Georgia House Rabbit Society is a no kill rabbit shelter and rescue, meaning that every bunny we take in gets the medical attention they deserve, regardless of cost. Rescued bunnies are then socialized and rehabilitated and when deemed healthy, are placed up for adoption. Sometimes rabbits that we’ve taken in have conditions that will require long term or permanent medical care. It could be something simple like eye drops, or maybe an older bun with arthritis. We consider these bunnies to have “Special Needs” because they require a little extra love and personalized attention. If you are willing to take one of these special bunnies into your home, please note that in your adoption application. We will always give you full disclosure on any medical conditions that we are aware of, and can often assist with medical costs if needed.
Sadly, there are some rabbits who’s needs go beyond what most people are capable of seeing to and their long term or complex medical conditions make them ineligible for adoption. There are also bunnies who have been returned or passed over and never adopted. These bunnies are considered to be our “Sanctuary Rabbits” and they are cared for by one of the GHRS Sanctuary Homes for the reminder of their lives. Because of the continuing medical care these rabbits require, donations in support of our sanctuary program are greatly appreciated and will help ensure these special rabbits continue to get the care they deserve. To sponsor one of our sanctuary buns, just view their bio and find the Paypal link and we will make sure that the funds donated go directly to their care. The bunnies will be most grateful that you did!