Featured Local Adoptables
These rabbits are available for adoption from shelters, rescue groups, and individuals. Each group has it's own application process and adoption fees. If you are interested in meeting one of these bunnies, please contact the group or individual directly. If you are a new bunny owner, we recommend checking out House Rabbits 101.
Beatrix *Adopted*I'm hopping for joy! I'm Beatrix. Did you know that my name means "bringer of joy"? I'm a sweet bun looking for a forever home. I just have a feeling that you're the family who's going to give it to me! I love to roam around and stretch my legs and inquire about all my surroundings. Don't forget to give me plenty of hay too. A young lady like me can have timothy hay and lots of pellets! I need plenty of veggies to keep my tummy happy too, and then fruit as a dessert! That's my favorite part, but I guess I need dessert in moderation! I already feel like the luckiest bunny in the world - let's binky on out of here! Meet me at the SPCA of Wake County!
CloverWell, how do you do? My name is Clover, and I am such a cutie! As my name suggests, I am very lucky. Why? Because you are here looking for an awesome bunny to take home! I would love to be your new furry friend. I would enjoy someone who is willing to feed me all my favorite treats, such as romaine lettuce, celery, and fresh fruit. Really want to win me over? Give me time out of my enclosure to stretch, explore, and play. For my part, I will give you all the bunny snuggles. Ask about me at the SPCA of Wake County!
JerryHello there! I'm Jerry and I want to find a home with a big enclosure for me to lounge in when I can't be out with you. You'll need lots of hay and fresh greens, but I'll repay you in plenty of love and bunny cuteness in return! I love to hop around, so that means I'll need a space safe to run around in. I would love to spend plenty of time with my forever family, too! Rabbits are social creatures and my bunny antics can be shared with you! Are you ready to go home now? C'mon! Let's get going at the SPCA of Wake County.
LoraHello! I'm Lora! Let me tell you a bit about myself. I love food (I mean I really love it)! I will come running whenever I hear the treat bag. My favorite veggies are carrot tops, dandelion greens, and parsley. I am a good hay eater, which is important to keep my teeth in good shape and help me feel my best. I enjoy decorating, and will rearrange my blankets for hours to get them just right. I can be a bit protective of my perfect house arrangement (I spent all that time on it, you know), so I may not be best for a home with children. I enjoy soft music and nose rubs. I am currently fostering in the New Hanover County, NC area. To learn more, email Triangle Rabbits or fill out an adoption interest form!
Vander *Adopted*Hey! You there! Don't you wanna come meet me? Of course you do, because I'm one of the cutest pets here. Everyone loves puppies and kittens, but wouldn't it be cool to have a bunny that knows how to hop into your heart? I'm Vander, and that's exactly what I'm here to do! I'm a very curious bun -- I love to roam around and check everything out. I also love veggies, but my least favorite is celery. I like the occasional head rub too, but I prefer going on adventures. What do you say? Are you ready to take me on my newest adventure to my fur-ever home? Ask about me at the SPCA of Wake County.
ThumperI'm Thumper! I am about seven months old, and full of young bunny energy! I love to explore (and get into things), and I will need a very bunny-proofed space. I am a playful fellow, and I entertain my foster family doing binkies and zoomies all around the house. I'm working on learning bunny manners, and occasionally mistake fingers for carrot (an easy mistake to make, really). I am currently fostering in Raleigh-Durham, NC. To learn about adopting me, email Triangle Rabbits or fill out an adoption interest form!
Wanda *Adopted*Hello and how do you do? My name is Wanda and I'm no fish! I'm a bunny! Have you been looking for just the right thumper to join your family? I bet I'm the one! I'm inquisitive and interested in getting to know new folks, so bring me a tasty offering of cilantro or kale and I bet we'll hit it off in no time! Do you have a rabbit-proofed area that I can explore with you so that I can stretch my fuzzy legs? Some toys for me to chew so that I can keep my ever-growing teeth in check? All the timothy hay I could ever want? An endless supply of snuggles for when I'm feeling cuddly? Oh, your house sounds lovely! Do you think we could share it forever? I can't wait! Ask about me at the SPCA of Wake County.
Meadow and Heather *Adopted*Hello! We are best friends Heather and Meadow, and together we are looking for a family to call our own. We LOVE chew toys (we have to keep our teeth in shape!). Willow and toss toys are some of our favorites. We are used to having lots of space, so a room or a large enclosure would be great for our new digs. We are still working on our litter box habits, and our foster family said we were learning fast! We tend to be shy with new people, but eventually our curiosity wins out. To adopt two new friends, visit trianglerabbits.org or fill out an adoption interest form!
Sammy *Adoption pending*Hello there! I’m Sammy, and I’m looking for a home of my own. I love to see life from the top of my cardboard box house; the view is great from there! I love bananas and raspberries (what bunny doesn’t?), but I think parsley is best left for guinea pigs. Maybe the menu at my new house will have tastier veggies. I enjoy nose rubs sometimes, but I'd rather go exploring than snuggle. Other pets might be ok, but big dogs make me nervous. If you are the perfect match for me, email Triangle Rabbits or fill out an adoption interest form!
Pixel *Adopted*Hello! My name is Pixel! I am looking for a new home of my very own. I love veggies, and leaf lettuce is one of my favorites. I like small pieces of celery, too! I am a mature, independent lady and I enjoy exploring and jumping on the bed. Exercise is important, and I never miss my daily run through the house. I may be little, but I can add plenty of color to your life! To learn about adopting me, email Triangle Rabbits or fill out an adoption interest form!
Triangle Rabbits is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and a chapter of the House Rabbit Society, serving the Triangle area (Wake, Durham, Orange, and surrounding counties) of North Carolina, U.S.A.