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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)
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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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was adopted on February 18, 2006 by the
was adopted March 25, 2006 by the
Hi peoples, I'm Mia
(the white and brown Agouti),
and this is by brother Christopher
(the all brown Agouti)
- we're 12-week-old mixed French Lop bunnies.
We've never had a family, except for my mama and dada and my
littermates. We were all brought to a shelter shortly after I was
born. I guess our humans just didn't like bunnies. I don't know why
- I personally love bunnies, I love my whole family, and I love
I'm just a baby, and I'm very playful and affectionate, and I even
tolerate being held (you just have to be really gentle, please,
because I'm very fragile, like all bunnies). I love running around
kicking up my feet (they say I'm learning how to binky - I guess I
haven't quite got it yet, but I will). Sometimes I kick up my heels
in the litterbox and send hay all over the place. It's a lot of fun
(for me, the human has other things to say about it). And I'm always
anxious for attention. The people here say I'm a good bonding
candidate (I don't know if I like the sound of that - I think it means
they want to glue me to another bunny!!).
My brother Christopher
loves seeing how fast he can run (he's
pretty fast, too), but then he takes time out to hop in his cardboard
box - and then you know what he does? I'll tell you what he does - he
stands up on his hind legs to scope out the whole scene. He's also
getting really good at doing bunny flops, which makes me jealous. I'm
also kind of jealous of his giant floppy lop ears!
Christopher and I are siblings, but we aren't a bonded pair yet, so we
won't mind being adopted one by one. Both of us are good bonding
candidates for other bunnies, if you have a bunny that needs some
So what do you say? You want to take one of us home?
Thanks for reading!!
Mia and Christopher