If you enjoyed seeing our adorable bunnies or got some helpful
information from our site, please consider donating a buck for
the bunnies, a deuce for the darlings, a fin for the fuzzballs,
a sawbuck for the softies, or any amount you wish.
It may not seem like much to you, but it means the world to our
buns, who sometimes need
(you may donate to sponsor one or more of our bunnies that need help with specific medical conditions)
3 Bunnies Rabbit Rescue, Inc. is an all volunteer non-profit
organization dependent on donations to help us rescue unwanted
domestic rabbits and educate the public on rabbit care. We are a network of
foster homes located in New England and New York.
3 BUNNIES ADOPTS TO INDOOR HOMES ONLY!!
Adoption donations: (to help with spay/neuter and other expenses)
Online adoption application
The primary goals of 3 Bunnies are:
To rescue abandoned,
unwanted, and abused rabbits without prejudice to age, gender, breed,
type, or other issues; to provide foster care; to spay and neuter; to
provide medical and rehabilitative care; to find permanent quality
indoor homes for them;
To educate the public and assist humane societies, animal control
officers, and other rescues, in teaching proper rabbit care to the
To reduce, primarily by public education, the number of rabbits
abandoned at shelters and / or turned loose when no longer wanted.
3 Bunnies Rabbit Rescue, Inc
P.O. Box 380605
East Hartford, CT 06138-0605
Daves's Soda & Pet City
Come visit Dave's Soda & Pet City
151 Springfield St
Agawam, MA 01001
Dave's graciously helps promote rabbit adoption by supporting 3
Bunnies Rabbit Rescue, Inc.'s efforts to save rabbits in need and
find them loving adoptive indoor homes.
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This ever so sweet and gentle 7yr old grey with white Dwarf mix
(approx 4lbs) has lived a sad life, but despite this he is a LOVE!
Major was surrendered to a local shelter because his people could no
longer care for him. He lived his life in a small metal cage, with no
toys or hay.
It was clear that something was wrong, as his eyes were watery and he
cringed when you touched his cheeks. An emergency vet visit showed his
molars had spurs sticking into his cheeks. The spurs were removed and
he was placed on antibiotics for his inner cheek wounds. Fluids were
given and a full check up done. Also noted were his incisors uneven,
but the vet felt this was caused by prolonged chewing at the wire cage
Back at his foster home, Major Tom slowly started to eat and gain some
weight. He will be going for a follow up dental check, and evaluation
for his neuter (his neuter will be more involved than normal)
Hi everyone! Major Tom here. Im having so much fun now. Im eating
yummy hay, and I love baby carrots. I get a big kick out of
rearranging my blankets, then peeking out from my hidey box. I have
very good littrbox habits, and do not mind being held, and look
forward to lots of face kisses. What can I say.........I'm just a
great little guy!
Thanks for reading!!
Sponsor Major Tom