Rocky Mountain House Rabbit Rescue

Rocky Mountain House Rabbit Rescue We are a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization made up entirely of volunteers and rescued rabbits available for adoption only. 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 rescue and rehabilitate homeless, abandoned house rabbits. Affectionate, litter-trained, spayed or neutered rabbits are then available for adoption. We also provide education about rabbits.

Operating as usual

🧡🧡COURTESY POST🧡🧡 This is  Oreo, he’s just under two years old and available as a private adoption (not through RMHRR). ...
09/12/2021

🧡🧡COURTESY POST🧡🧡 This is Oreo, he’s just under two years old and available as a private adoption (not through RMHRR). He isn’t neutered yet and he’s still practicing his litter box skills (neutering could help that a lot!). He’s a sweet and handsome boy who’s looking for his forever home! 💗 Contact Candace at 970.580.3165

🧡🧡COURTESY POST🧡🧡 This is Oreo, he’s just under two years old and available as a private adoption (not through RMHRR). He isn’t neutered yet and he’s still practicing his litter box skills (neutering could help that a lot!). He’s a sweet and handsome boy who’s looking for his forever home! 💗 Contact Candace at 970.580.3165

Samwise here reminding everyone that the gift shop is open today (Saturday) until 2 PM! Get hay,food, toys, treats, and ...
09/11/2021

Samwise here reminding everyone that the gift shop is open today (Saturday) until 2 PM! Get hay,
food, toys, treats, and more! Remember it’s at the new shelter 984 County Rd 7 in Erie! 🐰

Samwise here reminding everyone that the gift shop is open today (Saturday) until 2 PM! Get hay,
food, toys, treats, and more! Remember it’s at the new shelter 984 County Rd 7 in Erie! 🐰

Charlie demonstrating the “I eat salad on my Hop & Flop” method. 🤣 Thank you @hopnflopshop! 😍
09/09/2021

Charlie demonstrating the “I eat salad on my Hop & Flop” method. 🤣 Thank you @hopnflopshop! 😍

Charlie demonstrating the “I eat salad on my Hop & Flop” method. 🤣 Thank you @hopnflopshop! 😍

Cinnabun is enjoying her @hopnflopshop bed! She’s demonstrating the half on/half off method. 😂 Thank you so much for the...
09/04/2021

Cinnabun is enjoying her @hopnflopshop bed! She’s demonstrating the half on/half off method. 😂 Thank you so much for the donation @hopnflopshop !! The bunns are loving these soft & snuggly beds. 🐰💚

Cinnabun is enjoying her @hopnflopshop bed! She’s demonstrating the half on/half off method. 😂 Thank you so much for the donation @hopnflopshop !! The bunns are loving these soft & snuggly beds. 🐰💚

From Bernice and Tormey's vacation family: "These buns love to explore. They are so chill and well behaved. I hope they ...
09/04/2021

From Bernice and Tormey's vacation family: "These buns love to explore. They are so chill and well behaved. I hope they can find a home to completely take over!"

How can you possibly say no to these two? Adopt them now! 😻 Email [email protected] with any questions or go here https://www.rmhrr.org/adoption-process for an application.

From Bernice and Tormey's vacation family: "These buns love to explore. They are so chill and well behaved. I hope they can find a home to completely take over!"

How can you possibly say no to these two? Adopt them now! 😻 Email [email protected] with any questions or go here https://www.rmhrr.org/adoption-process for an application.

09/03/2021

One last reminder!

Our first Open House is tomorrow, Saturday, September 4th from 10 AM to 2 PM.

We're so excited for you to see our new place at 984 County Road 7 in Erie. AND the gift shop is now open for business - every Saturday - 10 AM to 2 PM.

BONUS The sales tax in Weld County is 2.9% unlike Broomfield where it was 8.15%. What does that mean? Increased buying power for you and your rabbits! Woo hoo!

We'll see you tomorrow!

