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.
Lucky and Tucker *Adopted*This fun-loving pair is ready for a new home. Lucky is the adventurer, and enjoys exploring her space and checking everything out. She loves to zoom around and get her exercise. Tucker is happy to let her go first to check if it’s safe! They enjoy spending time snuggling, and are sweet to watch together. Lucky and Tucker are spayed/neutered, good with their litter boxes, and ready for a family to love them. To meet them, contact the SPCA of Wake County.
Patch *Adopted*Meet Patch! This handsome little fellow is ready for a family of his own. He came to us with a URI, but has recovered very well in foster care. He is about 7 years old, neutered, and very sweet. He is good with gentle children, and will sit for a long time to be pet. He enjoys his exercise time, followed by a nap on his favorite blanket. He has excellent litter box habits, loves to explore, and has fun with all kinds of chew toys. For an adoption application or to meet Patch, contact us!
Rikku and KairiRikku and Kairi are friends looking for a home together. Rikku loves to explore and is very active. She also loves to cuddle! While she does not like being picked up, she likes for you to sit on the floor with her. She has a head tilt, but has finished her medications and is ready for a home with Kairi. Kairi is the binky queen! She is such a happy girl! She loves to explore. She does not like to be picked up and would rather explore than cuddle. She also loves toys and treats. To learn more, contact us!
RobbieMy name is Robbie. I have been searching far and wide for my perfect home. I came here the SPCA because of hurricane Irma. I'm a shy guy, but nothing that a little bit of time and love will do to help me boost my confidence. You know what will also help? A plethora of wooden toys! I LOVE to chew, so having toys that are made just for me will wonderful. A nice, big bun-proof room will help with that, too. I can hop on top of boxes, stretch out on the couch next to you and binky about. Wait - you don't know what a binky is?! It's a little jump, twist when I'm happy. You may notice it after I chow down on some leafy greens, which is the favorite part of my diet (timothy hay and pellets are ok too). So do you have my carrier handy? Yippee! To meet me, contact the SPCA of Wake County.
FabienMy name is Fabien and I have travelled a long way to get here. The SPCA was kind of enough to find me home since I was a stray in Florida prior to Hurricane Irma. It's been a long quest to find my forever home, but I hope it's with you. I prefer a life of luxury: tons of wooden toys for me to chew on for my ever growing teeth, an endless supply of timothy hay and a fresh gourmet salad every day. You see, I'm a delicate creature that needs a well-balanced diet and plenty of exercise. I love to hop around a bun-proof room to stretch my long legs as well as take the chance to explore for hours on end. It's probably my favorite part of the day and would love to spend it with you! I'm also a bit of a neat-freak and like to have my cage cleaned daily. This is going to be a wonderful end to this adventure, but you have to adopt me first at the SPCA of Wake County.
Guinevere *Adopted*Have you ever seen any bunny more adorable than me? I didn't think so! I have long, beautiful fur and will need regular brushing to keep me looking my best. I love to run and play, and will give my foster mom a *thump* when she says it's time to go to bed. I don't agree with that! I love to lounge in boxes and on my bunny bed, and flop myself out on the floor. It swishes my beautiful hair! I am waiting my turn to come to the adoption center, and will be ready for a home of my own soon!
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.