Rabbit Day is turning 10! We hope you will come out and celebrate with us!
Rabbit Day is a multi-rescue adoption and education event held in honor of “Adopt a Rescued Rabbit” month. Rescues from all across eastern NC will be there with adoptable rabbits. You can learn all about rabbits as companions, ask a rabbit-savvy vet your health questions, and find great bunny toys and gifts! This year, there will also be four mini-classes about different rabbit-related topics. And CAKE!
Saturday, February 25, 10am-4pm
AniMall Pet Adoption and Outreach Center
1105 Walnut Street, Cary
Thank you for considering adoption! There are many rabbits in our area who are looking for their forever homes.
Visit our Adopt and Care sections to learn about the specific needs of a rabbit. Rabbits can live for more than 10 years, and have different needs than other animals, so you want to be sure a rabbit is right for you.
When you are ready for a rabbit, we can help you find the right friend!
Our rescue and education efforts depend on the generosity of supporters like you!
Donations are used for rabbit care, providing food, bedding, and hay to foster homes and animal shelters; medical care, assisting with funding for spay/neuter surgeries for shelter rabbits in need; adoption events, helping bunnies find permanent homes; and humane education, teaching people about rabbit care and promoting pet adoption in our community.
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible.
Local film maker Kim Best has made a wonderful mini-documentary about rabbits, rabbit care, and adoption. She came and filmed at our annual Rabbit Day event, and also went to visit our friends at Avian and Exotic Animal Care. The video features interviews with volunteers from Triangle Rabbits, Dance with the Bunnies Rabbit Rescue, and Dr. Dan Johnson. Check it out!
Triangle Rabbits is a non-profit, all volunteer, rabbit advocacy group dedicated to supporting rabbit rescue and promoting humane education.
As a non-profit organization, we depend on donations from people like you to help us continue our mission of helping companion rabbits. Please consider making a donation to the cause. To make an online contribution, please visit our Giving page.
We are always in need of volunteers to join our team. If you are interested in helping with events, fostering a rabbit, or helping with fundraising, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rabbit Day is coming! This year is Rabbit Day’s 10th birthday! Make plans to come out to AniMall Pet Adoption and Outreach Center for a day of rescue and educational events!
Have you thought about volunteering with the bunnies in our community? We are recruiting Bunny Butlers to help with the rabbit foster program at AniMall. After a short training, volunteers will sign up for days to come supervise bunny playtime, bring fresh salad, and do light cleaning. Weekday help is especially needed. Meet in the training room at AniMall Pet Adoption and Outreach Center, 1105 Walnut Street, Cary.
Put on your walking shoes, your rabbit shirt and some bunny ears and join us for the SPCA's K9-3K Dog Walk. Let's help them raise money to help animals in need while promoting the Bunny Buddy program. See our team page to register for the walk on the SPCA website. Register before March 3rd for the early bird discount! $10 off registration (regularly $35, $25 with discount). If you can't walk with us, you can register to as a virtual walker or please consider sponsoring our team.
Check out our featured local adoptables! Our gallery features rabbits that...
- are in local rescues or shelters
- are in need of rescue or foster placement
- are fostering with good samaritans and in need of homes
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.
Our rescue and humane education efforts depend on the generosity of supporters like you! Funds we raise go towards needed supplies and medical care for shelter and rescue rabbits.