Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue was founded in 1993 by Cat Logsdon. We are a local, non profit (501(c)3), no-kill rabbit welfare organization based in San Gabriel, California. Our mission is threefold:
- to rescue, treat, spay/neuter and place as house pets, rabbits that have been abused, neglected, injured or dumped;
- to educate the public on rabbit health care and needs;
- to stop the irresponsible breeding and selling of rabbits.
Because we are a no-kill organization, we and our Foster Friends and volunteers are able to spend as much time as is needed with each rabbit, getting to know its special personality and taking care of each bunny’s individual needs. Once the bunny is spayed or neutered and its veterinary needs are taken care of, it is socialized and house and litter box trained. By this point we and our volunteers are well acquainted with each bunny, thus enabling appropriate bunny-human matches to be made. Sometimes, rabbits are considered un-adoptable for varying reasons such as illness, age, past trauma, ongoing medical care; or perhaps they have been in foster care and not adopted for so long they are welcomed to the Zooh Corner Sanctuary.
We work with many different kinds of rabbits from all walks of life and in doing so learn more about rabbits and their needs all the time. We work with several different vets and we do our best to keep updated on all aspects of rabbit care and needs. Zooh Corner provides free educational material to veterinary offices, pet stores and the general public through information pamphlets, monthly adoption events, our web site, and through our newsletter – Zooh News.