Bring joy to sheltered bunnies with healthy food!
38 people are interested
Are you an animal lover interested in joining the movement to support rescued rabbits awaiting adoption? If so, we want you on our team!!!
Feeders play an important role in the lives of our sheltered bunnies by helping distribute fresh and healthy food. Working as part of a team, volunteers provide each bunny in the shelter with fresh hay, water, veggies and other treats. In return, every volunteer is rewarded with the knowledge that they have had a direct impact on the life of sheltered bunnies, ample one-on-one contact with the bunnies, and perhaps even a bunny kiss!
We are currently in particular need of volunteers for the Monday, Thursday, and Friday afternoon shifts.
About Colorado House-Rabbit Society
12601 Lowell Blvd, Broomfield, CO 80020, US
Colorado House Rabbit Society is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), rescue and educational organization. The Colorado House-Rabbit Society has two purposes: 1) To rescue domestic rabbits from dire circumstances 2) To educate the public concerning domestic rabbits, their characteristics, and their care. Our rescue work includes rehabilitating mistreated rabbits, both physically and emotionally. All of our rabbits are spayed/neutered,socialized,and litter trained. We find them permanent homes as house-rabbits, guaranteeing to help solve any problems that may occur throughout the rabbits' lives.
The Colorado House-Rabbit Societyis licensed by the House-Rabbit Society International Headquarters. We are made up entirely of volunteers. There are no paid positions. Every penny of all donations goes to helping the rabbits. We rescue and rehabilitate homeless, abandoned domestic rabbits. Affectionate, litter-trained, spayed or neutered rabbits are then available for adoption. We also provide education about all aspects of having rabbits as companion animals in the home.
We'll work with your schedule.
12601 Lowell BlvdBroomfield, CO 80020
- Animal Care / Handling
- People 55+
- Must be at least 16
- Orientation or Training
- Feeders commit to at least one regular shift on the same day each week, for a minimum of six months. Shifts begin around 4:00p.m., and last approximately 2-3 hours.
- People younger than 16 years of age may volunteer with a parent or other adult volunteering with them.