The Friends Of Unwanted Rabbits (FUR) is run by volunteers who rescue rabbits from the Sacramento County Animal Care & Regulation. FUR is supported by the non-profit affiliate of Sacramento County Animal Care & Regulation, Teaching Everyone Animals Matter (TEAM). All rabbits are spayed/neutered, litter box trained, and socialized before being housed at Petsmart Adoption Centers. Rabbits are adopted to carefully screened indoor homes by FUR volunteers.
Adoptable rabbits can be seen at Petsmarts located at: 2375 Iron Point Road, Folsom, CA 2705 East Bidwell Street, Folsom, CA
Rabbits in foster care are also available for adoption, unless otherwise noted.
ADOPTIONS ARE MADE BY APPOINTMENT. Please call us at 916-710-0105 to schedule an appointment or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MESSAGING: When calling our message line please speak your name and phone number slowly & repeat it. You can expect a response within 48 hours but please be patient as we are volunteers. NOTE: When using a cell phone inside of Petsmart to call our message line often the phone cuts out so we are not able to understand phone numbers or names. Please go outside to make your calls. Also ADULTS ONLY should call. Often when a child calls it is difficult to understand the phone number or the child simply forgets to leave the phone number. This is a message line only. If you do not receive a call back please email us at email@example.com. We are volunteers, please be patient and know that our goal is to find the rabbits forever loving homes.
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED! Foster homes are needed to provide temporary housing for rabbits rescued from the shelter. Save a rabbit's life -become a foster! If you are interested in volunteering please call 916-710-0105 and leave a message.
The shelter is often full with rabbits. If you have an unwanted rabbit we will place a picture along with a description on our website under our Private Party Adoptable Album to bring more exposure that you need to find a new home for your rabbit. Email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHECK OUT THE ADORABLE RABBITS available for adoption at the Sacramento County Animal Care & Regulation on Bradshaw Road. The shelter needs to get these darling rabbits adopted to new homes ASAP as they do not have room to house more than six rabbits. Please visit the shelter today. To view pictures scroll to the top of this page and click on the drop down arrow and select Sacramento County Shelter Rabbits. NOTE: The Sacramento County Animal Care & Regulation, located at 3839 Bradshaw Road, is open the Wed. thru Sunday for adoptions.
Check out our new website at http://teamfur.org.
Rabbit Information and Care Resources: http://www.morfz.com http://www.rabbit.org or www.bunnybunch.com
Date(s): August 26, 2004. Album by Friends of Unwanted Rabbits. 25 - 48 of 79 Total. 2183 Visits.
25 Bandit came into the shelter on July 31 and was a little scared so I did not want to take him out of the cage for a photo shoot. He has since warmed up and is very friendly. His right ear is dappled with brown.
He was rescued by FUR in October and we named him Bandit. He is currently in foster care and is available for adoption.
RESCUE DATE: 10/20/12 Shelter Animal No: A578114
26 Bandit was recently neutered and one of our fosters took him home for his recovery. She did not want to bring him back!!!
Bandit is such a sweet rabbit. He is very calm and seeks out attention.
27 He liked the foster's great big dog.
His fur is very soft and he has great markings. His ears are amazing!
28 Like many rabbits, Bandit loves shoes.
29 This is Gypsy Rose, a young female rabbit found abandoned outside a Walmart. She is currently at the Petsmart in Folsom on Iron Point Road.
Rescue Date: 6/15/13
30 Gypsy Rose is very friendly and has soft, brown eyes. She loves to be pet and is very easy to handle.
She was probably born sometime in March.
31 Gypsy Rose is super playful! She is a ball of energy.
32 Yum, Yum! Fresh greens!!!
33 Here are Grayson and Zoey, a bonded set of rabbits who are litter box trained and very friendly.
Rescue Date: 5/30/13
34 Grayson is quite a gentleman, with handsome grey fur and one white paw.
35 Grayson is a beautiful Blue Beveren.
36 Grayson has white on the tip of his left foot; so cute.
37 Zoey is a sweet dwarf rabbit with very blue eyes.
38 See Grayson and Zoey's video on YouTube at http://youtu.be/URH-Vz4saXU
39 Sweetie is a playful bunny girl. She is on the small side. She is super playful. Sweetie is currently at the Petsmart in Folsom on East Bidwell.
40 Sweetie is a binky expert!
41 Meet Maisy, a darling dwarf, spayed rabbit who loves to hop around with her toy carrot in her mouth.
Rescue date: 6/22/13
42 Maisy loves to hide in her box.
43 Maisy is a simply adorable dwarf female rabbit. She's a tiny girl with a big personality. Maisy LOVES attention.
Maisy is in foster care and is available for adoption.
44 Maisy is a real cutie and would love to have a new home with a bunny boyfriend.
45 Here are Blossom's four babies. Their eyes opened over Memorial Day weekend!
46 Meet Blossom, the babies' mama, a beautiful brown Beveren.
Rescue Date: 5/15/13
47 Introducing Hershey, Cocoa, Godiva, and Truffle!
They were born to mama Blossom in mid May and will be available for adoption in August.
48 The other three babies are the color of chocolate!
Like all babies, they LOVE to snuggle! Here are two of the chocolate babies.