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. 1 - 24 of 75 Total. 1523 Visits.
1 This is Digby and Tallie. They run free in the house, and are completely litter box trained. The smaller one is Tallie, who is a 3-4 pound Polish Dwarf and she's been spayed. Digby is the larger Harlequin mix with the cutest floppy ear and he has been neutered. They have wonderful temperaments and are completely bonded to each other. These darling rabbits are in need of a home quickly. Due to unfortunate circumstances the previous owner wasn't able to keep these two sweet bunnies. They are in need of a home together ASAP! Won't you open up your heart and home ?
2 Tallie is a darling dwarf rabbit. She weighs only 3 pounds!
3 Tallie and Digby are best bunny friends.
4 They like to cuddle and groom each other.
5 Oddball is a very hilarious black and white rabbit who has recovered from a broken elbow.
Oddball is at the Pestmart on Iron Point in Folsom.
Rescue Date: March 2013
6 Oddball is a larger neutered male black and white rabbit who loves to explore.
The foster reports many escapades where Oddball leaps around the room, ending in a dramatic flop to contemplate his latest adventure.
7 Oddball needs much interaction and would enjoy being part of an active household.
8 Meet Brody, aka Brodalicious. He and his brother Buster were born at the Sacramento County Shelter. This is a picture of Brody when he was about four months old.
Brody is at the Petsmart on East Bidwell in Folsom.
Rescue Date: 12/15/12
9 This is a current picture of Brody. He has handsome dark eyes and nose.
Brody is very affectionate.
10 Brody, aka Brodalicious, is a very curious rabbit.
There is no tube (or new adventure) he would ever pass up!
11 Here he is, OFF to another adventure!!!
12 Here is Brody, contemplating what might be beyond the confines of the exercise pen at the Petsmart on East Bidwell.
Brody WANTS YOU!!!
13 This is Buttons. He is a dwarf neutred male lionhead who weighs less than three pounds.
Buttons is at the Petsmart on East Bidwell and is available for adoption.
Rescue Date: 5/1/13
14 In foster care Buttons LOVED to play with the foster's dog through the exercise pen.
Buttons is very curious and always needs to know what is going on.
15 What a handsome guy!
16 Here I am! I am Angel, a very easy going, female, spayed, fun rabbit.
Rescue date: 4/15/13
17 She is on the larger size with fantastic ears to match!
18 What a sweetheart!
19 This is Honey, a very sweet female spayed rabbit.
She is very social and seeks out interaction with people.
Honey is at the Petsmart on Iron Point.
Rescue Date: 4/18/13
20 Honey is small and is probably a dwarf mix.
21 Honey likes to explore.
22 Honey is a really snuggler!
23 This is Starbright, a beautiful spayed female, black rabbit with white dots on the tip of her nose and on the tips of her toes.
Rescue date: 2/25/13
24 Starlight, Starbright A sweet young bun with a nose of white.
I wish I may, I wish I might I wish that I would Find a home tonight!