Thinking about getting a pair of bunnies or expanding your current furry family? It's a terrific idea! Rabbits are social animals and naturally live in big groups. Once you have witnessed multiple rabbits snuggling and grooming each other, you will never want to have a single rabbit again. Rabbits who travel, board or visit the vet together, are less stressed than single rabbits who experience these events alone. Single rabbits tend to be more lonely, even if surrounded by people or other animals.
We have many rabbits ready to go to their forever home right now. All of our available bunnies are spayed or neutered, vaccinated against the RHDV (Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus) and range in age from 8 months to seniors. Call or email us to inquire about our adoption services at (818) 988-4488 or email@example.com.
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Why Adopt from BunnyLuv?
Los Angeles city and county shelters are overflowing with unwanted rabbits. When space becomes an issue, these animals are euthanized to make room for the new animals coming into their system. BunnyLuv works with these high-kill shelters and takes in at-risk rabbits as space opens up at our shelter.
By adopting a rabbit from BunnyLuv, you are giving the gift of life and creating space for us to save more!
If that's not enough reason to adopt from BunnyLuv Rabbit Resource Center, consider these extra benefits:
Our rescued rabbits are have been spayed/neutered, healthy, socialized and litter-box trained. They are ready for your home.
With over 2200 successful "Luv Connections" to date, we specialize in facilitating the often difficult bonding process for your rabbits.
We offer help and guidance throughout the transition of your new rabbit group at home, and we are available afterwards, should you need our help in any area of rabbit care.
We do have a vigorous adoption process. We love all the bunnies who come through our doors and want to make sure they have the best lives possible. Our adoption process starts with filling out our adoption application. This can be done online or in person at our shelter. This is followed with a home check by one of our staff or volunteers. We are not judging your decor, but do want to see where your current bunny lives or where you would like to set up your new bunnies. We give advice on bunny-proofing and talk to you about diet and care. Once approved, you can choose a bunny (or two) to be bonded to the bunny you already have or take an already bonded pair home.
If one of our bunnies is to be a companion to your bunny, then we will match and bond the pair. This bonding service is included in the adoption fee.
Primary Caregiver. When a rabbit is adopted from BunnyLuv Rabbit Resource Center, the primary caregiver must be a responsible adult. The rabbit should be treated as an integral part of the family. We do NOT adopt out rabbits as pets for children or for classrooms.
Indoor Housing. Adopters of BunnyLuv Rabbit Resource Center must understand that our rabbits are to live as household companions. This means that they must have their living space indoors, and must spend every night indoors. Additional safety precautions may be required and will be determined at the time of the home visit.
Social Requirements. It is our strong belief rabbits need other rabbits in their daily lives, in addition to their humans. For this reason, BunnyLuv does not adopt rabbits to live as single animals. We specialize in rabbit introductions and will help you to expand your family.
Returns. If there are significant problems with the adopted rabbit, the adopter needs to give us advance notice. All rabbits adopted from this agency must be returned to this agency in case of insurmountable problems that prevent the adoption from being permanent.
Adoption fees. Our adoption fee is a $95 donation for one rabbit, $150 for a pair and $175 for a trio. Adoption fees are donations that cannot be refunded. We are a federally recognized tax-exempt, non-profit organization, and donations made to us are no more refundable than they are to any other public charity.
If you would like to hear more about adopting a second or third (or fourth or fifth...) rabbit from BunnyLuv, please call us at (818) 988 4488 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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All bunnies are organized first by how long they have been living at BunnyLuv
Almost a year old, this fellow came from the city shelter, malnourished, due to not getting enough alfalfa at a young age. Slowly but surely, he put on weight and became a healthy little scamp. One of his favorite activities is perching atop his log tunnel (seen here). He also adores being held.
Clark is Lewis's bro, though the pair are not bonded. He's also about a year old and from the city shelter. A healthy, active and smart bunny, he's the absolute king of uncovering goodies in the hide-a-treat enrichment toy.
This young lady was found wandering in a parking lot, where someone dumped her. She is a friendly ball of floof who loves people and gets along with pets. Spayed the third week of April, 2022, she'll soon be ready to find her forever home.
PAIRS, TRIOS, & FAMILIES
This adorable pair were pulled from the North Central City Shelter. They were originally part of a hoarding case in the spring of 2018. Dilly (approx. 4-years-old) is more outgoing than Dally (approx. 5.5-years-old), but they both enjoy a good nap and treats!!
This pair were returned to our shelter in February 2018. Mallory was originally our bunny, whom we pulled from the East Valley City shelter. She is approximately 8-years-old as of February 2022 and Malcolm is approximately 7-years-old. Mallory is a little shy, but Malcolm likes to sit on top of a box or stool to see if there are any incoming treats.
Seniors & Special Needs
Bunnies over 8-years-old and those with special considerations are listed below
This pretty girl has just a touch of white speckling on her back. She is approximately 9 years old as of November 2021.
This bossy and beautiful girl is the only Grey & White Dutch in our stable herd. She is approximately 10 years old as of March 2022.
Leila is one of 45 bunnies rescued from a local horse stable in November 2012. She is one of the largest Dutch adults and has a black arch on the left side of her shoulder. While a bit shy of people, she would quickly adjust with the right home. She is approximately 10 years old as of March 2022.
This absolute sweetheart is approximately 9 years old as of November 2021.
She is one of 5 white baby girl bunnies pulled from a local horse stable. She is approximately 9 years old as of November 2021, and is a very curious girl who loves to explore every chance she gets.
One of the largest bunnies in our Stable Herd, Cooper is one of 45 rabbits rescued from a local horse stable. He is approximately 10 years old as of March 2022. You can pick him out from his other Dutch friends by the large black dot on the center right of his back.
Pretty Aria is one of 45 rabbits rescued from a local horse stable. She is approximately 9 years old as of November 2021. She is always curious to see what you are up to, and will come up to you to say hello.
This sweetheart is one of 14 baby girls rescued from a local horse stable in November 2012. She is approximately 9 years old as of November 2021, and she can be recognized by her white speckled back the white streak on her left ear.
She was one of 45 rabbits rescued from a local horse stable. She is approximately 10 years old as of March 2022. She is always interested in greeting anyone willing to say 'hello'. She can be found hanging around her friend Aria.
This handsome boy has been living at BunnyLuv since July 2012. He is approximately 10 years old as of November 2021. He is a little shy, but is looking for a family willing to spend some time getting to know him and make him feel comfortable. He is not shy about bossing other rabbits around though.
She is one of 5 baby Dutch girls pulled from a local horse stable in November 2012. She is approximately 9 years old as of November 2021 and can be identified by the large black mark on the left-side of her mouth. She is currently dealing with head-tilt.