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Mission Statement

The House Rabbit Society is an all-volunteer, national, nonprofit animal rescue organization based in Richmond, California, with local chapters in more than 30 states and more than 7,000 members. Our mission has two parts: Through our fostering program, volunteers rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent adoptive homes for them; through education, we seek to reduce the number of unwanted rabbits -- and to improve bunnies' lives -- by helping people better understand these often misunderstood companion animals. The House Rabbit Society promotes rabbits as indoor companion animals. * Through HRS fostering programs, volunteers rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent homes for them. * Through education, the HRS seeks to reduce the number of unwanted rabbits and to improve rabbits' lives by helping people better understand these often misunderstood companion animals.

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The San Diego Chapter rescues and adopts out or assists local shelters to adopt out more than 100 rabbits per year. Many of these rabbits had run out of time at animal shelters and were scheduled for euthanasia; others had been deemed "unadoptable" because of age, health or disposition. All incoming HRS foster rabbits are spayed/neutered, given necesssary veterinary care and their social needs attended to. HRS foster parents spend time getting to know each rabbit and can then match him or her with an appropriate home. No rabbits in HRS foster care are euthanized because they have "run out of time."

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http://www.sandiegorabbits.org

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