Since our founding in 1988, House Rabbit Society went from a small group of dedicated volunteers in the San Francisco Bay Area, led by Marinell Harriman and her husband Bob, to an international organization, hundreds of volunteers strong, stretching from California to Rhode Island, and including Canada, Australia, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong and Italy.
With your help, we have rescued, as of the end of 2011, almost 28,000 rabbits. That means by the end of 2012, we are on track to have rescued our 30,000th rabbit. House Rabbit Society's philosophy is that every rabbit's life is of value. Every bunny is worth saving…if only we had the resources.
And there's no way to count how many people we have helped through our educational materials—our website, which still remains the single greatest and most widely read source of information about rabbits on the internet (no small feat!), the House Rabbit Journal, the House Rabbit Handbook, our posters, handouts, brochures, our classes, and all of our other publications and outreach activities. Through those efforts, we have saved countless additional lives. And we couldn't have done any of it without your help.
Your donations to House Rabbit Society enable us to continue to do what we are known around the world for doing: rescuing rabbits and helping the public to care for these often misunderstood, neglected, and ill-treated creatures. Every donation buys a rabbit somewhere in the world just a little bit more time. That's what Freckles, the bunny in front of the clock in our logo represents: a little bit more time. So please, send in your donation today!