The Rabbit Corner


This website is full of educational articles about rabbits to help you so you’ll have an enjoyable and long life experience with your pet.
Bunnies are endearing, fun, charming, quiet, and just awesome pets! But please do your homework and see if a rabbit is the right pet for you.

Be sure to use “YouTube” for videos about bunny care.  Just type in “Rabbit Care.”

rab6Consider adopting from a shelter.
The Orange County Animal Care Center is a great place to find a pet rabbit, dog, or cat (and some other pets as well.) They always have a variety to choose from!

Adoption fee for rabbits is $37 and an additional $40 for spay and neuter. It is the best price in town and will make your rabbit happier and healthier!

Click here for a list of adoptable bunnies at OCACC.

Online Fundraiser for PetSave Foundation!
Please click here to learn more.

Pet Save fundEnjoy dinner at Soup Plantation!
Thursday, April 30, 2015
21309 S. Hawthorne Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90503-5602 
Be sure to print out the flyer when you attend.

FunRaiser Flyer PetSave – print out

1. All participants must purchase a beverage with their meal in order to receive credit towards the organization.
2. Under no circumstances are flyers to be handed out in the restaurant, parking lot or vicinity.  Failure to comply will result in a voided contract.
3. Coupons or discounts will not be honored in conjunction with any approved Fun-Raisers.
4. Must present the Soup Plantation flyer at time of purchase.
5. Receipt will be stapled to flyer to add up the event’s sales.

Please remember the top three things when adopting a bunny:
Rabbit should be fixed, 80% of their diet is hay, and they can never
have enough exercise!
Please read through this website to learn all about rabbits!

  • Small pocket pets – guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, mice: click here
  • Where do I buy rabbit products: click here
  • If you need to find a home for your rabbit: click here

Please note: Every person who willfully abandons any animal is guilty of a misdemeanor. Rabbits released into the wild (parks, fields) will die from predators, starvation, or sickness. It is against the law to abandon domestic animals and is punishable by law with a fine and/or imprisonment under the
California Penal Code Section 597s.

Last updated: 4/23/15

The Rabbit Corner