Arkansas Pet Rabbit Network

Arkansas Pet Rabbit Network

Bunnies Looking for Homes

Already-adopted Happy Endings


(Before you contact us about adopting, please make sure you are willing to commit 15 years to an inside rabbit. We do not place rabbits to outdoor homes. ) To adopt one of our bunnies, you will need to complete an application and home visit. All of our bunns are spayed and neutered, so a small adoption fee ($50) applies.


Rabbits are a familiar symbol of the Easter holiday. In the days leading up to it, they appear on television commercials and packages of candy, and stores are filled with stuffed rabbits. It is no surprise that children beg their parents for a bunny of their own. Ill-prepared to care for these unique creatures, their "owners" often quickly tire of them. In the months following Easter, local humane societies and rabbit rescues are flooded with rabbits, former Easter gifts whose "owners" no longer want them. The unlucky ones are dumped outside where predators, cars, illness, and injury virtually guarantee an early death. Rabbits are not a toy for the holiday, they are for life. Learn more and make a responsible choice this Easter.

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Breed Spotlight: the New Zealand
The New Zealand breed  is a large, usually white rabbit with red eyes. It is commonly bred for use in testing labs or as a meat rabbit. Because they are frequently handled by people who don't care much for them, they are bred to be sweet, loving, and friendly. Please don't let the red eyes scare you away - this breed is one of the the most rewarding bunnies because of their calm and easy demeanor - make a New Zealand part of your family and you won't be sorry!








Hey, why not adopt two? Good things about having a pair....