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10,000 Carrots Rabbit Rescue
See our Current Adoptable Rabbits
Fill out an Application
Please allow up to 48 hrs for us to respond to your application.  We are all volunteers and do the best we can to get back ASAP!
The first Rabbit Rescue in the Maritimes

We are unable to accept owner surrenders at this time

Housing

Housing your rabbit

Does My Rabbit Need a Cage?
Your rabbit does not need a cage. However, an untrained rabbit probably should be kept in a home-base of some kind, like an exercise pen (x-pen), a large cage, or some other protected housing, while you’re not home to supervise and at night when you sleep

Cages, Pens and Other Choices

Everybody’s seen them at the pet store. A cage 24 by 18 inches or
smaller, containing a package of pine shavings, a water bottle, and a
cardboard box of rabbit pellets. A “starter kit” designed to go with the
spontaneous acquisition of a rabbit, probably a baby, who will fit
through the small door

Indoor living for Rabbits

The House Rabbit Society recommends your companion rabbit be housed indoors. A hutch rabbit cannot possibly receive as much attention as a rabbit within the home. After all, how much time do you intend to spend in the yard? Personalities emerge when your rabbit gets to know you. Their potential is realized when you enjoy each others’ companionship.