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Please Help Reuben!

PSX_20150701_091212Reuben was rescued by the SPCA from an abuse situation along with 10 other rabbits.  RR took in 6 of the surviving 9 rabbits.  Reuben is one of them. Unfortunately RR had to have his eye removed on Friday June 26th , along with removing a number of fractured teeth.

We have a very generous donor who has a challenge for us! If we can raise $400 by THIS Friday (July 31st), she will match the $400 and all of Reuben’s bills will be paid off!

All you need to do is make a donation here and email haviva@rabbitrescue.ca to let us know your donation is for Reuben. Help us raise the full amount for this lovely boy! Poor Reuben thanks you from the bottom for his little bunny heart for any donation you can make!

Two Bunnies Saved From Slaughterhouse


We have BIG news to share. Rabbit Rescue Inc & The Save Response team are delighted to announce the release of TWO rabbits from a Southern Ontario Slaughter House. Two months in the works, were able to save these bunnies that were scheduled for slaughter June 15th 2015. These bonded females are only 12 weeks old.

They need names! We would love to hear your suggestions to help us find the perfect names for these two! Please visit us on Facebook and comment with your name suggestions! You can also help make a difference in their lives by donating towards their spays and any medical care they need. All donations are tax deductible. Click Here.

You can help other rabbits just like these by signing our petition, help us get to 5,000 signatures:  Click Here.

Lets help get the word out that rabbits are ‪#‎petsnotfood Join us in the fight to stand up for rabbits everywhere!



Please sign our online petition

Stop stocking rabbit meat.

Help us get to 5,000 signatures!!!!


We are appalled to learn that Loblaw Companies Ltd including Fortinos, Loblaws and Zehrs now carry rabbit meat. Many of the individual store managers have expressed that they do NOT wish to sell it in their store, but are forced to by head office.

The petition in one day has gained 1600 supporters! Please help us stop this. SIGN HERE.

In Canada, there are NO Codes of Practice for Rabbits under the Humane Slaughter Act. There are no laws that require livestock rabbits to receive minimum amounts of food, water, space, sensible handling, or effective medical care.  We will not support stores that are responsible for the suffering and death of animals that many people consider pets.

They are not yours to hang by a leg, electrocute, stab, eviscerate and decapitate.


Fiver Trust Fund

A very special bunny named Fiver came into our lives in September 2003. In the wonderful year that he spent with us, he taught us about life and love and touched many hearts.

Always a happy bunny, he enjoyed munching on dill and his ‘puff’ treats, binking around, and cuddling. Those who knew him fell in love with his outgoing personality, helicopter ears and adorable ‘quacking’. A bunny who beat the odds, his memory continues to live on in the Fiver Trust Fund. Donations made in his honor are used for special needs rabbits requiring long term medical care. With this Fund, bunnies like Fiver will get a second chance at life.

The Fiver Trust Fund is for our rescues who need more than just a forever home. By contributing to this long term care fund, you will help improve and prolong the the life of a special rabbit.

Make a donation to the Fiver Trust Fund and help save the life of a rabbit in need of life saving medical care.

Click here to donate!




To Ensure Compassion and Respect for Rabbits Everywhere (C.A.R.E)

Now is the time for you to make a difference for rabbits raised for food in Canada! Just a few minutes of your time will ensure that enough awareness of this issue will be raised. Then, there will be enough proof of public support for Rabbit Rescue to request a meeting with the Minister of Agriculture.
But first we need 300 letters! Write to the Federal and Provincial Ministers of Agriculture and your local MP to ask them to change the Humane Slaughter Act and to revise the Codes of Practice to include rabbits. Read more