Education: To reduce the number of unwanted rabbits and to improve the lives of companion rabbits by educating the public and assisting humane societies.
Adoption: To help rabbits in area shelters, or those that shelters can no longer care for, to find permanent homes.
Rabbits available through the Minnesota Companion Rabbit Society are all homeless rabbits taken in through partnerships with local animal shelters and animal control facilities. The rabbits have been examined by veterinarians, are sterilized and microchipped, and are cared for by private foster homes.
The goal of the MCRS adoption program is to match these rabbits with families like yours to best accommodate the needs and interest of both. The MCRS adoption process includes an application, a phone interview, and a meeting with the rabbit(s) you are interested in.
The adoption fee for a single rabbit is $90, and a bonded pair fee is $150 (plus tax).
This fee is nonrefundable because adoption fees help to cover costs involved in caring for a rabbit prior to his/her adoption. Each rabbit receives a behavioral assessment and spay/neuter surgery. In addition to daily care, foster rabbits benefit from socialization and litter-box training during their stay with MCRS.
If you are interested in adopting a rabbit, please email
us to receive an application and other rabbit adoption and care materials.
Thank you for your interest in adopting a homeless rabbit!