Adoptable Rabbits

About Our Adoptable Rabbits

We currently have 44 rabbits available for adoption.

Indiana House Rabbit Society Rabbits are:

  • Rescued from shelters or abandoned strays rescued from certain death
  • Screened by a veterinarian at the time of rescue and treated for any illness
  • Spayed or neutered prior to placement
  • Housed in foster homes as part of the family or at the Rabbit Adoption Center where they are socialized by Indiana House Rabbit Society volunteers
  • Litterbox trained
  • Receiving a minimum 14 hours of supervised exercise per week
  • Evaluated for temperament to ensure the best match in their adoptive home

Learn more about the adoption process

The following rabbits are available for adoption through the Indiana House Rabbit Society. If you do not see a rabbit that fits your needs, please visit your local Indiana shelter.

Note: All ages listed here are approximate and are based upon surrender information and/or veterinarian estimates.



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Californian
Female
Age: 6 months
Weight: 7 lbs.

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Abilene came from a 452 rabbit confiscation in Kaufman County Texas. She is starting her best life with Indiana House Rabbit Society. Abilene is a very busy girl who LOVES to play! She has a lot of energy and does the best binkies! She needs lots of time to exercise and run and will keep you laughing and entertained although she is not likely to sit still long enough to let you pet her! She's just too busy for all that, too many bunny things to do!

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Flemish Giant mix
Female
Age: 2 years
Weight: 8 lbs.

Aggie was confiscated along with 452 other rabbits in Texas by the Texas ASPCA. Her journey through Indiana was supposed to be brief, only an overnight, however, a minor complication from her spay surgery ensured her stay with IHRS. Now that she is healed, she is available for adoption and her foster family say that she is one of the snuggliest cuddle buns they've ever met!

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Female
Age: 2 years
Weight: 8.4 lbs.

Amelie (pronounced Ah-may-LEE) had a rough start to life. She spent her early years outside in a hutch with a wire bottom and none of the accoutrements of house rabbit life. As a result, she is learning how to trust. She's slowly realizing she doesn't have to hide from thunderstorms or brace for extreme heat and cold. She's starting to learn that more space is better and run time can be awesome! She's starting to learn that we hoomans who love her aren't so bad after all. But it will take time for her to fully earn our trust.

Amelie isn't yet spayed, so she isn't yet available for adoption. Once she is, she'll need a quiet home where her furever family can patiently allow her to trust them and blossom into her best life. Her ideal adoptive family will see the rewards in watching her blossom and benefit greatly from it.

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mix
Female
Age: 1 years
Weight: 5 lbs.


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Dutch mix
Female
Age: 6 months
Weight: 4.5 lbs.

Little Azalea was found in a parking lot in Anderson! She was brought to the shelter and then made her way to IHRS a few weeks later.

What a beauty - she has blue-gray eyes and lovely formal white gloves on her front paws. This little girl is curious, playful, and spicy! She will be available for adoption after her spay scheduled for late June 2019.

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Flemish Giant
Female
Age: 2 years 3 months
Weight: 9 lbs.

ADOPTION PENDING

Celeste came from a 452 rabbit confiscation in Kaufman County Texas. She is starting her best life with Indiana House Rabbit Society.

Please check back for updates as we learn more about Celeste. This girl deserves a happily ever after!

Celeste needs to be spayed before eligible for adoption.

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English Spot Mix
Female
Age: 5 years 5 months
Weight: 4 lbs.

Chamomile is bonded to her friend Hoover. They were recently returned to the rescue and need some time to get used to a new living situation.

Chamomile was originally abandoned in an industrial area along with several other rabbits. A good Samaritan captured her and several other rabbits, taking her to an animal control organization.

Chamomile was in very rough shape when she originally entered IHRS foster care. She made great strides and learned that humans are kind beings, bringing ample food, and providing gentle pets as she tolerates them. She is still rather shy and reserved. Chami has had some additional health issues as well and needs quality veterinary care available. She and Hoover must find a home together.

Can you provide Chamomile and Hoover a forever home where they can blossom?

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Lionhead mix
Female
Age: 1 years 3 months
Weight: 7.1 lbs.

