This holiday season, we're thankful for loyal supporters like you!
This holiday season, when you donate to help the bunnies, your generous gift will go twice as far! Thanks to a longtime friend of San Diego House Rabbit Society (SDHRS) all donations made before January 1, 2020, up to $5000, will be matched!

Look below to see some of the rabbits that with your help, SDHRS was able to help find their forever homes and/or get them the medical care they needed.
Rescued on October 5, 2019
Status: Adopted on November 5, 2019
Coco's original family was no longer able to care for her so she found her way to SDHRS. Coco has lower back and hip issues which causer her to not be able to hop very well. A loving family saw her and fell in love and took her home to bond with their rabbit.
Rescued on December 6, 2019
Status: Medical Hold
Talia was found in a backyard and was brought in as a stray and brought into SDHS on November 19, 2019. She has been battling an infection in her chest. Talia is currently on medical hold at SDHRS to see if we can help her get her lungs clear. Once Talia gets a clean bill of health from our veterinarian, she will be available for adoption.
Rescued on February 4, 2015
Adopted on January 9, 2016
Rescued again on June 27, 2019
Status: SDHRS Sanctuary
Jasmine came in with her babies from AFV Shelter in 2015. She was adopted out on January 9, 2016 with her daughter Harmony. On June 27, 2019, SDHRS got a call from a vet in Ramona to say that they found a bunny with a microchip that belongs to SDHRS. Jasmine was found in someone's driveway with injuries. They brought her to the vet clinic to see what they could do. SDHRS collected Jasmine and rushed her to Palomar Animal Hospital where she was diagnosed with lumps in her chest and side and an eye injury. Since then, Jasmine has had two surgeries and is getting a lot of attention from her foster family.

Due to Jasmine's medical condition, she has a forever home with SDHRS.
Lil Chewy
Rescued on November 17, 2019
Status: Available for Adoption

Lil Chewy was rescued from Department of Animal Services - North. When he arrived at SDHRS, our staff discovered a lump behind one of his ears. a tick on his body and a maggot on his eyelid. We rushed him to Pet Emergency and Specialty Center where they performed surgery on him to remove the maggot from his eye lid AND another maggot from behind his ear.

Lil Chewy is now available for adoption and looking for his forever home.

Your Gift Doubles to Save the Lives of Homeless Bunnies
Your donation today will be matched to provide twice the nourishing, safe shelter, and lifesaving medical care for homeless and neglected bunnies in the San Diego and southwest Riverside community! Give generously now to make twice the impact!
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San Diego House Rabbit Society
4807 Mercury Street, Suite A
San Diego, CA 92111