Adopt

Rabbits are the third most popular companion animal. They can be litter box trained and stay indoors with the family like a dog or cat.

ESRREC adoptable rabbits will be listed here and on Petfinder.  We require an adoption fee to help defray the costs of sheltering and neutering/spaying the rabbits. Please email your application or any questions to adopt@esrrec.org.

FAQs (please read this first!)

Adoption Application

Adoption Contract

NOTE: Thank you to the House Rabbit Society for letting us utilize their forms!

Below are the listings of ESRREC’s adoptable rabbits from Petfinder.

 . Alice .
 . Alice .  . Alice .  . Alice .
  • Lionhead, American
  • Spayed/Neutered
Alice is a free spirit and independent thinker. She came to us with 5 babies and was a responsible mother until they were old enough. Now she is ready to enjoy her own life! We are looking for a family that can give her a full "house rabbit" environment. Alice will definitely not be happy in a cage or pen. She wants to explore the whole house. But she has very impeccable litter box habits. Please read the FAQs on our website to learn about our adoption process.
Adult, Female, Large
 . Mikki .
 . Mikki .  . Mikki .  . Mikki .
  • Rex
  • Spayed/Neutered
Mikki is a velvety soft Rex. She is well-mannered but wants to get to know you first before she lets you approach her. Once you're part of her "inner circle" she wants to cuddle!
Young, Female, Small
 . Molly .
 . Molly .  . Molly .  . Molly .  . Molly .
  • Dwarf, English Spot
  • Spayed/Neutered
Molly is a sassy little rabbit, but patience pays off. You may mistakenly think she is not interested and wants to be left alone. However, once she trusts you, she craves your affection and wants to be cuddled. She is also a small rabbit even though she is full-grown. Please read the FAQs on our website to learn about our adoption process.
Young, Female, Small
Powered by Petfinder.com