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 email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 email@example.com.
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. 49 - 72 of 86 Total. 1566 Visits.
49 This is Hopscotch, a spayed female, young, black and white rabbit recently rescued from the Sacramento County Animal Shelter where she was at risk for being euthanized.
Hopscotch is in foster care and is available for adoption.
Intake Date: 3/1/13
50 Hopscotch has beautiful black and white markings. Even though she is young, there seems to be a certain calmness about her.
51 However, Hopscotch still knows how to PLAY!!! She is very entertaining to watch as she explores and tosses around her toys.
52 Hopscotch seems to be a very easy going rabbit and gets along with everyone.
53 SEE A VIDEO ABOUT HOPSCOTCH'S QUEST FOR A FRIEND ON YOU TUBE!
54 Bethany is an adorable female bunny, born around the end of February, 2013. She loves to play and is a curious little girl.
Bethany is currently in foster care and will be available for adoption the beginning of June after she has been spayed.
Rescue date: 3/17/2013
55 Bethany has the prettiest markings (to match her sweet personality.)
56 Bethany loves to roam the house and see what is happening.
57 Time for a little rest. Bethany is a baby, after all!
58 Irish is playful, neutered male rabbit. He is an older rabbit. He is very sweet and cuddly.
Irish is in foster care and is available for adoption.
Rescue Date: 7/6/12
59 Irish is very curious.
"Hey! What's this??"
60 Doesn't Irish have handsome markings?
61 This is Dot, born around mid March.
She was rescued from the Sacramento County Animal shelter with her sister, Dippin'.
Rescue Date: 5/17/13
62 Here is another picture of Dot.
She has beautiful caramel and white markings.
63 This is Dippin', Dot's sister. She has black markings on a white background.
Notice what appears to be a cute "beauty mark" on the left side of her face.
Rescue Date: 5/17/13
64 Dippin' and Dot would love to be adopted together.
They are very playful and curious and will keep you entertained with their antics.
65 Here are April and May, enjoying a beautiful spring day.
April and May are bonded so they need to be adopted together.
66 This is April, a brown female lop mix rabbit born about late February or early March. She was part of the Rubbermaid Rabbit rescue.
A pedestrian in Elk Grove noticed a Rubbermaid bin, opened it, and found 20+ baby rabbits. They were dehydrated and filthy but all survived.
April is currently in foster care and is available for adoption.
Rescue date: 4/20/12
67 Here is a more recent picture of April.
What a cutie!
68 Here is a more recent picture of May.
69 Meet Logan and Lucy, a bonded set of rabbits seeking their forever home.
Their owner developed a severe allergy so she had to give them to a friend to foster until they find new homes.
70 Logan is the white neutered male and Lucy is the brownish spayed female.
Logan is the "meet and greet" guy of the pair and is quite sociable. He loves to lick people. He is quite curious and entertaining.
71 Lucy is more reserved. She did not get much socialization during her first year and is slow to warm to people and other animals. However, once she develops trust she is very sweet.
72 Lucy tends to defer to Logan. They are a very sweet pair and need to be adopted together.