Fostering saves rabbit lives! Foster families are the cornerstone of our organization.
The Rabbit is a highly social, intelligent, sensitive and a wonderful companion animal. Rabbits need to live in close proximity to their families (foster and permanent families). Due to social, safety and health needs the rabbit lives indoors with their foster family– All CCRR rabbits are House Rabbits. Gone are the days of old dirty hutches, unhealthy wire cage bottoms, illness from exposure to the elements and predators. Today’s house rabbits use quality, clean enclosures with plenty of room to move and play. Rabbits are clean, wonderful indoor companions using litter boxes and special flooring. They are also quiet, fun, relaxing and charming in the way they move or jump for joy (called a binky). Each rabbit’s personality is different and there is the right home for every bunny. Rabbits can get along with cats, dogs and birds. Rabbits live 8-12 yrs!
Every rabbit needs attention, proper food, housing, love, grooming and support. Our foster families are trained to provide for the needs of rabbits in our care. At times when a foster bunny first arrives they may have special needs. All have been abandoned and are in need of help and support. No matter the rabbit’s situation, as foster families, we help the rabbit adjust, heal and get ready to meet their permanent families.
CCRR foster families are compassionate, loving people who choose to share their heart and home with a special rabbit(s) in need. Fosters make a big difference in the life of every rabbit they help.
Foster Training is provided: Our foster site educators will provide you with the training and information you will need to properly care for your foster rabbit. We will also provide all initial set up supplies: Enclosure, flooring, litter box, food water crocks, hay basket and toys.
All CCRR foster rabbits live indoors with their foster family. Naturally we will teach you all about living with a house rabbit. Fostering is fun and rewarding.