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Cleo was found as a stray bunny during the winter with several other stray bunnies. She was brought into a shelter and while she was waiting to be spayed, she gave birth to 8 little babies! She successfully nursed all her babies and they have gone on to find forever homes. Now their mama is looking for her very own happily ever after! She is a sweet girl that loves attention, REALLY loves food, and tolerates being held. She is looking for a home where she can relax after the hard work of raising babies and just live the life of a pampered house bunny!

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lop mix
Male
Age: 2 years
Weight: 5.2 lbs.

Clifford is recovering from his neuter surgery and will be available for adoption soon. He is a sweet guy who seems to enjoy cuddles! And he is very fluffy and adorable!

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Mix
Female
Age: 2 years 11 months
Weight: 4.5 lbs.

Connie was part of the February/March 2017 dump of rabbits to fend for themselves in a local city park. She's an energetic young lady with lots of personality. Connie was spayed and has a clean bill of health. She's somewhat skittish and can startle easily, but she is so curious that she comes back out quickly to see what's going on. Her skittishness is completely expected given her previous experiences. She gets more and more comfortable each day.

During salad-making time, she plays a game of "beg for some lettuce" while her foster care provider is preparing salads. She loves her treats and will even take them from her foster care provider's mouth! She absolutely loves her pellets, demolishes her salads, and will eat all the hay in the world. She is a cautious explorer who likes to run but also learns about her environment with a bit of reserve.

Connie loves to be pet and she's learning more and more each day that the humans in her life from here forward are only here to love and support her and no longer bring her any harm. Connie may like a husbun if she finds the right mate.

Can you give Connie the promise of a loving and safe forever home where she can bunny all day and all night?

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Male
Age: 2 years
Weight: 8.2 lbs.

Didier (pronounced DEED-yay) had a rough start to life. He spent his early years outside in a hutch with a wire bottom and none of the accoutrements of house rabbit life. As a result, he is learning how to trust. He's slowly realizing he doesn't have to hide from thunderstorms or brace for extreme heat and cold. He's starting to learn that more space is better and run time can be awesome! He's starting to learn that we hoomans who love him aren't so bad after all. But it will take time for him to fully earn our trust.

Didier isn't yet neutered, so he isn't yet available for adoption. Once he is, he'll need a quiet home where his furever family can patiently allow him to trust them and blossom into his best life. His ideal adoptive family will see the rewards in watching him blossom and benefit greatly from it.

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New Zealand
Female
Age: 6 months
Weight: 7.5 lbs.

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Diva came from a 452 rabbit confiscation in Kaufman County Texas. She is starting her best life with Indiana House Rabbit Society. This girl deserves a happily ever after! What we do know about her is that she is one sassy bunny! She got her name because on her very first day with IHRS she was showing everyone what a princess she was and it was clear the name Diva fit her perfectly! Her foster family says she is incredibly friendly and loves to explore (they often find her up on their kitchen table!). She also loves to share a bite of her foster dad's apple as a treat at the end of a long day. Diva is young and full of energy.

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lionhead
Female
Age: 4 years 3 months
Weight: 4.9 lbs.

Farrah was surrendered to the shelter when her owner moved. She got her name because she has absolutely fantastic hair! Farrah could use a home with people who understand bunnies, as she is a bit of a tough bunny nut to crack. Possibly from her time in the shelter and from the upheaval in her past, she is quite skittish and nervous. Sometimes if you come toward her too quickly, she might get a bit uneasy and lunge toward you.. But in truth, she actually loves to be petted. Farrah would probably do best as an only bunny and is probably not the right bunny for small children or families. But if you are savvy in the ways and language of bunnies and have the time and patience to build trust with this sweet girl, perhaps you are the perfect forever home for gorgeous Farrah!

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mix
Female
Age: 9 years
Weight: 7 lbs.

** PENDING ADOPTION **

Meet Amazing Grace, IHRS' wonder girl! She came from an environment where she did not receive the attention she deserved. Thankfully IHRS brought her into foster care got her medical care and the attention and affection she deserved =:3

Grace is a very people-focused rabbit who love, love, loves to be petted :) She will follow you around begging for treats. Grace is kind to other rabbits and may like a bunny friend.

Can you provide Grace a home where she can be cherished?

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dwarf mix
Female
Age: 5 months
Weight: 0.9 lbs.

Note: Half Pint will be available for adoption after her spay, which will likely be in June. IHRS does not adopt out unaltered/baby rabbits. She is not available for adoption until at least June 2019.

