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.
GraceMy 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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or