Celebrities Support International Rabbit Day

Excellent article about people stepping up to fight for animal equality, starting with a ban on cosmetic testing. This practice is inhumane, extremely painful and illegal in many countries. Hopefully articles like this will begin to generate enough awareness that the US will stop this horrific practice.  Please take a minute to read and sign the pledge to be cruelty free!!!

 

http://www.humanesociety.org/news/press_releases/2013/09/lewis-yeoman-bcf-photo-campaign-092613.html

 

 

 

 

Your Healthy Happy Bunny

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Little Truman is a happy, active boy, available for adoption through San Diego House Rabbit Society.

Here’s a great article on rabbit care and diet from a couple years ago.

http://sandiegopetsmagazine.com/view/full_story/12473358/article-Your-Healthy–Happy-Bunny?

Adoptions – 9/8/2013

This past Sunday was once again another success at the SDHRS Adoption Center! Five lucky bunnies found their forever home!!!  A big thank you to all the foster parents who gave each bunny a loving place to stay while they waited to be adopted. We couldn’t be happier for these families!

Pretty girl, Lola, was reunited with her friend, Brick (now named Angus) who she used to accompany at education events.  She’s so happy to have a new home with adopters Katie and Todd.

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Brooks & Toby found a great new home with the Balmaceda Family!  They were so excited to take home their new bunny companions and we wish them many happy years together.

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The Barrera family looked and looked until they found the perfect bunny for their family.  Sweet boy, Rowdy, was the lucky bunny who went home with them.

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Jacob is a darling boy whose found a new best friend in Ryleigh.  He loves his new home and has fun exploring his big room.

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Bunnies: Much more than an Easter toy!

Looking around at all the parks and beaches with dog friendly signs, as well as the overly packed shelters, it is evident to see most animal attention is given to the rescue of dogs and cats. In this video, our very own SDHRS chapter manager, Judith Pierce, briefly talks about the importance of rabbit rescue and care as well as the vital role the SDHRS plays in our local community.