Half Pint was just a tiny baby when she came to us in January! She turned up sick in a shelter after being sold too young by a pet store.

We worked hard to get Half Pint feeling better - she came in very sick! She fortunately survived and is growing up with healthy food in a happy foster home. Once she is big enough for spay, she will be available for adoption.

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Dutch
Male
Age: 7 years
Weight: 6.2 lbs.

Herman was in pretty rough shape at the shelter before he came to IHRS. He was covered in fleas and had a pretty terrible wound on his leg that needed surgical treatment. After surgery to treat his leg as well as to neuter him, and flea treatment, Herman is on the mend! Poor Herman was surrendered to the shelter by his former owners when they moved away and they said that he was between 6-7 years old. However, we think he's likely older than that, maybe even as old as nine! But despite what he has been through, Herman is a friendly old guy, and is recovering well from his surgery! He is getting around well and enjoying his newfound life as an IHRS house bunny. He will need to find a loving home that will give him plenty of spoiling in his last few years!

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American
Male
Age: 10 years 2 months
Weight: 4 lbs.

Hoover is bonded to his friend Chamomile, who is more reserved. The pair was recently returned to the rescue through no fault of their own and are getting used to a new living situation.

Hoover was part of a law enforcement animal cruelty confiscation in Summitville, Indiana, one of the lucky survivors. He was one of the rabbits at large when volunteers arrived and ran into a shed full of dead animals. A kind ACO in a Hazmat suit went into the shed and got him to go out of a hole where Indiana HRS volunteers were waiting ;)

Hoover is a very mellow guy who mastered the "dead bunny flop" quickly after rescue. He has learned that humans are actually kind and provide him plenty of food and petting.

Can you provide Hoover a forever home where he can continue to channel his Zen personality? He must be adopted with his friend Chamomile.

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lop mix
Male
Age: 2 years
Weight: 7 lbs.

Poor Horatio! He had significant head tilt - his head is basically upside down - when he was surrendered to the public shelter. After a few days, he started rolling because he is dizzy. We pulled him to foster care and got him to our vet for diagnostics and treatment. A significant medical concern at a shelter can be risky for a homeless bunny :(

Horatio is now in foster care where we are providing special physical accommodations for his balance issues. He has a long road ahead! Hopefully Horatio will continue to improve with medications and accommodations, until he is ready for neuter and adoption!

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mix
Female
Age: 1 years 10 months
Weight: 7.4 lbs.

ADOPTION PENDING

Jasmine had been set free outdoors and was running with a friend bunny for months! She was grateful to have a warm, dry, well fed home to sleep in once she was captured. Stay tuned for more info on this poor girl. She is to be adopted with her friend LT.

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mix
Female
Age: 4 years 9 months
Weight: 5.3 lbs.

Jenga, Marla's baby #3, was born Labor Day 2014. She is brown agouti and is an uppy-ear bunny!

Jenga is shy compared to her siblings, but is sweet and curious. She is bonded to her sister Mancala and they are looking for a home together!

Jenga can't wait for her new patient person to come along!

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mix
Male
Age: 1 years 3 months
Weight: 6.1 lbs.

I'm at the Rabbit Adoption Center! Visit me!

Poor Kenzo was let free by a cruel owner and this did not go well for him. IHRS captured him on the second try once a good Samaritan contacted us to help; he had been living under decks and vehicles and in yards for months. Poor guy had a very bad case of ear mites, was emaciated, and was in very fragile condition at rescue. His condition was touch and go for a while <3 By April, Kenzo was officially “out of the woods!” His bloodwork was normal and he had gained almost one pound. Kenzo’s ear mites and fur mites were resolved. He had recovered from a bite wound, the last reminder of his life on the lam. Poor Kenzo is practically a miracle bunny! He was barely alive when he was rescued by IHRS and he has come a LONG way to be a sweet, healthy, loving boy who is looking for his forever home.

Kenzo is currently going through a MAJOR molt of fur, but he is healthy! His fur is pretty shaggy but his bald spots are growing back in. He is a super friendly guy who enjoys pets and likes people - which is amazing considering his sad history! But he enjoys the company of his foster family and loves to do zoomies and binkies during his play time. Kenzo is truly an extremely special boy who is looking for an extremely special forever home where he will be loved and cherished for the rest of his life!