Please Note: County Road 7 is closed at Highway 7/Baseline. An easy alternate route is go one block east to Palisade Pkwy (just west of Children's Hospital) and then go north. At the roundabout take 169th Ave west back to County Road 7. Go north to the new shelter!

09/03/2021

Previewing the gift shop grand re-opening.

Sorry everyone! The connection is so wonky out here! It’s a bit of a sneak peek at least!

Is this cute or what?! Help us raise money for RMHRR's new home!We’ve found a new home and are excited to share a new t-...
09/01/2021

Is this cute or what?! Help us raise money for RMHRR's new home!

We’ve found a new home and are excited to share a new t-shirt design to celebrate and help raise money for things we need to prepare the space for our bunnies!

Go here to purchase a shirt today https://www.bonfire.com/rocky-mountain-house-rabbit-rescue-shirts/

Is this cute or what?! Help us raise money for RMHRR's new home!

We’ve found a new home and are excited to share a new t-shirt design to celebrate and help raise money for things we need to prepare the space for our bunnies!

Go here to purchase a shirt today https://www.bonfire.com/rocky-mountain-house-rabbit-rescue-shirts/

*URGENT MESSAGE* We are in urgent need of bunny lovers who would be willing to open their homes to temporarily house bun...
08/31/2021

*URGENT MESSAGE* We are in urgent need of bunny lovers who would be willing to open their homes to temporarily house bunnies in need of quarantine.

A group of abandoned house rabbits was recently found trying to survive outside. Although RMHRR is currently limiting intakes, as we wait for our new shelter building to be ready, we couldn't leave these little survivors to that fate.

However . . . as our new shelter building is not yet ready, we do not have a quarantine space in which to house these bunnies!

If you are interested in opening your home to temporarily house one or more of these bunnies, please let us know RIGHT AWAY!!! We will provide all of the necessary training and supplies, if you will help us save their lives by provide loving care and a safe place to recover.

Email [email protected] for more information!

*URGENT MESSAGE* We are in urgent need of bunny lovers who would be willing to open their homes to temporarily house bunnies in need of quarantine.

A group of abandoned house rabbits was recently found trying to survive outside. Although RMHRR is currently limiting intakes, as we wait for our new shelter building to be ready, we couldn't leave these little survivors to that fate.

However . . . as our new shelter building is not yet ready, we do not have a quarantine space in which to house these bunnies!

If you are interested in opening your home to temporarily house one or more of these bunnies, please let us know RIGHT AWAY!!! We will provide all of the necessary training and supplies, if you will help us save their lives by provide loving care and a safe place to recover.

Email [email protected] for more information!

08/29/2021

One week until the gift shop re-opens! 🐰

The interwebs tell me it’s National Dog Day. Do your bunns have a dog? Or maybe they just think they’re a dog? 😂
08/26/2021

The interwebs tell me it’s National Dog Day. Do your bunns have a dog? Or maybe they just think they’re a dog? 😂

The interwebs tell me it’s National Dog Day. Do your bunns have a dog? Or maybe they just think they’re a dog? 😂

We have waited a long time to be able to announce this. We are beyond thrilled to tell all of you that the Rocky Mountai...
08/25/2021

We have waited a long time to be able to announce this. We are beyond thrilled to tell all of you that the Rocky Mountain House Rabbit Rescue has our own property! We are now located at 984 County Rd 7 in Erie.
Come check out the new building on Saturday, September 4th, from 10 AM to 2 PM. Our gift shop will also be re-opening on the 4th of September and will continue to be open on Saturdays from 10 AM to 2 PM from now on. Everyone is welcome to come visit our new site and do some shopping too.

We have waited a long time to be able to announce this. We are beyond thrilled to tell all of you that the Rocky Mountain House Rabbit Rescue has our own property! We are now located at 984 County Rd 7 in Erie.
Come check out the new building on Saturday, September 4th, from 10 AM to 2 PM. Our gift shop will also be re-opening on the 4th of September and will continue to be open on Saturdays from 10 AM to 2 PM from now on. Everyone is welcome to come visit our new site and do some shopping too.

