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Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue

Donate to Zooh CornerWe are a non-profit, no-kill rabbit rescue. Get information about our organization, find out how to become a volunteer, and learn about other ways to help bunnies. Want to stay up to date with Zooh News?  Then subscribe to one of our news feeds!

What’s New at Zooh Corner?

rp_IMG_5016-300x225.jpgPets Helping Pets Campaign

Ahoy there, mateys! The Dread Pirate Wesley Wigglebottom, a rescued ‘meat” baby, pictured here with his brothers, Alvin, V.G.B. and Tonka, request a parlay.

Pets Helping Pets” is a simple challenge that will give out over $1000 worth of plunder to various nominated rescue groups. Arrrrrr!!!

The goal is to get more *new* signatures on the petition asking Whole Foods to stop selling rabbit meat and we need your support!

Every new person who signs the petition can list their favorite rabbit rescue. The rescue with the most new signers will receive over $300 worth of rabbit related treasure! That be a mighty good plunder!

Our goal is to reach 50k signatures over the next eight weeks! We can do this—together. For the bunnies!

Please check it out; it is super easy to do.

More details here! Please share to your Facebook walls and via email….to groups, on Twitter—anywhere you can! Share it often, and encourage your friends to share!

rp_IMG_5016-300x225.jpgSacramento “Meat” Rabbits Arrive at Zooh Corner

On January 16th, 2015, our four babies from the Sacramento “Meat” Rabbit Rescue arrived. We are overjoyed… and heartbroken when we look at their injured and missing toes, knowing the suffering they have been through in their short time on earth. They are just babies! (Many thanks to Lisa Rockwell and her mum from being their taxi service!)

On Christmas Eve, December 24, 2014, nineteen baby “meat ” rabbits were saved from neglect and death at the hands of a meat rabbit breeder in Sacramento. These poor, terrified, injured babies, taken away from their mama too soon, were being sold as food (for snakes or humans, breeder didn’t care). Due to the inhumane, filthy, dangerous conditions that these rabbits were kept in all of them were injured and requiring medical care. A dog had been terrorizing them from beneath their wire cage and all are all missing toes or parts of toes.

001Our love and thanks to their rescuer, Janet Foster and Second Chance Bunnies Rabbit Rescue, for rescuing and caring for these poor babies! Without her they would have surely suffered more. . .and died. ♥

♥ We at Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue are looking forward to loving our boys, and to giving them the freedom to be bunnies, and the kindness and the care they so desperately need and deserve. ♥

Please consider donating to help us care for them. On top of whatever medical needs they will have (due to their extensive injuries), each bun needs to be neutered ASAP so that they will not get hormonal and need to be separated. Please help with neuters ASAP. These babies have been through enough and they need each other. Bunnies bond closely and they do not need to deal with being separated.


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    Exotic Animal Care Center

Education Seminars 2015 (PDF Flier)  

Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue Presents Free Rabbit Care Seminars 2015 at Exotic Animal Care Center – 2121 East Foothill Boulevard, Pasadena, CA 91107.

Hosted by Dr. Sari Kanfer of Exotic Animal Care Center and Cat Logsdon, founder of Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue, this upcoming seminar series picks up where the 2014 seminar series ended, with more in-depth information about caring for elderly and disabled rabbits, bonding, emergency care, and at-home treatment.

All seminars will offer $25 Healthy Pet exams for rabbits, chinchillas, guinea pigs, and other small mammals.  That’s a savings of over $45, and thanks to the generosity of Dr. Kanfer, all proceeds benefit Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue.  All rabbits must come in carriers!  Exam slots are limited.  Animals who are ill need to be seen during business hours (unless arrangements made prior).  Emergencies will be referred to approved exotics veterinarians.  Contact Exotic Animal Care Center for all of your exotic pet’s medical needs – 626-405-1777.

The Zooh Store will be on hand with fresh hays, toys, supplies, and goodies for sale.  Spa-style grooming will be available at most events.  Also, ask about adoptions and bunny dates.

Please see our flyer for more details!

rp_038.jpgChocy Memorial Fund

We have started a memorial gofundme campaign raising funds in memory of Count “Chocy” Chocula, a Zooh Corner Sanctuary rabbit that has touch the hearts of many.  These funds will go toward our other rescues and sanctuary bunnies.

Chocy was 10-11 years old when he was dumped at a shelter and left to die. But we saw that darling face and our hearts were his. He was so ill! Covered in urine scald, infections in both eyes, one kidney mineralized and not functioning, the other not much better. . .and arthritis along his entire spine and hips. And did I mention the hock sores? The little guy was an adorable, skinny wreck of a bunny—but man-o-man did his personality shine through from the very beginning! Just LOOK at that little face!

See all news and events…

Rabbit News Around the World

Help Stop Whole Foods From Selling Rabbit Meat

Whole Foods started selling rabbit meat in the summer of 2014.  Besides our obvious concern that they are using the very animals we love and support as a commodity – Rabbits are the 3rd most popular pet in the USA – there have been numerous reports on the cruel and inhumane handling of the rabbits throughout the farming process.

We have opposed their decision to introduce rabbit meat in their stores since last summer, where we have joined ranks with other organizations to spread word.  Their refusal to respond to customer concerns have alienated the rabbit lover community.

Despite this, they continue to uphold their decision, and demonstrate nothing but hypocrisy with their “values matter” campaign.  By contrast, stores like Sprouts have proven their desire to listen to their customers.

Ways you can help:

Friends Helping Friends

Bunnies who need a helping paw.

Would you like to have your story featured here?  Contact us!

Explore Zooh Corner

About Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescueabout
We are a non-profit, no-kill rabbit rescue, operating in the San Gabriel Valley in California.  Read about who we are and how we help rabbits.

Adopting Rabbits
We have many wonderful, healthy rabbits that are waiting for a loving home.  Information hosted by Petfinder.

Happy New Beginnings
Read about some of our recent rescues and their happy (hoppy?) endings.

Supporting Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescuedonate
There are many ways you can show your support. From donations to volunteering, fostering to adopting, Zooh Corner would not be what it is today without your help!

News and Recent Eventsnews
We are always busy rescuing rabbits and  providing services to the rabbit community.  Stay in touch!

Upcoming Events
Have a look at what’s on the agenda for future activities.  Event information and tickets hosted by Eventbrite.

Rabbit Health and Careinfo
A pet rabbit requires time, patience and knowledge.  Learn about some of the basics of rabbit health and care.

Frequently asked questions about Zooh Corner.  Have a question that you don’t see here?  Contact us and we can add it!

Browse our network of partners and supporters, including rescues, rabbit health advocates, and rabbit supplies.

Browse pictures and stories from Zooh Corner.  Read about some of our rescues and successful adoptions, as well as our Sanctuary bunnies.

The Zooh Storestore
Need supplies for your bunny?  How about rabbit-themed merchandise?  Anything you purchase from the Zooh Store will support Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue.

Have a question?  Want to help?  Interested in adopting?  Contact Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue for more information.

Featured Links

Comfy Bunny Bed & Breakfast
Going out of town? Need bunny day care? Grooming? Bonding? The Comfy Bunny Bed & Breakfast is a privately run small business by Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue founder, Cat Logsdon.

Exotic Animal Care Center
Devoted Exclusively to the veterinary care of rabbits and other exotic pets. Exotic Animal Care Center supports Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue by:

Fergus the Rabbit and all likenesses there of, the “Got Bunnies?” slogan and all photographs and graphics are copyright and trademarks of Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue and may not be used without express written permission.

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