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Questions about companion rabbits:

We are the central North Carolina Chapter of the House Rabbit Society. Our mission is to educate people about having house rabbits as companions, assist bunny parents with finding the information they need to take the best care of their rabbits, and help rabbits in local animal shelters through our volunteer efforts. We are happy to help with specific questions about domestic, companion rabbits.
For questions about Triangle Rabbits and general information: info@trianglerabbits.org
For adoption inquiries: adopt@trianglerabbits.org
By mail: Triangle Rabbits, 501 W Williams Street #1727, Apex, NC 27502
By phone: 919-999-2211

Questions about wildlife:

For questions and situations related to wild rabbits (babies or adults), contact CLAWS at (919) 619-0776, Wildlife Welfare at (919) 387-1662, or see trianglerehab.org.

Emergencies:

Triangle Rabbits cannot offer advice in the case of a medical emergency! If you have a medical emergency, contact your veterinarian or an emergency clinic right away.

After Hours and Emergency Care Clinics in Wake County that see rabbits:

After Hours Animal Emergency Clinic
409 Vick Avenue
Raleigh NC 27612

919-781-5145
Exotic Animal Medicine Service at NCSU CVM
1052 William Moore Drive
Raleigh, NC 27607

919-513-6999 during business hours
919-513-6911 for after-hours emergencies