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2061 15th Ave. WestSeattle, WA 98119
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To foster shelter rabbits cut & paste this link http:// into your browser & select "Foster Care - Critters". No need to contact us via email - we screen applications regularly. Thank you!

Do you enjoy playing and caring for rabbits of all shapes and sizes? Do you want to contribute to the well-being and adoption prospects of homeless rabbits looking for forever homes? Join our foster rabbit team!

Rabbits are the third largest population of companion animals in the United States. They are extremely intelligent, sensitive and social. It is a rewarding experience to interact and nurture them during these transitional times in their lives.

Foster care volunteers provide a home to homeless, abandoned or surrendered domestic rabbits who either have been at the shelter for too long or are experiencing stress and other health issues. We provide training and some supplies; all you need is a quiet room and willingness to help. A commitment of at least 3 months is requested, although shorter-term opportunities come up from time to time (i.e. rabbit babies).


Our knowleadgable community of critter volunteers support each other - we have monthly meetings, animal care trainings, our experienced rabbit care specialist provides rabbit foster parents with support via email.

Apply today at and learn about the joys of caring for shelter rabbits. You will have a chance to save and improve the lives of many bunnies!

Environment & Supplies Needed:

* You will need space for a large cage in your home.

* Cage is provided.

* Ability to provide fresh food and regularly wash cage linens.

* Must keep other pets away.


* Socialize and handle rabbits for at least one hour per day, more time encouraged.
* Provide time out of the cage environment for at least one hour daily (can be combined with socializing time).

* Respond to occasional shelter staff emails promptly (within 24hrs)


* Volunteers should have good animal handling skills.
* Some small animal experience is appreciated but not mandatory. We will provide resoruces.

Minimum age: 18 however youth can support fostering under parental supervision.

Volunteer Orientation required: Yes

* A commitment of at least two hours per shift.
* Time commitment depends, of course, on number of critters at the shelter.
*** Most available shifts are on weekends working as a Critter Matchmaker.

* Volunteers should have good animal handling skills.
* Some small animal experience (rabbit, guinea pig, hamster, etc.) is appreciated but not mandatory.
* Patience and tolerance for distractions.
* Willingness to spend time outside of the shelter at public events or posting fliers.
* Volunteers should be dependable and reliable.
* Critter-ing can oftentimes be solo duty, so volunteers need to be able to work within the guidelines of the team on an independent basis.

Minimum age: 18



  • Animal Care / Handling

Good Match For

Teens People 55+

Requirements & Commitment

  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training

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