Our educational programming includes; Bunny Basics, an email hotline, Hoppy Hours, day camps in partnership with the Animal Humane Society, a maintained database of information on our website, speakers for educational programming and more!
Our foster and adoption programming includes a small number of fosters who work with the local shelter systems to help lower their euthanasia rates and raise their adoption rates.
What do rabbits eat?
Rabbits require free-choice hay to maintain digestive health. Rabbit diet is comprised of a limited amount of pellets, unlimited amounts of hay and a selection of greens daily. Always have fresh water available.
Hi my name is Chuk, my foster mom says I am a cute little guy! I am a quiet bunny that enjoys the safety of my pen. I like to get out for my run time and explore. You will probably even see a binky or two. Do you have a treat for me or head pet? I will take either or BOTH!!
Since its founding in 2002, MCRS has helped more than 1000 rabbits find new homes and many more rabbits have benefited from our education efforts. MCRS is primarily operated by volunteers, having just one part-time employee. All of our programs are dependent on donations. Make a difference in the life of a homeless rabbit - donate today!