Isn’t Mr. Bunny cute? He was found by a good Samaritan roaming wild in a trailer park. She said he had been roaming around, alone, for quite some time when she found him. We think he had been an Easter present someone got tired of, so they just let him lose to fend for himself in the wild. Thank goodness he’s now safe and sound at Bunny Castle.
Mr Bunny is a mixed breed rabbit of unknown age, but he is in good health and looking for a forever home.
For more information about adopting Mr. Bunny or to make an appointment to visit him, please contact Marie Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dale, Dean and Lori
I’d like to introduce you to Dale, Dean and Lori. These sweet little rabbits were found abandoned as babies near a river in Bishop, CA, about 3 years ago by some wildlife biologists. Since that time, they have lived comfortably at Bunny Castle Rabbit Rescue.
These three are brothers and sister. They have been spayed and neutered and are ready for a forever home. They are Himalayan mix breed bunnies.Since they are bonded brothers and sister so must be adopted together.
For more information about Dale, Dean and Lori or to make an appointment to visit them in person, please contact Marie Morris at email@example.com
Adoptable sisters Allstar and Hickory
Hickory & Allstar were born at Bunny Castle Rabbit Rescue after their mother was rescued. They are bonded sisters, which means they’d like to stay together. They love to play and are a bundle of fun. Would you like to adopt these beauties and bring them into your home? Click here to find out how.
Lulu is looking for a forever home!
I’d like to introduce you to Lulu, who, as you can see, is a small black mixed breed bunny with a cute white ring around her eye and a fluffy, little, white tail. Lu Lu lives with her “boyfriend,” Pepsi. We call them the love birds! These two came from a high kill Los Angeles shelter. They were rescued by my wonderful friend, Danna. They are house trained and are so cute together! They are about 3 years old. Pepsi is a small mix breed bunny. They love to play and groom each other. They are spayed and neutered.
Call me at the number below, or you can email me, too, for more information on how you can adopt Lulu.
How can you help Lulu? For a low donation of $20.00 per year you can sponsor Lulu, or any bunny available at Bunny Castle. Or, if you’d like, you can donate $30 to be a BCRR member along with sponsoring her. We will send you a picture of Lulu and a personalized letter from her, as well.
This is a great gift for any animal lover – children LOVE having “their own” bunny; seniors, who often miss beloved family pets, adore seeing pictures of their adopted bunnies.All you have to do is email, call or send your check by mail to:
The Bunny Castle Rabbit Rescue
105 Rawson Creek Rd.
Bishop, Ca 93514
or email for more information:
Pearl and Quartz are looking for a home
Pearl and Quartz are loving brothers who are looking for a forever home. They are bonded and would prefer to stay together. Can you give them the home they need? You can find out more about Pearl and Quartz, including how to adopt them, by clicking here.