This page serves to explain the adoption procedures we have here at the Georgia House Rabbit Society. We ask that you read through our adoption … Learn More
When you look up the word "survivor" in the dictionary, you'll find a picture of Rio there. He was skin and bones when he came to us. His owner had been starving him and he almost didn't make it. Now … Learn More
I'm one of the 4 bunnies (Gage is my brother) that were dumped on someone's front steps in a box with my siblings. Fortunately for us, that family was really nice and took us into the house and did … Learn More
The Georgia House Rabbit Society (GHRS) is a nonprofit, all volunteer, 501c(3) organization dedicated to the rescue, care and re-homing of domestic rabbits in need.
The GHRS has their own rabbit shelter, called the Rabbit Center, based out of Marietta, Georgia. In addition to providing housing for our rescued bunnies, the shelter also serves as a learning center, a boarding facility and a source for quality rabbit supplies.