A resident of a Duluth neighborhood looked out her window on Christmas Day 2012 and saw the Easter Bunny! It was Checkers. But it wasn’t until March that his future foster mom saw him and another rabbit when they ran in front of her car. The bunnies ran off before they could be caught but [...]
We are pleased to announce that Sam and Penny have been officially adopted! This pair was apparently so cute, that their foster mom couldn’t part with them and decided to give them a forever home! We know that Sam and Penny must be happy and comfy and their new mom couldn’t be happier. Cheers to [...]
It is crucial for every rabbit owner to know how to take their rabbit’s temperature, as it is a sure gauge of how your rabbit is feeling. Though taking their temperature isn’t particularly difficult, it can be intimidating at first. This is why the GHRS suggests that every bunny owner take the time to learn [...]
Recently, the Georgia House Rabbit Society was invited to speak with the Hayes Homeless Pet Club in Kennnesaw to teach the schoolchildren about rabbits and the responsibilities of owning one. Johna Mennone, the GHRS’ Communication Director brought Butterscotch to the school to share her story with the group. Butterscotch was rescued recently from a hoarders [...]
Meet Trip, a darling little gray rabbit with a tink of brown on his feet. He is missing his left front foot, but it doesn’t keep him from doing anything he wants to do, and you barely even notice it. Trip is a Dunwoody rabbit, and was terrified when he first came to his foster [...]
Chex is a beautiful bunny with of an apricot colored coat and white markings. He loves to get up on his box so he can see his surroundings better. Chex loves his treats and will come straight over for his papaya! He’s a small rabbit, and he’s learning that petting is a nice thing. Chex [...]
We’re pleased to introduce you to, Lincoln, one of the Dunwoody bunnies! He’s full grown yet tiny, coming in at about 3.5 pounds. You will often see Lincoln nibbling on a big long strand of hay. He prefers greens to pellets, but absolutely loves his treats the best!
Did you know that the GHRS offers boarding services at our Rabbit Center? For $14 a day for one rabbit or $18 a day for 2 bonded bunnies sharing a pen, you can leave your bunnies in our experienced care! Unlike other boarding facilities that leave the animals unattended overnight, our Rabbit Center has caretakers [...]