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NZ White
Female
Age: 4 years 9 months
Weight: 9 lbs.

Lillian is one lucky bunny! Her mom was caught at large in a park, she was born 3 weeks later.

Lillian lives with her sisters, Lucy and Lyla. They are a very devoted, snuggly trio. They are a little reserved with people right now, but the are very curious and nosey, putting their paws on you. The come to trust those who are patient with them and bring snacks!

Can you provide these girls a home where they will be adored?

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dwarf mix
Female
Age: 1 years 10 months
Weight: 3.5 lbs.

Lisbeth came into the shelter as part of a confiscation of dozens of rabbits. Lisbeth has been ill and we are working to help her feel better. Stay tuned as she heals! She will be available for adoption once she is healthy enough for spay.

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LT

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mix
Male
Age: 1 years 4 months
Weight: 4.6 lbs.

ADOPTION PENDING

LT had been set free in Kokomo when his owners moved to find his own way! He was found with his friend Jasmine, and both strays were captured by volunteers and brought into rescue. LT is a bit of an escape artist in his foster home and is liking the reliable food and comfort! LT needs to be neutered before he can be placed with his permanent family.

LT and Jasmine need to be adopted together.

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NZ White
Female
Age: 4 years 9 months
Weight: 10 lbs.

Lucy is one lucky bunny! Her mom was caught at large in a park, she was born 3 weeks later.

Lucy lives with her sisters, Lillian and Lyla. They are a very devoted, snuggly trio. They are a little reserved with people right now, but the are very curious and nosey, putting their paws on you. They warm up to patient people who have snacks to share. :)

Can you provide these girls a home where they will be adored?

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English Spot mix
Female
Age: 1 years
Weight: 6.3 lbs.

Luka had been running loose for a few weeks in Indy. IHRS volunteers captured her on a June evening. She was covered in ticks and quite scared! As Luka learns what it's like to be a loved house bunny, we are watching her blossom. More info soon as she lets us know her personality!

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Satin
Female
Age: 1 years 3 months
Weight: 5.2 lbs.

ADOPTION PENDING

Luna was a stray bunny for several months who found herself at a southern Indiana shelter and made her way to IHRS. She is a gorgeous bunny with a satiny coat that will take your breath away. She is also a real love bug. She is an outgoing bun, very friendly and loves people. She enjoys cuddling with her foster family on the couch and watching tv and is one of the rare snuggle bunnies out there.

During her spay, the vet discovered Luna has problems with her cheek teeth. She had a dental procedure with adjustments to her teeth. She now has a missing tooth has had a series of dental treatments over the past year with close monitoring of her condition by both the vet and her foster family. She is provided with special foods to ensure her continued dental health. Luna will most likely be prone to dental issues the rest of her life. She will need a forever family that is prepared to monitor her dental health and provide for any care she needs throughout her lifetime.

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NZ White
Female
Age: 4 years 9 months
Weight: 10.5 lbs.

Lyla is one lucky bunny! Her mom was caught at large in a park, she was born 3 weeks later.

Lyla lives with her sisters, Lillian and Lucy. They are a very devoted, snuggly trio. They are a little reserved with people right now, but the are very curious and nosey, putting their paws on you. Lyla is a little less snuggly with her sisters but they all get along well. She has an impressive dewlap that sets her apart!

Can you provide these girls a home where they will be adored?

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mix
Female
Age: 4 years 9 months
Weight: 5.8 lbs.

Mancala, Marla's baby #5, was born Labor Day 2014. She was a Mini-Me of mama - white with gray spots and racing stripe - and had helicopter ears for awhile but now has uppy ears.

Mancala has a fun spirit and likes to play and cause a ruckus. She is ready for adoption with her sister Jenga. The girls are rather shy - they need an understanding home who will let them be bunnies. Mancala is more outgoing and will accept pets. They love to hang out all day and beg for snacks! Are you ready to give these siblings their forever home? They'll do a Bunny 500 every morning for you about 6 a.m. :)

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Dutch
Female
Age: 1 years 1 months
Weight: 5 lbs.

Marie was found as a stray with her husbun, Pierre. After less than a week in her foster home, she surprised her foster parents by giving birth to a litter of adorable babies! She is currently busy being a great mom and raising her little ones. Once they are old enough to find forever homes of their own, Marie will be spayed and will have her turn to find her forever home. For now she is being loved on by her foster family and spending all her time with her little ones! Marie is bonded to Pierre.

