Help Rescued Bunnies By Sending Supplies
International Rabbit Day is the fourth Saturday in September and is a day about caring for wild and domestic rabbits.
Rabbits form close bonds with humans and just want to be loved. But every year countless bunnies are abandoned at animal shelters due to no fault of their own. They are discarded like old toys when people no longer want to care for them.
Animal rescues do their best to comfort and care for rescued bunnies, but need help.
Watch the video to see how we’re helping. For a limited time, if you complete all the steps, we’ll double the value of your click at The Animal Rescue Site, providing even more food to shelter pets.
how we’re helping…
an easy question…
how you can do more…
1 Watch the video
2 Rabbits are the third most surrendered pet to animal shelters.
3 More help is needed
Rabbits are often overlooked when it comes to assistance in animal shelters.
But you can help by purchasing a kit filled with supplies to comfort and care for the rescued bunnies.
Bowls, chew toys, brushes, and a special hiding spot will help the rabbits feel safe until their forever homes are found.
Help us spread some love to rescued bunnies.
While your completion of these three steps has helped provide food to shelter pets, please consider purchasing a Bunny Care Kit.
Mini Bunny Kit - This pack of items includes a ceramic bowl to hold food or water. You'll also send a small pack of pet chew toys to give the bunnies something safe to nibble on and play with. Did you know a rabbit's teeth never stop growing?! Chewing on these fun toys helps keep teeth shorter.
Mega Bunny Kit - This deluxe package of goodies includes a litter box and litter scoop to keep a rabbit's living area clean. You'll also send small nail clippers to keep the bunny healthy and nails short. A brush is also included to help the rabbits stay perfectly groomed and look their best as they are adopted - or if they are wild bunnies, released back into nature.
Ultimate Bunny Kit - This kit includes EVERYTHING mentioned in the mega and mini bunny kits PLUS two more helpful items. A chew proof water bottle is ideal since bunnies love to chew, but sometimes it's unhealthy or unsafe to chew on certain things. With this kit you'll also send a pet hut hideout, which provides a safe space for the bunny to crawl into - maybe take a nap, but ultimately provides a sense of security for the rabbit. This is a huge asset to organizations that help rescue these fluffy friends. Moving a rabbit, or saving one from a harmful situation can be very stressful for the animal. Providing a sense of security can help calm and relax the rabbit and make the rescue easier and more pleasant for everyone.
You will not receive a shipment from this purchase. We will facilitate the donation directly with qualifying organizations on your behalf.
* Monthly gifts are processed through our Animal Rescue Site store