3839 Bradshaw Rd. Sacramento, CA (916)875-5232 http://www.acr.saccounty.net *Note: There are usually more rabbits at the shelter than currently pictured here.
THIS SHELTER IS OFTEN OVER FILLED WITH RABBITS. PLEASE DON'T DUMP YOUR RABBIT AS IT MAY END UP EUTHANIZED (KILLED)!!!!
Read below what FUR can do to help you find a new home for your unwanted rabbit.
BEFORE DUMPING A RABBIT at a shelter where it may be euthanized, consider emailing a picture and description of the rabbit to email@example.com. The Friends of Unwanted Rabbits (FUR) will place the rabbit's picture on their website, www.teamfur.org, along with your contact information. Anyone interested in adopting the rabbit will contact you directly. People looking for rabbits are familiar with the FUR website. Your rabbit will get more exposure and will have a better chance at being adopted as opposed to dying at a shelter due to a lack of space. For more information call the FUR message line 916-710-0105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rabbits make wonderful indoor pets and are easily litter box trained. They are very social. Rabbits are very sensitive to heat and cannot be outdoors if it is over 80 degrees. Call FUR at 916-710-0105 and leave a message for a volunteer to call you and answer your rabbit care related questions.
If you are interested in volunteering to work with the rabbits call 916-710-0105 and leave a message.
1 - 12 of 12 Total. 1220 Visits.
1 Speckles, a spayed young female, featured in the Sacramento County Animal Shelter lobby.
Very friendly - great rabbit!
2 Speckles' abode.
3 Unnamed young (less than six months) male rabbit, white with great black markings.
4 Incredibly friendly with people and other rabbits. Appears to be litter box trained.
5 Very easy going. Great rabbit for a first time rabbit owner.
6 Unnamed Jersey Wooley mix, female spayed, estimated six years old, just wants to chill.
7 She could use a trip to the hair salon but her fur seems it could be well maintained with brushings once or twice a week.
8 She is in the shelter with three young whippersnappers.
All she wants to do is relax...
9 She likes to hang out in her box.
10 Unnamed female dwarf Hotot.
Very friendly and appears to be litter box trained.