We've teamed up with the House Rabbit Society to put a hop in your step and a smile on your face with these cuddly, playful bunnies. Be sure to check out our Cutest Bunny Videos!
The House Rabbit Society is an international, nonprofit rabbit protection organization. Since HRS was founded in 1988, over 30,000 rabbits have been rescued through foster homes and from their main shelter in Richmond, California. HRS has 31 chapters as well as educators and foster homes around the world.
HRS provides educational materials to many outlets to solve rabbit behavior and health problems. For more information or to know how you can help, visit the HRS website and Facebook page. All of the HRS work is supported by public donations.
Meet the Bunnies
This adoptable bunny duo is Jada Binky-Smith (brown) and her daughter Willow (white & tan).
- 3:00 pm ET Bunny Chats on Wednesdays in the Bunny Chatroom.
- Contrary to popular belief, rabbits main food source is hay and leafy greens, not carrots!
- Because of the position of their eyes, rabbits are able to see close to 360 degrees all around! However, they have a blind spot in front their nose.
- Adult Rabbits have 28 teeth including 4 incisors. Their teeth grow continually for their entire life, but they are normally worn down through constant chewing.
- Rabbits are crepuscular, meaning they're most active in the twilight hours around sunrise and sunset.
- Adoption rates for Rabbits increase around the Easter holiday. HRS urges possible adopters to make a 10-year commitment to care for them before thinking of adoption.
This cam is in partnership with the House Rabbit Society. The House Rabbit Society is an international, nonprofit rabbit protection organization. Volunteers and staff at HRS rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent homes for them.
Since HRS was founded in 1988, over 30,000 rabbits have been rescued through foster homes and their main shelter in Richmond, California. HRS has 31 chapters in the United States, Europe, Canada, Asia, and Australia, as well as educators and fosterers in other areas of the world.