**Courtesy Post** This adorable rabbit is available from a private party who rescued her. She believes she’s about 12 we...
08/16/2021

**Courtesy Post** This adorable rabbit is available from a private party who rescued her. She believes she’s about 12 weeks old and is very sweet. 🥰 Please contact Lissa Sue at [email protected] with any questions!

08/12/2021

We are ecstatic (THANK YOU SO MUCH) about being the recipient of The Well Kept Rabbit 3rd Quarter Donation prize! 😻 They sent us a pile of beds and some snack samples too. 🐰 We can’t wait to get these to some foster families as we await the closing of our new shelter. 🤞 We know that several of our bunn parents have already ordered these and LOVE them! 💗

Rabbit! Rabbit! Rabbit! 🐰🐰🐰 Happy August 1st! 💜
08/01/2021

Rabbit! Rabbit! Rabbit! 🐰🐰🐰 Happy August 1st! 💜

Rabbit! Rabbit! Rabbit! 🐰🐰🐰 Happy August 1st! 💜

Photos from Rocky Mountain House Rabbit Rescue's post
07/21/2021

Photos from Rocky Mountain House Rabbit Rescue's post

We need drivers to transport adoptable rabbits! We call them BunnRunners.Do you enjoy hanging out with bunnies, like to ...
07/19/2021

We need drivers to transport adoptable rabbits! We call them BunnRunners.

Do you enjoy hanging out with bunnies, like to drive and have some flexibility during the day? Then, you might want to consider becoming a RMHRR BunnRunner!

BunnRunners are needed to help with

1. transporting adoptable bunnies anytime there is a move that happens from one temporary foster home to another,

2. when bunnies are involved in adoptions/pairings,

3. and/or when a supply run is needed to homes where our bunnies are being fostered.

Currently we have two people doing BunRunning and especially now, WE NEED MORE!

If this is something you think you might enjoy doing or just want to know more information, please contact:

Danielle at [email protected] or
Susan at [email protected]

We need drivers to transport adoptable rabbits! We call them BunnRunners.

Do you enjoy hanging out with bunnies, like to drive and have some flexibility during the day? Then, you might want to consider becoming a RMHRR BunnRunner!

BunnRunners are needed to help with

1. transporting adoptable bunnies anytime there is a move that happens from one temporary foster home to another,

2. when bunnies are involved in adoptions/pairings,

3. and/or when a supply run is needed to homes where our bunnies are being fostered.

Currently we have two people doing BunRunning and especially now, WE NEED MORE!

If this is something you think you might enjoy doing or just want to know more information, please contact:

Danielle at [email protected] or
Susan at [email protected]

Reports are pouring in! Bunns are loving their new toys from today’s sale! This is Holland having a blast. 🥰
07/18/2021
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Reports are pouring in! Bunns are loving their new toys from today’s sale! This is Holland having a blast. 🥰

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Igor is enjoying a new treat from today’s Popup Sale! 🐰
07/17/2021

Igor is enjoying a new treat from today’s Popup Sale! 🐰

Igor is enjoying a new treat from today’s Popup Sale! 🐰

We still have some toys left! Broomfield Community Park until 2 PM. What a great day!
07/17/2021

We still have some toys left! Broomfield Community Park until 2 PM. What a great day!

We still have some toys left! Broomfield Community Park until 2 PM. What a great day!

07/17/2021

Christmas in July Popup Toy

07/17/2021

Christmas in July Popup Toy Sale! Right now until 2 pm. (Saturday July 17) Broomfield Community Park next to the tennis courts and the playground.

Davey (yes, Davey! 😻) here with a reminder: Christmas in July 🎄 Popup Toy Sale tomorrow- Saturday July 17 - 10 AM to 2 P...
07/16/2021

Davey (yes, Davey! 😻) here with a reminder: Christmas in July 🎄 Popup Toy Sale tomorrow- Saturday July 17 - 10 AM to 2 PM - Broomfield Community Park by the playground. 2nd and Main St.

