Two white rabbits sleeping in a cardboard box

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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Grace

My darling human! You look so lonesome without a furry friend by your side. Perhaps you should adopt a fluffy rabbit such as me. It will be wonderful to finally have a home of my own. A large enclosure to stretch out in, plenty of boxes and tunnels to hide in, wooden toys to chew, and an endless supply of timothy hay! Exercise is important for strengthening my legs, but I can be a bit lazy when it's just me and prefer to play with you. I promise you will know how much fun we are having when I binky with joy. To meet me, stop by the SPCA of Wake County.
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Ferris *Courtesy Post/Special Needs*

This adorable fellow is in need of a special home. He has some spinal issues that make it hard for him to keep himself groomed. He has no trouble walking around, but sometimes one of his back legs doesn't support him well. He is a happy fellow and enjoys spending time with his people. He is about four years old and neutered. To learn more or meet him, contact Amy at scongeeli@gmail.com or
(252) 303-2115.
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Button

Do you need some big bunny love? Button is ready to find a family! She loves to be pet, and will sit while you give her a nice head rub. Button is young, about 10 months old, and has lots of energy. She runs around and does silly jumps, and then flops over for a rest. She is good with cats and gentle children, but is skeptical of sharing her space with other bunnies. She says girls need their own stuff! To meet her, stop by AniMall Pet Adoption and Outreach Center. For an adoption application, contact us!
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Chloe and Katie *Courtesy Post*

Chloe and Katie are two beautiful Californian girls looking for a home together. They are fixed, litter box trained and healthy. Chloe weights 8 pounds and Katie weighs 10 lbs. They are about three years old. They like to come out and play and love to snuggle in their house. Located in Myrtle Beach, SC. Transport available. To learn more, contact Mico at 843-455-1504 or micodiarpo@gmail.com.
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Cecilia

She’s breaking our hearts with her cuteness! She came to Raleigh from our friends at Brother Wolf Animal Rescue, and is one of the bunnies they have been helping as part of a large rescue effort in Asheville. She is estimated to be a year old, and loves her greens! She enjoys running around, and likes a soft head scratch. Cecilia is spayed and ready to find a home and family to love her. For an adoption application, contact us!
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Stanelli

Say hello to Stan-man! He is eight years old, and looking for a place to spend his retirement. Don’t think he’s sitting on his laurels though; he gets up every morning ready for exercise and head rubs! He is very friendly, and loves people. He’s a bit into fashion, and will give your clothes a little nibble. Some people pay extra for clothes like that! To learn more about Stanelli, contact us!
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Luna and Cadbury

Meet Luna and her best friend Cadbury. They are a bonded pair, and must be adopted together. These two are quite entertaining! They need a spacious enclosure, and a bunny-proof area for exercise. They enjoy sitting beside you for pets. They love their hay, veggies and fruits. They like bananas as occasional treats! These two love to climb in, chew on, throw around and dig in boxes and like a variety of toys! To meet them, stop by the SPCA of Wake County.
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Luna and Cadbury

Meet Cadbury and his best friend Luna. They are a bonded pair, and must be adopted together. These two are quite entertaining! They need a spacious enclosure, and a bunny-proof area for exercise. They enjoy sitting beside you for pets. They love their hay, veggies and fruits. They like bananas as occasional treats! These two love to climb in, chew on, throw around and dig in boxes and like a variety of toys! To meet them, stop by the SPCA of Wake County.
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