Archived Pages from 20th Century!!
The House Rabbit Society is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization with two primary goals:
Since 1988 over 2,800 rabbits have been rescued through House Rabbit
Society foster homes across the country. The House Rabbit Society has been
granted a tax-exempt status under the Internal Revenue code for prevention
of cruelty to animals.
the House Rabbit Society
Donating to the House Rabbit Society
Subscribing to the House Rabbit Journal
Subscribing to the Rabbit Heath News
HRS General Policies
Contacting Local HRS Represenatives
Orange County, CA
San Diego, CA
San Francisco, CA
kind of person does it take to live with a house rabbit?
What to expect from a new house rabbit
Adopting: Baby Bunnies vs. Adults - which is right for you?
Looking for that "Special Rabbit"?
How to order the House Rabbit Handbook
about rabbit overpopulation
Finding an "abandonded" litter of rabbits
Finding a Home for an Unwanted Rabbit
How to say "Rabbit" in many different languages
Hypertext Version of the HRS House Rabbit FAQ
Plaintext Version of the HRS House Rabbit FAQ
Finding a good rabbit vet FAQ
Baby Bunnies vs. Adults
Medical Information & Facts
For UK folks: Info on the deadly VHD disease
The dangers of clumping litters
Recommendations for Good Rabbit Vets
Fun Toys For Your Rabbit
The facts about Poinsettia (they're NOT poisonous)
Mail order sources for rabbit supplies
for Volume II of the House Rabbit Journal
On-line Articles From the House Rabbit Journal (Volumes I - III)
Ordering back-issues of the House Rabbit Journal
"Subscribing" to the House Rabbit Journal
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