Davey (yes, Davey! 😻) here with a reminder: Christmas in July 🎄 Popup Toy Sale tomorrow- Saturday July 17 - 10 AM to 2 PM - Broomfield Community Park by the playground. 2nd and Main St.

Our elves are busy making toys today for the Christmas in July Popup Sale! That’s Saturday July 17, 10 AM to 2 PM in the...
07/11/2021

Our elves are busy making toys today for the Christmas in July Popup Sale! That’s Saturday July 17, 10 AM to 2 PM in the Broomfield Community Park near the children’s playground at 2nd and Main. (West side of park)

Our elves are busy making toys today for the Christmas in July Popup Sale! That’s Saturday July 17, 10 AM to 2 PM in the Broomfield Community Park near the children’s playground at 2nd and Main. (West side of park)

07/11/2021

Toy Making Party for Christmas in July Pop Up Sale

Remember Takara? She’s living the life of a spoiled princess now. Of course that’s how she always planned it. 😂 Thanks t...
07/08/2021

Remember Takara? She’s living the life of a spoiled princess now. Of course that’s how she always planned it. 😂 Thanks to @angieologies for the pics!

We’re having a Christmas in July Pop Up Sale! We know you miss the gift shop and we do too! 💜 To tide you over, until we...
07/06/2021

We’re having a Christmas in July Pop Up Sale! We know you miss the gift shop and we do too! 💜 To tide you over, until we have a new location, we’re hosting a pop up sale on July 17! It will run from 10 AM to 2 PM at Broomfield Community Park, in the Community Shelter at 2nd and Main St. Stop by and say hello, catch up with us, and make your bunny happy with some new treats and toys! (Special thank you to Violet Stefanski, one of our young volunteers, for the artwork!)

We’re having a Christmas in July Pop Up Sale! We know you miss the gift shop and we do too! 💜 To tide you over, until we have a new location, we’re hosting a pop up sale on July 17! It will run from 10 AM to 2 PM at Broomfield Community Park, in the Community Shelter at 2nd and Main St. Stop by and say hello, catch up with us, and make your bunny happy with some new treats and toys! (Special thank you to Violet Stefanski, one of our young volunteers, for the artwork!)

Our wonderful friends at snuggiessweettreats donated all these gifts to our vacationing bunns! Thank you as always! 💜💜💜
07/05/2021

Our wonderful friends at snuggiessweettreats donated all these gifts to our vacationing bunns! Thank you as always! 💜💜💜

Our wonderful friends at snuggiessweettreats donated all these gifts to our vacationing bunns! Thank you as always! 💜💜💜

Rabbit! Rabbit! Rabbit! The countdown to our Christmas in July popup toy sale begins! Date:Saturday, July 17th  Time: 10...
07/01/2021

Rabbit! Rabbit! Rabbit! The countdown to our Christmas in July popup toy sale begins!
Date:Saturday, July 17th
Time: 10:00a.m. – 2:00p.m.
Location: Broomfield Community Park, in the Community Shelter, located at 2nd and Main St in Broomfield

Rabbit! Rabbit! Rabbit! The countdown to our Christmas in July popup toy sale begins!
Date:Saturday, July 17th
Time: 10:00a.m. – 2:00p.m.
Location: Broomfield Community Park, in the Community Shelter, located at 2nd and Main St in Broomfield

06/24/2021

One of our most popular posts of all time. 💚

Remember our old friend Cody? 😍 He wants a ride in his stroller! 🤣 He isn’t happy about having to wait for cooler weathe...
06/23/2021

Remember our old friend Cody? 😍 He wants a ride in his stroller! 🤣 He isn’t happy about having to wait for cooler weather. 😘

Remember our old friend Cody? 😍 He wants a ride in his stroller! 🤣 He isn’t happy about having to wait for cooler weather. 😘

Another one for the old timers.☺️ Remember Freya? She was at the shelter way too long because she refused to be paired w...
06/17/2021

Another one for the old timers.
☺️ Remember Freya? She was at the shelter way too long because she refused to be paired with another bunn. She finally went home with a cat. 😬 That’s Freya in the middle today. 🤣 Along with Sam, Theo, and Juno. (Unfortunately their friend Oliver passed away in April.) The other remarkable thing is their ages vary widely - from one yo and up! Before you ask, we have no idea how their mama bonded them. 😂 She just did. (Juno just had an abscess removed, hence the bald head.)

