Ohio House Rabbit Rescue is looking for volunteers to socialize bunnies that have been rescued. Socializing means interacting with the bunnies so they are more friendly. When you socialize a rabbit, you sit on the floor in their pen and pet them and talk to them. There is a 5 minute orientation the first time you visit. Ages 12 and over. Let us know if you can help.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Ohio House Rabbit Rescue
5485 N. High St.., Columbus, OH 43214, US
The mission of Ohio House Rabbit Rescue is to build and operate a Center for rescued abandoned pet rabbits, offer a robust adoption program, and provide educational resources and programming on the proper care of rabbits as indoor companions.
Ohio House Rabbit Rescue (OHRR) envisions a community where all pet rabbits live indoors as companions and have access to a proper diet, habitat, and regular veterinary care for the duration of their life. In Central Ohio, each year approximately 900 unwanted pet rabbits are offered for surrender at animal shelters or rescues that are already at full capacity or do not have the means to care for the rabbits. Many of these unwanted pet rabbits are released outdoors by their owner, which is a death sentence. Rabbits that are admitted into an animal shelter may have been offered for surrender by their owner, rescued from outdoors, or be confiscated as part of a cruelty investigation. OHRR seeks a better alternative
Ohio House Rabbit Rescue is comprised of a Board of Directors, and a diverse Event Planning Team. All are working to support the Ohio House Rabbit Adoption Center: A rescue, education, and adoption facility in Columbus, Ohio.