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New Zealand
Male
Age: 3 years 1 months
Weight: 10.3 lbs.

This is a sad story with a mostly happy ending.

Sometimes a picture says a thousand words. An Indiana shelter who doesn't handle a lot of rabbits posted a picture of a rabbit with some very serious medical problems and IHRS couldn't say no. Maru was pulled from this shelter because he was in need of immediate and intensive medical intervention to give him a chance to survive and thrive. He had severe urine scalding (all of the fur was missing from his underside) and bloody, infected sores on all four feet. He also showed some immobility to a rear leg. While Maru was found dumped in a parking lot, we have seen similar painful foot sores from rabbits being housed in wire bottomed cages. We assume Maru acquired his condition from such housing and then was set free to fend for himself - he could barely walk!! - when his owner did not want to deal with his medical needs. Maru's level of scald and sore hocks was far worse than other rabbits we've taken into rescue.

Maru was provided with immediate veterinary care, starting with strong pain relief. Over weeks of antiseptic cleaning, antibiotics, ointments, and pain medicine, and housing on very special wicking flooring to keep him dry, Maru started to be able to walk. It took weeks before he could even lie down comfortably.

Maru was scheduled for surgery on the worst of his foot sores, but supportive care and acupuncture and laser therapy led to great healing! Maru avoided surgery on his back feet.

Unfortunately his front feet began to have more problems. The open sores healed, but the infection had deteriorated the bones of his wrists and feet. Eventually one wrist broke completely as the connective tissue no longer held together. The other wrist is tentatively intact but shows similar changes on x-ray.

Guess what? Maru doesn't care. He has a crazy turn to one front paw, but he hops on the funky wrist and elbow. He uses a special litterbox with a low side so he doesn't stress his joints jumping in and out.

Maru LOVES being part of the family action. He begs for treats and pets. He later survived liver lobe torsion surgery and is still as happy and friendly as ever. Maru inspires us because he doesn't let his disability get in the way of his enjoyment of life.

We would love for Maru to find his forever family. His family gets all the love Maru has to give. :) In exchange, his family needs to be prepared for additional medical needs. Right now Maru is stable and needs no special care other than some housing accommodations: low sided litterbox, soft flooring, restricted from jumping. What we don't know is if his front feet will deteriorate further. This may mean arthritis and mobility issues, or possibly future amputation of one or both front feet and accommodations that would accompany that physical change, perhaps prosthetics and wheelchairs.

If you are that special family who is able to see to Maru's future needs, he'd really love to meet you. We love Maru in foster care but wish for him to have his own forever home with even more attention than we can give.

Additionally, if you feel called to contribute to Maru's medical expenses, he would be very gratefu! https://www.gofundme.com/ihrs-emergency-rescue-fund

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mix
Female
Age: 1 years 3 months
Weight: 4.6 lbs.

This sweet bun was turned into the shelter in Anderson with four other buns. Her name comes from the glamorous look of the black lining around her eyes. Maybelline is a slightly shy bunny and would probably thrive in a home with more experienced bunny owners.

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Mini Rex
Male
Age: 2 years 2 months
Weight: 7.3 lbs.

You might notice Moonpie's gender is listed as "male," but it's actually more complicated that that! I am actually a hermaphrodite which means that I has both male AND female reproductive organs! But no worries, I have been neutered AND spayed! Moonpie is bonded to [uh...brother? sister?] Noodle who is also a hermaphrodite. Both Moonpie and Noodle have a genetic condition that causes their ear canals to be nearly closed and they are hard of hearing. Other than being slightly easier to startle than other bunnies, you might never notice this disability! Moonpie is a very friendly bunny who is curious about his surroundings and social. His favorite kinds of toys are things he can chew like cardboard, wooden chew toys, or things he can shred like newspaper! He also likes stuffed animals! Moonpie is a super cuddly guy and enjoys head and cheek rubs as well as Eskimo kisses. Moonpie and Noodle must be adopted together. They would most likely do best in a home with older children or all adults.

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New Zealand White
Female
Age: 5 years 3 months
Weight: 9 lbs.