Another one for the old timers.
☺️ Remember Freya? She was at the shelter way too long because she refused to be paired with another bunn. She finally went home with a cat. 😬 That’s Freya in the middle today. 🤣 Along with Sam, Theo, and Juno. (Unfortunately their friend Oliver passed away in April.) The other remarkable thing is their ages vary widely - from one yo and up! Before you ask, we have no idea how their mama bonded them. 😂 She just did. (Juno just had an abscess removed, hence the bald head.)

💜Serious message💜 Did you know that 1 in 6 veterinarians consider su***de at some point in their career? And that their ...
06/15/2021

💜Serious message💜 Did you know that 1 in 6 veterinarians consider su***de at some point in their career? And that their rates of depression are double what the general public experiences? WeRateDogs and Not One More Vet, Inc, along with many other organizations, have developed the social media campaign #EarsToVets in an effort to help raise awareness regarding mental health issues and to thank our veterinarians. At the Rocky Mountain House Rabbit Rescue we salute our fabulous vets at Broomfield Veterinary Hospital! Please join us by posting your rabbits, and their ears, below in the comments! 🐰 (P.S. This is Sam, an RMHRR alumnus. We like to think he would sound like Winnie the Pooh if he could talk.)

💜Serious message💜 Did you know that 1 in 6 veterinarians consider su***de at some point in their career? And that their rates of depression are double what the general public experiences? WeRateDogs and Not One More Vet, Inc, along with many other organizations, have developed the social media campaign #EarsToVets in an effort to help raise awareness regarding mental health issues and to thank our veterinarians. At the Rocky Mountain House Rabbit Rescue we salute our fabulous vets at Broomfield Veterinary Hospital! Please join us by posting your rabbits, and their ears, below in the comments! 🐰 (P.S. This is Sam, an RMHRR alumnus. We like to think he would sound like Winnie the Pooh if he could talk.)

06/11/2021

When Bartz found out he’d been adopted 😻

For the Gilly & Bartz fans. This dynamic duo is a pair of SPECIAL needs rabbits. So much going on with these two. 🤦🏽‍♀️ ...
06/11/2021

For the Gilly & Bartz fans. This dynamic duo is a pair of SPECIAL needs rabbits. So much going on with these two. 🤦🏽‍♀️ The good news is, they are enjoying their vacation SO much, they convinced the owner of their Harebnb to keep them FOREVER! 😍😍😍🐰🐰🐰💥💥💥

Address

984 County Road 7
Erie, CO
80516

General information

If you're looking to adopt, then our $100 adoption fee will get you either: 1 spayed or neutered rabbit, free introduction and week of bonding board for your current rabbit and the new rabbit, a free checkup for the new rabbit, free tune-up class and education, free access to our 24-hour health line for the life of the rabbit, free membership (which includes a 10% discount in our supply store), and the guarantee we will accept the new rabbit (and it's mate if need be) back into our shelter if something doesn't work out. OR 2 spayed or neutered rabbits that are already bonded, a free checkup for the new rabbits, free tune-up class and education, free access to our 24-hour health line for the life of the rabbits, free membership (which includes a 10% discount in our supply store), and the guarantee we will accept the new rabbits back into our shelter if something doesn't work out. AND We have experience working to build larger groups of rabbits as well. If you're looking to adopt an entire warren of three or more rabbits, we can work with you. We will still accept the rabbits back if your life circumstances change. :)

Products

We offer many books and articles you can read to learn more about rabbits!

