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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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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Bixby *Adopted*

My name is Bixby – nice to meet you! I am named after the actor, not the phone (I know you were wondering). My foster family says I have a big personality for a little bunny! I am quite shy at first. I need some time to get to know you, but then I like to have my nose rubbed. I think it’s fun to sit quietly, and then surprise everyone with a burst of energy! I love my toys. Chew mats and willow twigs are favorites – I love things to chew! I also enjoy cardboard tubes and toss toys. I’m ready to go home with a bunny-loving family! To meet me, fill out an adoption application!
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Hello, there! My name is Tina, and I'm so hoppy to see you! I've just been sitting here crunching on some veggies and waiting for my human to come! After I finish my snack, do you think you could take me out for a bit? I like to hang out in bunny-safe areas, away from cords and other things that I shouldn't chew on. It's nice to get out, stretch my little furry legs, and spend some time with you! I like pets and snuggles, but I don't always like to be picked up. If you're super sweet to me, I might sit in your lap! Are you ready for your life to be a lot hoppier? Take me home! Come see me at SPCA of Wake County.
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Carmine was an owner surrender to a local county shelter back in July 2017. He’s estimated to be one year old and is a Dutch Mix. He’s potty trained and is very happy and friendly bunny. He LOVES playing outside when the weather is nice. He thinks chew toys are the best! Carmine is ready for his furever home! To meet him, contact New Moon Animal Refuge.
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Molly and Max

Ahoy! Meet Max and Molly! They fancy themselves as bunny pirates, and make their toys walk the plank into the water bowl! Willow balls, beware! They enjoy salad, and need a home where they can get lots of exercise (buccaneer Max could use more exercise and fewer treats, but don’t tell him we said so).
Molly is outgoing, friendly, and likes to meet new people. Max is a shy fellow, and prefers to nap in his cardboard hideout. Interested parties can email the landlubbers at Triangle Rabbits to learn more, or fill out an adoption interest form!
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Autumn is a playful, happy, energetic, rabbit! She is an expert jumper, and loves (really loves) to dig and chew. She also likes hanging out of the sofa with you for pets. She enjoys being petted! Running, exploring, and napping in her hiding box are other favorite activities. Autumn is around 7 ponds in size, and is estimated to be 2-3 years old. She is one of the infamous Las Vegas rabbits. Learn more about the journey of the Las Vegas bunnies on our blog. If you are interested in giving Autumn a forever home, fill out our adoption interest form.
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Chip *Adopted*

Meet Chip! He came all the way to Raleigh from Las Vegas. He's a shy guy, and likes to have a "bunny cave" retreat. He shows a lot of curiosity, and will give you nose bumps when he's feeling confident. He will also bestow the occasional kiss! With some time, and love, he will blossom into a very engaging, energetic rabbit. He has his opinions, as bunnies do, and prefers carpet or rugs to slick floors, and does not care for cats. His litter box habits are excellent, though he prefers a hidden litter box, feeling that gentlemen need privacy. Chip seems interested in other rabbits in his foster home, so he might be a good candidate for bonding with a friend. Chip is not a picky eater, and loves veggies of all kinds. If Chip sounds like he's perfect for you, fill out our adoption interest form.
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Sniff, sniff, wiggle, wiggle… Is that a carrot I smell? My name is Jacoby and I'm here to eat your aspirational vegetables! You know, the ones you bought when you decided to go on that diet? (You don't need to, you're beautiful as you are!) I would love to come home with someone like you! Does your house have room for me to bounce around without getting myself into trouble? I like to chew on things, so you'll have to make sure that I have lots of appropriate toys and treats. I also really like pets, but I can be a little shy sometimes, so go slow! I have a feeling we're going to be the best of friends! Let's get going! Meet me at the SPCA of Wake County.
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.