*New* Bunny Sponsorship Program!

We are starting a new program to help local bunnies in rescues and shelters! We have had people ask about how to sponsor a rabbit, and now here's a way to help.

These two adorable baby buns were dropped off at the Wake County Animal Center when they were too young to have even been away from their mom. It wasn't good for them, since they needed extra care and a baby bunny diet. In cooperation with Cape Fear HRS, these Fuzzy Lop babies were taken into foster care. They are doing great, zooming around the house and getting into everything!

The little boy, Colton, is almost old enough to be neutered, but the little girl, Willow, needs to grow up a bit more before she can be spayed. If you would like to help by sponsoring either of these cuties for spay/neuter surgery, follow the link to donate. If you are interested in adopting these buns, drop us a note at info@trianglerabbits.org.

Local Adoptables!


Check out our featured local adoptables! Our gallery features rabbits that...
  • are in rescues or shelters and have been waiting a long time
  • are in need of rescue or foster placement
  • are fostering with good samaritans and in need of homes
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Marshmallow
Red Dog Farm
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Oreo
Carolina Pet Rescue
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Max and Ruby
Cape Fear House Rabbit Society
(courtesy listing)
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Carolina and Magnolia
Dance with the Bunnies Rabbit Rescue
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Christie
SPCA of Wake County
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Izzy
Charlotte Mecklenburg Animal Care and Control
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It's Baby Rabbit Season!


We've been getting lots of questions lately about wild baby bunnies. If you, or your dog, finds a nest of wild baby bunnies here's what to do:

FAQ: Orphaned Baby Rabbits
The best thing you can do is put the bunny right back where you found him, in the general area, as the Mom will only come back at night to call and find him. Leave the area. If the bunny is injured, please contact a wildlife rehabilitator or rabbit vet immediately.

Triangle Area Wildlife Rehabilitators
For more local resources jump to our Care page.
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Our mission is to educate people about having house rabbits as companions, assist bunny parents with finding the information they need to take the best care of their rabbits, and help rabbits in local animal shelters through our volunteer efforts. On our site you'll find information about rabbit care, heath, and behavior, a listing for local veterinarians, places to find bunny supplies, and much more!
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Quick Links

Upcoming Events
8/23: Bunny condo DIY workshop. Come get some ideas for sprucing up your bunny's condo, pen, or play space! AniMall Pet Adoption and Outreach Center, 10am.

RSVP for all events HERE.

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