Gray Flemish giant rabbit on blue rug

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.
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Duncan *Adopted*

Why, hi there! You have come to the right place, my friend. My name is Duncan, and it is so fabulous to finally meet you. I really want a family that's going to commit to loving me fur-ever and always. Bunnies are social creatures, so hopefully you have lots of time to spend with me. I especially love having time outside of my cage to hop around and explore. If I'm super happy, you'll even see me binky about! My diet is also quite important- lots of leafy greens, rabbit pellets, and timothy hay will help keep me in great health. Spend some time with me, inevitably fall in love, and take me home today. To learn more about me contact the SPCA of Wake County.
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Milo

My name is Milo, and I am looking for a family to call my own. I am a bit shy at first; new people can be a bit scary. Once I get to know you, I would love a nice head rub. I love banana treats, but do not like cranberries (too sour!). I am a big bunny, and will need lots of space to run and play! I like to run my bunny laps and then flop over for a nap. I am good with my litter box - my foster family said I get an "A". I am getting used to having veggies, and love parsley, and green pepper. To learn more, email Triangle Rabbits or fill out an adoption interest form!
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Hal and Edward *Adopted*

Did somebunny call the cuteness hotline? I'm your operator, Hal, and I sure hope you're looking for a couple of new bunny companions, because my buddy, Edward, and I are so ready to go home! We're BFF's and need to go home together. We like to munch on crunchy snacks like carrots and celery, and for a treat, maybe some apples! We also love to run around in bunny-safe areas so that we can stretch out our legs and get some exercise. Please make sure to have some sticks and cardboard for us too, since we need to keep our teeth short and trim! Just like any other pets, we need enrichment, so have plenty of bunny friendly toys that we can use to keep entertained. If that all sounds good to you, then we're ready to go! Meet us at the SPCA of Wake County!
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Frankie *Adopted*

Am I not the cutest little creature you've ever seen? My name is Frankie. It is so very nice to meet a new human friend. Let me tell you a little about bunnies! We need a large, spacious enclosure to live in while you aren't around. When you can supervise me, I'd love to have a big, safe area where I can exercise and stretch my legs. We need lots of exercise- an active bunny is a happy and healthy bunny. Be sure to provide me with a diverse diet rich in bunny-safe greens, veggies, and fruits. Grasses and hay are important, too. Here's another tip; bunnies need lots of enrichment. Boxes, paper bags, wooden toys, sticks, baskets- the possibilities are endless! Well, let's pack everything up and head out of the SPCA of Wake County.
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Chimi *Coming Soon*

Do you need some spice in your life? A roomie with the zoomies? I'm Chimi, and I may be your next best friend. I love to run and play! I am a young bunny, and I need lots of room to exercise. I may be tiny, but I can run with the big buns! I love to dig, so boxes and mats are great toys for me. Grass hay is an essential part of my diet, with a little alfalfa hay thrown in because I am a growing boy. I am learning to eat veggies, and love parsley, cilantro, and leaf lettuce. You can keep the oregano. I will be ready for adoption soon, so be on the lookout! To learn more, email Triangle Rabbits or fill out an adoption interest form!
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Oliver

Bonjour! My name is Oliver! And I O-Love-r you! Pardon me if I'm a little shy, I'm not used to being the center of attention. Once I get used to it, though, I think I'll be a star. Don't let my age put you off, I'm not even middle-aged yet and I can be quite spunky. Did you know bunnies can live to be around ten? Some of us get even older! As a bunny my favorite things to do are munch on my bunny-safe fruits and veggies and hang out with my friends. You could be my friend! Then we could hang out together. I don't like being picked up, but I don't mind sitting next to you or even on your lap once I get to know you a bit more. How does that sound? Are we ready to go home? Meet me at the SPCA of Wake County.
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Liam and Benny *on hold*

Hello there! I’m Liam, and I'm looking for a new home with my best friend Benny. Our mom loved us a lot, but she had to go to someplace called Africa for her job. I prefer snuggling with Benny to being petted. People who want to rub me get my disapproving face, like this. I like those puzzle toys, but Benny keeps stealing the treats out of them! My buddy Benny likes to have his head rubbed, but I prefer to nap in my box fort or explore. To learn about adopting us, email Triangle Rabbits or fill out an adoption interest form!
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Benny and Liam *on hold*

Hello there! I’m Benny, and I'm looking for a new home with my best friend Liam. Our mom loved us a lot, but she had to go to someplace called Africa for her job. I like to be petted, and my mom said I am super smart! I do love those puzzle toys. Did you know there are treats in there?! My buddy Liam is kind-of shy. He doesn’t really like to be petted, exploring is his thing. He also doesn’t like fruit, which I think is odd, but I’m still his friend. To learn about adopting us, 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.