"Forever in Our Care" means that this bun is a permanent foster bunny who is not available for adoption, but you can sponsor her care. Rocket came to us through the Adams County SPCA. She is a very active bunny; she's also small, at only 3.5 lbs. ...
Ivy was obtained by a group in Lancaster, PA that handles emergencies with animals, but they don't have their own shelter. Ivy gave birth to a litter on February. 22, and we took them all. Ivy is a very relaxed bunny. We estimates she was born around Marc...
The landlord said Frankie had to go, and the owner couldn't find anyone she knew to take her. She was surrendered to us instead. She was nervous when she 1st got to the shelter, but she has calmed down is more curious and active now. Born around Ap...
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Hazel and Fiver are 2 bunnies that really prove animal rescue is worth it. When they arrived at the BUNgalow, they were skinny, terrified, and caked in dirt and filth. They had been found in a dumpster as babies, and it's doubtful they ever received any kind of care - clean water, a rest from predators, a warm place to sleep. BunnyPeople volunteers leapt into action and got Hazel and Fiver sett...
"Forever in Our Care" means that this bun is in permanent foster care with BunnyPeople. Maka is a low-vision bunny who was being terrorized by both a toddler and a dog before she was surrendered. She has cataracts on both eyes, so she has positional blindness -- meaning she can see bright lights and movement, but not things that are faint or up close. Although she is not available for adoption,...
"Forever in Our Care" means that this is 1 of our permanent foster bunnies. Anastasia arrived at the BUNgalow in April 2018 after being rescued from a hoarding situation with 2 other bunnies. 2 of the females from that rescue were named after t...
"Forever in Our Care" means that Byron is 1 of BunnyPeople's permanent foster bunnies, and he is not available for adoption. But you can sponsor some of his care using the "Donate to This Rescue" link at the bottom of his page. Byron is a bun with significant health issues. He had a rear leg amputated in 2017, and his front right leg is splayed. His family surrendered him because he had an absc...
Ivy was obtained by a Lancaster, PA group that helps care for animals during emergencies, but they don't have their own shelter. When Ivy had a litter on February. 22, they asked us to take all of them. Ivy is a very calm bunny who relaxes easily in her cage. We estimate she was born around April, 2018.
Julie was captured at an outdoor colony and was born around June 2018. She was brought into our rescue and is successfully adapting to indoor life. Julie is a precious, mellow kitten who loves to be pet and to nap near someone. She is playful at times, and string is currently her favorite type of toy. She also enjoys looking out windows to see the world- especially birds and bunnies! She is com...
Hazel and Fiver are 2 bunnies that really prove animal rescue is worth it. When they arrived at the BUNgalow, they were skinny, terrified, and caked in dirt and filth. They had been found in a dumpster as babies, and it's doubtful they ever receive...