​​​We are always in need of caring foster homes.  Please consider taking in a foster bunny. You'll be glad you did! 

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*** THE Rabbit Resource, Inc. is a fully licensed chapter of the House Rabbit Society (HRS), and has been in existence for 20 years. HRS policies and protocols are followed, and we embrace the philosophy that every rabbit deserves a loving, indoor home. We are proud of the collaborative relationships we have built over the years with the following shelter programs: Erie County SPCA, Lollypop Farms of Rochester, Cortland SPCA, Tompkins County SPCA, Springfarm CARES, Stevens-Swan Humane Society, Scotia APF, Saratoga Shelter, Ulster County SPCA, Warwick SPCA, and Humane Society of Port Jervis/Deerpark. We prioritize the rescue of strays, and work with abused and neglected rabbits, as well as those with emotional or medical needs identified by these shelters. We wish to clarify that we have no affiliation whatsoever with Annie Laurie Hunter of Syracuse, NY. Any inquiries should be directed to the Executive Director of CNYSPCA, Syracuse. (315) 454-4479, ext. 100.


Plus receive a FREE calendar if you donate $50.00 or more!!

Click on the large picture to see that bunny's profile.

These are only a few of our rescues who need homes. Visit "Available Rabbits" to see them all!

Make a donation in memory of Petal and have your funds matched up to $500.00!

If you'd like to make a donation, thank you! You are helping our rescued bunnies!

T.H.E. Rabbit Resource

 Rescue ~ Fostering ~ Education ~ Adoption

 A New York State Chapter of the House Rabbit Society

T.H.E. Rabbit Resource is a non-profit, all volunteer rescue organization devoted to rescuing and rehabilitating homeless rabbits and providing education on house rabbit care to the general public. While supplies last, we are thanking individuals who donate $50 or more with a gorgeous rabbit rescue calendar that typically retails for apx. $16 plus shipping. Please consider making a donation to help us further our work that is reflected in the numbers of rabbits rescued as strays, from neglect, and from euthanasia. We couldn’t do this work without your continued support.