New and Exciting things are happening at the
Now you can see needlessly topics posted on the website, keeping you informed of what's happening in the realm of rabbit medicine.
Allergic to your rabbits or their hay?
We now have three methods for allergy relief, all of which have proved helpful to various rabbit caretakers.
Be sure to check out the latest addition to our allergy arsenal!
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October Bunny of The Month
Carissa was a stray who sat on the porch of a family who had house-rabbits until they came and got her. She then came to us and produced 11 babies, one of whom was Colin.
Colin has something unique that his siblings don't have--he has a satin coat. It isn't obvious in the photo, but in life, he shines like satin.
He’s quite the friendly little fellow, and a delight to watch as he races and binkies around. He’ll make some little girl-bunny happy, and absolutely enchant his humans!
The Colorado House Rabbit Society is licensed by the National House Rabbit Society. We are a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization made up entirely of volunteers. There are no paid positions. Every penny of all donations goes to helping the rabbits. We have two purposes:
The Colorado House Rabbit Society offers affectionate, litter-trained, spayed or neutered rabbits for adoption. We also offer education about rabbits, through our extensive collection of on-line Articles, through books and DVDs found available for purchase on our on-line Gift Shop, such as our "Rabbit Packet", the "House Rabbit Handbook", and others - providing the best in up-to-date information on living with and caring for House Rabbits. Our free, fun, four-hour Tune-up Class is also available, teaching hands-on health and grooming information.
Visit Our Gift Shop! Many New Items! Order on-line anytime See these items and more in person at the Bunny Burrow gift shop, Sat. 10-2pm
(Other HRS chapters: contact us for profit-sharing proposals on clothing items.)
Visit our Loved and Missed section with tributes from our members. Send one of your own if you'd like.
We also offer a class to help people learn to handle their rabbits safely, to perform basic maintenance (clipping nails, cleaning scent pockets, etc.), and to catch problems before they become major. This class is free to anyone who has adopted a rabbit from any animal shelter. For dates when classes will be held and to schedule your place, go to
Bunny Tune-Up Class.
House Rabbit Society is a non-profit rescue and education group. We welcome your feedback and very much appreciate your donations of any kind. Please join, volunteer, and/or donate today!
St. Paws thrift store--All profits go to organizations
engaged in protecting, sheltering, and caring for
abandoned, neglected and abused animals.