WELCOME TO WONDERLAND RABBIT RESCUE
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2014: TO THE WOMAN WITH THE BOSTON TERRIER I TALKED TO AT SOUTHGATE ANIMAL HOSPITAL AROUND NOON TODAY..... I cannot thank you enough for your extremely generous donation to Wonderland's medical bills. What a lovely selfless gesture. The people that work there had wonderful things to say about you and how much you love animals. You may never see this but I wanted to let you know that your donation let two of the rabbits get their teeth trimmed, paid for pain medication for our 6 year old sanctuary rabbit with extremely arthritis, AND plenty of left to go toward our neuter/spay appointments next week. Thank you from the deepest of every one and every bun's here heart.
IF YOU ARE ON THIS PAGE LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON WHAT TO DO WITH A WILD RABBIT BABY YOU MAY HAVE "FOUND" SOMEHOW.... WE CANNOT HELP WITH WILD RABBITS. YOUR ABSOLUTE BEST BET IS TO PUT THE BABY BACK IN THE NEST WHERE YOU FOUND IT. MOTHER BUNNY ONLY COMES AT DAWN AND DUSK TO FEED. RARELY ARE THE BABIES ACTUALLY ORPHANED. IF YOU ARE POSITIVE THE BABY IS ORPHANED, PLEASE SEARCH THE INTERNET FOR DNR REHABILITATORS IN YOUR STATE (THERE IS A LIST BY STATE AND COUNTY ON THE DNR'S WEB PAGE). THANK YOU.
About Wonderland Rabbit Rescue...
Wonderland Rabbit Rescue is a Rescue for abandoned, rescued and rabbits and small pocket DOMESTIC animals who need a new home due to different family situations that do not allow the animal to stay in its home. All rabbits adopted out of Wonderland will be spayed or neutered and will be rehabilitated to be indoor house members only.
As a we want to do what some other rescues are not. We spend lots of time with all the rabbits to rehabilitate and get them ready to become a member of their new furever family. During the final home visit, we spend time with the new owners and explain the intended adoptionable's background, special needs, housing, care, and supply our contact information in case the new owner has any questions or concerns. We try to cover everything from nutrition, day to day care and what to expect and what to do when the unexpected happens. Before getting a House Rabbit remember that they have a life expectancy of 8-10 years or more! That is why we do not recommend adopting to a family that wants a pet just for their child. As a child grows and becomes more active in school or sports, bunny may take a back seat. We prefer bunny to be a "family" pet that ALL members of the family take part in its care, feeding, playing and cleaning.
We have several adoption programs to fit your family and we will work with you to make sure you find the bunny that is perfect for your home.
We will soon be opening an online "Gift Shop" with donations we have received, craft and other items for sale to help us fund our rescue and keep our adoption fees low. We hope to only have to cover our expenses and that includes medical care for these little guys.