Our first questions are always about the housing your plan to provide your bunny or bunnies.
We must see photos of your bunny housing before we can proceed.
We do have adoption fees for single bunnies and pairs. We hope to be in touch with all of our adopters so we can help with any issues you may encounter in your bunny-ownership adventures.
If everything goes well, you will fill out a second form, our adoption contract.
Part of that contract says that you will never give your bunny away without contacting us--you can ALWAYS bring a Special Bunny rabbit back to us, no questions asked.
Here are some of the criteria we use when assessing bunny housing: The adoption application helps us understand your housing situation and your expectations for your new pet, and it also lets us know you are serious about potentially adopting.
Once we have your application, we'll contact you to set up an appointment for you to come out to the shelter and meet the bunnies...which can include a 'speed dating' session for your existing rabbit.
Our shelter is approximately 30 minutes from downtown Seattle--it's a pleasant drive.
We don't publish our address for our own safety and the safety of our animals.Expect to be asked lots of questions about everything mentioned on this page...including how much research you've done, the housing you intend to provide for your rabbits, existing pets, kids, etc.We're thrilled you are interested in adopting one (or more! We care a lot about every one of our bunnies, so we ask that you be very prepared for the adoption process.Please use our site to do some basic research and preparation for your new family member: We try to keep all of the information about our adoptable bunnies on Petfinder, and you can see all of our Petfinder listings here.Here's what to keep in mind as you look at our adoptables: Do you already have a bunny? As much as we'd love to keep our Petfinder listings perfectly accurate, we're pretty busy and we often have bunnies who are available but not listed on Petfinder.