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.
SachaI’m Sacha, and I’m ready to meet by new best friend. Are you ready to meet a friend, too? Let’s chat! I might seem a bit shy while we get to know each other, but my foster mom can tell you I am a friendly girl. I love hay! Do you like hay? How about salad? I like leaf lettuce, and parsley, and cilantro. I also enjoy playing with toys. Throwing and tossing them is such fun! I have seen some other bunnies here at AniMall, and I think they are so interesting! I would like to have a bunny friend in my new home. If you might be my new family, please fill out an adoption application!
DuncanWhy, 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.
PhyllisMeet Phyllis! This snuggle bunny enjoys a good cuddle, and will even sometimes give you a kiss! She is curious, and playtime means it's time for exploring and going on adventures. Phyllis has a fancy hair-do, and needs a home that enjoys brushing to keep her looking her model bunny best! When Phyllis came to rescue, she had a small growth on her nose. The growth was removed, and she did wonderfully well with her recovery. Her test results showed Shope fibroma, which is transmitted by biting insects (fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes). Phyllis's vet says her prognosis is good, and she's ready for a home of her own! To meet her, complete an adoption application!
ReggieHi, my name is Reggie the bunny. Nice to meet you! You look like a bunny-savvy person who knows exactly how to care for me! I love a clean house, so I know you will make sure my living quarters are always squeaky clean. I also love my hay, green veggies and the occasional treats. It's all about balance! Please don't be offended if I don't always want you to pick me up. We rabbits can frighten very easily, so if you want to socialize with me, feel free to come on down to my level. I love to hop around and explore as well - maybe you can build me a bunny obstacle course? Well grab your carrier and let's get going! 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.
SpotDid you just Spot the perfect bun for you? Well - what a coincidence! I'm Spot! I'm the sweetest rabbit in search of a forever family. I started my journey to the SPCA as a classroom rabbit; you bet I did great with kids of all ages! I'm quite an active bunny, so I'm sure my new home has a large bunny-proofed area where I can explore and stretch my legs. Don't forget to get me some chew toys. Something special about me, I have been diagnosed with E. cuniculi, so you'll need to speak with your vet about how to care for me. To learn more about me contact the SPCA of Wake County.
TinkHi, I'm Tink. I'm looking for my best bunny match and you are definitely a one of a kind human! If you take the time and patience (and give me some tasty greens), I am sure to be your best friend in no time flat! Once you spend some time with me, you'll discover that I love attention from my two legged companions. I need my new people to be experienced in the ways of rabbits, as I can be a little nippy at times. I hope you can really deck out my new enclosure at home with lots of great bunny things- toys to chew and toss, hay, and VEGGIES! I've LOVED every green veggie that I've tasted, so I bet you can spoil me with some cilantro and kale to really win me over. I just need a family to call my own! I do fine with rabbit-safe dogs. To meet me, hop on by the SPCA of Wake County.
SerenaYou must have noticed my adorably, long bunny ears, right? My name is Serena, and I'm one awesome rabbit. Bunnies are fun, but we do require work, though. I am going to need a nice, spacious enclosure - but don't think I'm a cage-animal! I need time outside of our enclosure for exercise to stretch my legs! I think of myself as an interior decorator, and I will rearrange my enclosure as I see fit. If you didn't already know, rabbits LOVE to chew, so having safe toys to gnaw on is a must. We also naturally enjoy foraging, so if you provide me with lots of boxes, tubes, and paper bags full of goodies, I'll never be bored. Lastly, I need some variety in my diet. Besides, who likes eating the same thing every day? Some of my favorites are leafy greens, fruits, veggies, hay, and nutritious rabbit pellets. Let's start our life together! To learn more about adopting me contact 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.