Rabbit rescues seeks foster families
With bunny season just a hop away and local shelters often overwhelmed with homeless rabbits, the Rabbit Advocates (RA) rescue org is seeking to increase its rescue capacity by finding new foster families. “Often we are the last resort for a rabbit in peril,” states the RA website. The organization does not have a shelter, but relies on a network of loving, private foster families who are responsible for the socialization, food and medical care of the rabbits in their care. RA helps new foster families by providing a starter kit of supplies, access to medical assistance funds when available, and educational materials and mentoring. Learn more about RA or fostering rabbits at RabbitAdvocates.net.