Nellie is a recent intake from a confiscation of 450+ rabbits in Texas in March 2019. She seems pretty shy - she's never been in a house before! Nellie has a little attitude and just needs some time to understand her nightmare is over. She appears to be an older bunny, probably used to breed other bunnies. Nellie is retired and living a pampered life now! She is not overly fond of pets, but she is very curious about everything around her. She loves to explore her environment and everything in it, and it quite courageous in her explorations. While her foster mom was cleaning her pen, she sneaked out the open door and her foster mom found her down the hallway in the bathroom checking out the digs in there. She is also a faker.... she likes to stomp and pretend like she's mad about everything (like if you move things in her pen) but really she is just making a big fuss over nothing. If you are looking for a fun and courageous bunny, Nellie might just be for you!

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New Zealand
Female
Age: 1 years 6 months
Weight: 6 lbs.

Noel received a life saving Christmas wish. On Christmas Eve, she was found by a Good Samaritan hiding under a car and was brought indoors! Noel was surrendered to a local shelter and found her way to Indiana HRS.

Noel has some grease stains and is very, very thin. She is incredibly thankful, and grateful, for plentiful food and a full tummy. Nöel loves to be petted and get kisses on the head from her foster mom. As her profile picture indicates, Nöel loves to hang out with her stuffed bunny!! <3

Unfortunately, Nöel has advanced hepatic coccidiosis that resulted from prior neglect. She has liver portal vein hypertension, a terminal condition, which we are managing. Due to the damage to her liver, spay surgery is not recommended.

This breaks our hearts as Nöel is such an incredibly sweet girl. We do not know how much time Nöel has left, we will spoil her to the end.

Nöel could use a sponsor to help pay for her ongoing medical expenses - medication, herbs to support her liver, and acupuncture treatments to keep her comfortable. Nöel sends nose bonks in apprediation :D

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Harlequin
Male
Age: 2 years 2 months
Weight: 6.5 lbs.

You might notice Noodle's gender is listed as "male," but it's actually more complicated that that! He is actually a hermaphrodite which means that he has both male AND female reproductive organs! But no worries, he has been neutered AND spayed! Noodle is bonded to [uh...brother? sister?] Moonpie who is also a hermaphrodite. Both Moonpie and Noodle have a genetic condition that causes their ear canals to be nearly closed and they are hard of hearing. Other than being slightly easier to startle than other bunnies, you might never notice this disability! Noodle is a very friendly bunny who is curious about his surroundings and social. Noodle loves anything he can chew or shred like cardboard, wooden chew toys, newspaper or paper towel rolls. He also loves stuffed animals. He is also an extremely cuddly boy and loves cheek rubs, head rubs and gives the BEST Eskimo kisses and nose bonks! He is very curious about people and often comes right up to see check out what you are all about. Moonpie and Noodle must be adopted together. They would most likely do best in a home with older children or all adults.

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mix
Female
Age: 11 months
Weight: 7.1 lbs.

I'm at the Rabbit Adoption Center! Visit me!

Paige is new to IHRS foster care. She is sweet and very curious. She is interested in everything around her! She has a lot of energy and will need a home with everything bunny-proofed up to shoulder height! Paige will need a lot of time and space to exercise in her new home! She is extremely friendly and would likely make a good first time bunny so long as her new family was willing to bunny proof sufficiently!

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Mixed
Female
Age: 3 years 11 months
Weight: 5 lbs.

Hello there!

I'm Phoebe. I've been at hotel IHRS for a while now and I'm starting to figure out who I am. My previous guardians didn't want me anymore, so they let me go in a field behind a restaurant in Mooresville, IN. Even after all that, I have a clean bill of health and feel great! I am a tough cookie, so I survived, but let me tell you it was not easy.

I'm thankful that the IHRS rescued me from the dangers that surrounded me and provided me a warm place to live, good food, keep me healthy and make friends with me. Sometimes, however, I miss the wide-open spaces that I had. I'm independent. I want space ... as much as you can give me! I can take care of myself and I've done it before, but I'm glad that I don't have to anymore. I like attention from my hoomans but I'm still working on trust issues. I don't know if I suffered trauma from my last hoomans or just turned a little wild after being out on my own. I'm still working through that with my therapist, lol.

