Note: you can also pick a bunny from our Adoptables page)
This spunky little guy is blind and his legs are crippled, but that doesn't slow him down! He can be found zipping around and having fun. He has quite the story to tell his sponsors!
Rocky's Mom, Ginger suffers from spondylosis. She would love to send you pictures and share her story. Sponsor Ginger to get all the details!
Sam is a happy guy despite having head tilt and a blind down eye. He is a wonderful eater and is always looking for more! A sponsorship from you will brighten his day!
We don't know this little lady's background. And, she isn't talking. But, if you ask too loud, you might get a nip! We are working with her daily and slowly she is overcoming her fear. Please encourage her along with your sponsorship,
The oldest of the group. Danny turned 15 on April 24, 2023. Danny is currently receiving monthly acupuncture treatments - your sponsorship will allow them to continue!
Digestive issues trouble this little guy. Continually. He is a trooper but he needs your prayers and sponsorship.
Sawyer developed congenital glaucoma at just 7 weeks of age in his left eye. It caused him to lose sight in that eye. His right eye also developed the disease and we are continuing aggressive treatment; hoping to save the sight. Sawyer loves to be read to and I would love to tell him about your sponsorship!
Ashley has been battling bladder sludge issues for years. She eats a healthy for rabbits diet but seems to have a genetic predisposition to over produce sludge. She is on medication and fluid therapy. Will you be able to sponsor Ashley?