To read our online articles, please visit: http://coloradohrs.org/learn/

Ready to adopt? Please visit our website to learn more about our requirements, fees, and benefits, and apply online: http://coloradohrs.org/requirements-and-procedures-for-adopting-rabbits-from-the-colorado-hrs/

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Hey fellow rabbit rescuers! What kinds of dogs do you own that get along well with your bunnies? We want to get one. Golden’s are at the top of our list, some sort of mix/medium size. Sometimes not all the genetics are known for rescue dogs. How important is it since I’ve heard it depends on the individual dog? Any advice is appreciated. (I have already read the info on the website regarding this topic.) Thanks!
Some of you may recall my blessing of animals on the feast of St. Francis. All are welcome to join me as we lift our nation in prayer: Interfaith Prayer Service on Inauguration Day, January 20th at 7pmPST. Join Zoom Meeting https://ucdenver.zoom.us/j/5757459622 Meeting ID: 575 745 9622 blessings, Fr. Michael J. Nicosia Vicar to the Rocky Mountain Region of the Ecumenical Catholic Communion
I have a friend who can no longer care for their rabbit, would you be able to find this sweet rabbit a home?
Thank you to all those who joined in our blessing of pets. For those who missed it, the service follows. “All creatures of our God and King, lift up your voice and with us sing, alleluia, alleluia! Thou burning sun with golden beam, thou silver moon with softer gleam, O praise him, O praise him, alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!” William Henry Draper’s familiar hymn paraphrases the prayer composed by St. Francis of Assisi, “Canticle of Brother Sun and Sister Moon.” Directly paralleling the Native American tradition of referring to the natural world as “all our relations,” Francis acknowledged the dignity and worth of all of Creation and our interconnectedness with it. The Hebrew Scriptures put it this way. (Sirach 42:15-18, 22-25, paraphrased.) I will now call to mind the works of the Creator and will declare what I have seen. God spoke and all was made, each creature designed to fulfill God’s purpose. The sun looks down on everything with its light, and all God’s works are full of glory. Even the holy ones cannot recount all the marvels established by God, so great is the mystery of it all, so enduring our awe and wonder at the sight. The whole of creation is beautiful, down to the smallest and faintest spark of light, for each part radiates the divine. All these things live and are to be preserved, for each creature has its place to meet a particular need. Nothing was made incomplete or fruitless, for each supplements the blessings of the other. Who could ever tire of seeing God’s glory? Around 1229 A.D. Francis’s first biographer, Thomas of Celano, recorded the story of “brother rabbit”: “Once while Francis was staying near the town of Greccio, a certain brother brought him a live rabbit caught in a trap. Seeing it, the most blessed man was moved with tenderness. ‘Brother rabbit,’ he said, ‘come to me. Why did you let yourself get caught?’ As soon as the brother holding it let go, the rabbit, without any prompting, took shelter with the holy man, as in a most secure place, resting in his bosom. After it had rested there for a little while, the holy father, caressing it with motherly affection, let it go, so that now free it would return to the woods. As often as it was put on the ground, it rushed back to the holy man's lap, so he told the brothers to carry it away to the nearby forest. Something similar happened with another little rabbit, a wild one, when he was on the island in the Lake of Perugia.” St. Bonaventure of Bagnoregio relates how it “was caught and offered to the man of God. Although it fled from everyone else, it entrusted itself to his hands and his heart as if to natural security.” St. Francis wasn’t the first to provide refuge to our bunny friends. Five centuries earlier, Melangell (pronounced "Mel-eng-eth"), the daughter of an Irish king retreated to a private hermitage in a beautiful little corner of Wales. One day her peaceful solitude was interrupted by the sounds of a royal hunting party. A frightened hare took refuge under Melangell’s cloak and, miraculously, the dogs were held at bay. Deeply impressed, the Prince gave her the valley to create a sanctuary for all that fled there. St. Melangell is still honored as a patron of hares, rabbits, small animals, and the natural environment. So, if there can be multiple saint-protectors of these little wonders of God’s Creation, why shouldn’t we aspire to be like them? I invite you all to get a vessel of water which we will bless and use to honor the creatures in our care. Let us pray: God of all creation, vehicles