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Welcome to the
House Rabbit Society


Washington State Chapter

House Rabbit Society is a national, nonprofit animal welfare organization based in Alameda, California. Our mission has two parts: Through our fostering program, volunteers rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent adoptive homes for them; through education, we seek to reduce the number of unwanted rabbits -- and to improve bunnies' lives -- by helping people better understand these often misunderstood companion animals.

Since HRS was founded in 1988, thousands of rabbits have been rescued through our foster homes across the
United States. Most of these bunnies had run out of time at animal shelters and were scheduled for euthanasia; others had been deemed unadoptable because of age, health, or disposition. Because there is no time limit on our rescued rabbits, HRS foster parents are able to spend time getting to know each individual bunny and can then match him or her with an appropriate home. We neuter/spay all incoming rabbits, obtain any necessary veterinary care, and attend to their social needs.

In caring for so many diverse bunnies, our volunteer organization has learned a tremendous amount about their social, behavioral, and medical requirements. By sharing the collected information these rabbits have taught us, we are able to help other people improve their relationships with their rabbits. HRS provides educational materials to veterinarians and humane societies and helps individual rabbit people solve behavior and health problems, through our web sites, quarterly publications, phone consultation and local workshops.

Contact us at: Best Little Rabbit, Rodent & Ferret House 14317 Lake City Way Seattle WA 98125 206-365-9105































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