There are many ways you can help rabbits, even if you can't
We have some of our own
going on that you might like to
participate in (mostly letter-writing, getting the word out).
There are several email groups
get involved with letter-writing campaigns and other activities that
actually produce results in some cases. The
group is a
good example of this kind of effort.
The Bunderground Railroad groups
's and Petbunny
are also listed, for transport efforts spanning the country in order
to get bunnies out of danger and into safety.
Another benefit to joining these groups is the exposure to some of the
most up-to-date information about rabbits and their care, and even
some debate over the better techniques (and some of the participants
are vets), so you can learn an enormous amount of good stuff about
taking care of your bunny. And it might just help you save a life
If you can write letters, sign
distribute flyers (links TBD), check up on local pet stores and other avenues in which bunnies
are exploited, or in any other way help out in the general cause of
bringing information to the public, then you can help.
You can help stop rabbit fur from being used in clothing and
accessories by ordering and distributing free posters and leaflets
What better way to help rabbits on an everyday basis than refuse to
buy or use products that have been splashed in their eyes or rubbed
on their delicate skin? As a consumer you have the power to help end
unnecessary testing! There are more animal friendly products in the
marketplace than ever before.
has a list of companies that do not test their products on animals, as well
as a list of companies that still test. Spreading the word about
cruelty-free companies to friends, family and coworkers will make an
even bigger impact!
Perhaps you could volunteer, even an hour a week, to help out the
local shelters by helping clean cages and socialize the poor bunnies
still waiting for homes. You could take up a collection of things
that most shelters almost always need, such as bleach, towels, toys,
etc (see each shelter's wishlist to get an idea of what they durrently
More info coming soon, this page is new and still under construction!!