of your grace abound in this world filled with wonders that together testify to your glory. At the very dawn of creation your Spirit hovered over the waters, breathed across their depths, and made them the wellspring of life. + Bless this water and gift us again, Holy One, that through its use we may tap into your grace. As we use it to bless our herds and packs, our flocks and swarms, our litters and schools and fluffles, we honor them and the many ways they give back to us—sustaining us with their beauty, their companionship, their labor and, in some cases, their very selves. Keep them happy and healthy to live out the fullness of their years. We also ask you to bless their caregivers who protect them from natural harm or inhumane treatment and who advocate on their behalf. Sharing in your love of them and in your love of all that is, may the compassion we extend to our sibling creatures be a channel of your blessing. “We’ve got the whole world in our hands” (by Fr. Michael J. Nicosia © 2020) We’ve got the birds and the bees in our hands; We’ve got the flow’rs and the trees in our hands; We’ve got the lands and the seas in our hands; We’ve got the whole world in our hands. Refrain: We’ve got the whole world in our hands We’ve got the whole world in our hands We’ve got the whole world in our hands We’ve got the whole world in our hands We’ve got the care of creation in our hands We’ve got our shared habitation in our hands We’ve got all our relations in our hands We’ve got the whole world in our hands. I invite you then to bless your bunnies and other pets after we sign off, but would suggest that you simply dunk their veggies in the water…wouldn’t want them to think you were scolding them with a spritz or a shower. Blessings, one and all, as we continue to care for all Creation.
Hey I have a question, my daughter's bunny is in her cage not wanting to move. My daughter is stressed can someone help me?
Hi all! I'll email as well but wanted to post here just in case. I have a Petwerks Bunny Abode in my garage that I want to give away for free. It is in good condition but will need cleaned up, because when my bunnies passed from old age, I just plopped it in my garage and that was years ago. If someone wants it for their bun-buns, or if someone would be willing to pick it up and take it to the shelter, it's all yours! I'm in the southeast Aurora area, by Eaglecrest High School (Riviera and Picadilly Street). Shoot me a PM if anyone is interested.
Fr. Michael is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom service especially designed for the Colorado House Rabbit Society. Topic: honoring our pets Time: Oct 4, 2020 03:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88906683447?pwd=aFNVd3NGMjVqNDk1UnZMWXpMSHRNQT09 Meeting ID: 889 0668 3447 Passcode: 135081 One tap mobile +12532158782,,88906683447# US (Tacoma) +13017158592,,88906683447# US (Germantown) Dial by your location +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma) +1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown) Meeting ID: 889 0668 3447 Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kzcM2iPIr
The Feast of St. Francis of Assisi is coming up, a time when many churches offer pet blessings. Would anyone be interested in my organizing a virtual "honoring of our buns" (and our other family members) via a short Zoom gathering sometime the weekend of Oct. 3-4? It need not be a solely Christian event, as our love for animals crosses all divides. Input welcome.
It didn't take long for Fiona and Felicia to make themselves at home! ❤️
Any recommendations for rabbit-savvy vets around Denver (Lakewood, to be exact)???🐰
Hello, I have a bunny who is elderly now and has lost the use of her back legs so she lays on one side. I’ve noticed when she sleeps she makes these wheezing/soft grunting/snoring sounds that she doesn’t make while she’s awake. I feel it’s because she can’t flop over and sleep comfortably. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what I can do to make her sleep more at ease to reduce her strained breathing?
Hello everyone! First off... no judgement and no negative comments... everyone goes through life events that change situations of pets... With that being said... I live in Colorado Springs, CO and I am looking to rehome my ex boyfriends rabbit Elvis. We split a few months ago and he went traveling with his work and couldn't take him. I attempted to take care of it, but I have kids, work full time, and my own pets (2 snakes and a dog) that I have to deal with and just can't provide him the attention he (or she we are unsure) requires. I wanted to reach out to this group first since it's a rabbit community before going to local "animal rescue" pages. So if anyone is in Colorado or willing to come to Colorado to get it please let me know!