All of the San Jose Hillside Bunnies are Safe!
Abandoned and injured rabbit

Update: March 28, 2015

All the bunnies from the San Jose hillside are safe! Some of them have been adopted, others are still healing and looking for their own homes.

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Event Calendar

Book Your Appointments at For Other Living Things

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Your Wait is Over! Book appointments online for nail trims, scent gland cleanings, and Home Health Checks at For Other Living Things.

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The Haven's Special Needs Rescues

Special Needs Rabbits The Rabbit Haven rescues many rabbits that are injured or ill. These bunnies require extra expenses for veterinary care and special adoptive homes.

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Come to an Adoption Show

Adopt a Rabbit Come to an adoption show and meet your forever friend! The Rabbit Haven holds adoption shows twice a month in Soquel and once a month in Sunnyvale. Each show offers:

  • 15-35 adoptable rabbits
  • Nail trims and scent gland cleaning
  • Home health checks
  • Experts to answer rabbit questions
  • Matchmaking & bonding services
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Volunteer with The Haven

Haven Volunteers The Rabbit Haven is a 100% volunteer rescue. Our volunteers are the life blood of what makes The Haven work. Maybe you would enjoy working with our team. We are in need of temporary foster homes, adoption show support, transportation, office help, and many other positions. Find out more about volunteering opportunities today!

Top Stories

Rabbits are Not Easter Gifts
No Bunnies for Easter

There is no more important season than this season to get the word out about Easter rabbits. Do not give Rabbit as Easter gifts! Read more to learn why.

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Lauren - Injured Baby Rabbit
Lauren

Lauren is a tiny lionhead baby who came to a shelter unable to use her hind legs, dehyrated and malnourished. She is being cared for by a Haven medical foster site.

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March Spay/Neuter Clinic
SPay Neuter Clinic

27 rabbits got their spay or neuter surgery on March 22 at The Haven's Spay/Neuter clinic at the FOWAS site in Watsonville. Two surgeons, five vet techs and assistants and number of Haven volunteers staffed the clinic.

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Welcome to BunnyFest 2015!
Bunny Fest Invitation

BunnyFest 2015 will take place on Sunday May 31 in San Jose, California. We hope to see you at BunnyFest this year! Register online at 2015bunnyfest.eventbrite.com.

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New Shelter Rabbit Advocate Posts Available
Shelter Advocate

Do you want to help Bay Area shelter rabbits? Important shelter volunteer positions with The Rabbit Haven are available in the San Jose area.

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Caroline is Available for Adoption
Caroline

Caroline, who was violently thrown into a bush and nearly killed, has recovered and is read for adoption into a home of her own.

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Dora the Sad Brown Dutch
Bunny Bees

Dora was rescued from a neglect situation with badly injured feet and legs. She was rescued by The Haven and will be treated for her injuries.

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New Bunny Bee Event Added For April 18 Bunny Bees

A new Bunny Bee event has been added on April 18th to prepare hand made crafts for sale at Bunny Fest. We'd love to have you join us!

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Hollister Shelter Opens Expanded Rabbit Area Hollister Shelter

With help from The Haven, the Hollister Animal Shelter has opened a new bunny housing and play area. Check out the great work of our shelter advocates!

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Kacey, a Bunny With a Terrible Eye Injury Kacey

Kacey was abandoned at a shelter with a severe infection in one of her eyes. The eye had to be removed to save her life.

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Myxomatosis Danger in Santa Cruz and
Monterey Counties
Mosquito

There is an ongoing outbreak of the deadly myxomatosis virus in Santa Cruz and Monterey counties. Learn more about this deadly disease and what you can do to protect your rabbits.

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