I'm curious and playful. I also like to climb up on things. I have good litter box habits, but I always want a litter box nearby. A girl should have to go to far to go to the bathroom, you know? Sometimes I like to be pet, but I have to be in the mood. That may change if I get to spend more and more time with you (and give me Oxbow cookies). I'm very cute (and I know it) and I like to make you laugh. I'm not sure if I'll ever be a lap bunny though. And I'm not really sure about bunking with another rabbit. It would take a very special one to be my roommate -- one who won't cramp my style. I'd probably like it better to have my own space.

So what do you think? Do you have what it takes to earn my trust? It might take awhile, but it will be super rewarding when you earn it, I promise you that!

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Florida White
Male
Age: 11 months
Weight: 5 lbs.

Pierre was found as a stray with his bunny wife, Marie. After less than a week in their foster home, Pierre became a daddy when Marie surprised everyone by giving birth to a litter of adorable babies! Soon, Pierre will be neutered and will be looking for his forever home along with his mate, Marie. But in the meantime, he is busy being spoiled by his foster parents and learning what life is like as a house bunny. Pierre is bonded to Marie.

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American mix
Female
Age: 8 months
Weight: 7.3 lbs.

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Piper is a fiesty young bunny who seems to never run out of energy! She can jump over shorter pens with no problem and is ALWAYS ready for play time! While she is not overly fond of other bunnies and probably would not be a good candidate for bonding, she is very friendly with people and enjoys attention. She doesn't mind being held for short periods of time and enjoys being petted. Just be sure you have an extra tall expen or it won't hold her in for long!

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dwarf mix
Male
Age: 4 years 6 months
Weight: 2.6 lbs.

Rocky came into the shelter as part of a confiscation of dozens of rabbits. Rocky has been ill and we are working to help him feel better. Stay tuned as he heals! He will be available for adoption once he is healthy enough for neuter.

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mix
Female
Age: 5 months
Weight: 3.2 lbs.

An animal welfare agency was responding to a dog neglect case in southern Indiana and found this little bunny living outdoors in a plastic pet carrier! This is no way for a bunny to grow up. Tang made her way to rescue shortly afterward and now she's living it up as a house bunny! Tang seems quite friendly and needs to grow up a bit before she can be spayed. Based on her size and age, she is probably a neglected Easter bunny.

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Giant French Angora
Female
Age: 4 years 2 months
Weight: 9.5 lbs.

Tikvah came from a large confiscation where she had to compete for food with dozens of other rabbits. As a result, her foster Mom has worked with her to resolve some fairly significant food insecurity issues.

Tikvah is an extremely cautious rabbit as human hands in her original home did not treat her with kindness. She trusts her foster Mom implicitly and now enjoys gentle pets from her. New people definitely frighten Tikvah, we are working with her to help her feel more secure in new situations.

Tikvah is the most intelligent rabbit her foster Mom has ever met. She will need an adopter with a great deal of patience and experience working with animals that are slow to trust. The ideal adopter “speaks rabbit” fluently, will take things at a pace Tikvah is comfortable with (slowly), quietly cheering her on when she makes progress, and will not take things personally when she stumbles.

Tikvah is an Angora rabbit who will require frequent grooming. Her foster Mom keeps her fur trimmed short to prevent matting. She will provide coaching to Tikvah’s adopter.

Can you provide Tikvah with the love, patience, and kindness she needs to feel safe and secure?

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French Angora
Male
Age: 3 years 3 months

Uriah was pulled from a municipal shelter when his time ran out. He has some health challenges that will require a special adopter. Uriah has head tilt that resulted from fluid in his inner ears. The head tilt does not stop him from acting like a typical house rabbit - he wakes his foster mom up every morning to give him his Oxbow treat and pelleted food. Uriah has no idea that he is different than anybunny else :)

Despite his health challenges, Uriah is an incredibly sweet, friendly, curious rabbit. Uriah does not let his past, represented by his tattered ears, diminish the light radiating from inside him. This little guy is an inspiration, period.

When Uriah developed head tilt, three stuffed toy bunnies helped him stay upright. He regularly grooms all three rabbits. His foster mom thinks Uriah would really love a companion.

Uriah is an Angora, he requires periodic grooming. His foster Mom keeps his fur trimmed short so that he does not develop mats. She is willing to provide coaching/grooming to Uriah’s adopter.

Uriah is supported with monthly holistic health care to keep him happy and healthy. Are you Uriah’s special adopter?

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