On April 10th, Springfield Humane Society in VT, took in 27 dwarf rabbits from an elderly man who quickly became overwhelmed with these multiplying critters (a story heard all too often, unfortunately – Rabbits NEED to be spayed and neutered). House Rabbit Network was contacted to see if we could help with the situation. By that weekend, we had pulled in 8 and a kind soul in NH pulled in 5 more for us until we can find room in our foster homes. With the recent rescues in Winchendon, MA, the ongoing rescue in Plymouth, MA and now this one, we really need adoptions and donations. If you can help in anyway, please contact us at info@rabbitnetwork.org or call our Hotline at 781.431.1211 or make a donation via Paypal on our website here: http://www.rabbitnetwork.org/newshop.shtml#membership
All of our rabbits are litter box trained, spayed and neutered and socialized before adoption. Rabbits make wonderful indoor pets. If you’d like to read more about what owning a rabbit is like, please click here: Bunny Basics www.rabbitnetwork.org/articles/basics.shtml