Here are just a few of our rescue and success stories, made possible by your support.
- MOnocle (not a typo!) was rescued from the East Valley shelter on February 15, 2014. He was on the BLUE ALERT list (with Cali). He had wounds on his hip and paws, a mild mite infestation, and needed to be neutered. Despite all this, he was otherwise happy and healthy. Check[...]Meet Silas Bun-Bun MonkeyCheeks: "I was found by a very kind couple a little over a year ago. They were not supposed to have a bunny. They kept me outside for a while, but it was getting hot, so they contacted Zooh Corner and asked them if they would take me[...]This little guy was rescued from the Lancaster shelter. As you can see, he was in rough shape. He had ear mites and multiple wounds on his body, presumably from fighting with other rabbits. The worst injuries were to his testicles and anus. They were going to kill him, as[...]This poor little little guy was due to be killed at the Lancaster shelter the morning we at Zooh Corner rescued him. He was seriously under weight, had a really nasty case of mange, messed up incisors and an abscess under his left eye. He was in a lot of pain from[...]OllieSan had a loving family, but one of them passed away and he was given up. He eventually made it to Zooh Corner where he was found to be a smart, social, and affectionate little guy. With a bit of coaxing, he and WoolyWhoo were bonded. These two fabulous lovebirds were[...]This little girl was bought as snake food but the snakes–yes, there were two–did not eat her. Because of three Zooh Corner volunteers, George (Dhanjot), Kate and Keith, she was safely delivered to Zooh Corner Rabbit Rescue. She understandably took some time to come out of her shell, but when[...]Imagine being in a tiny hutch in a garage where extreme temperatures and darkness were your only companions – aside from the pesticides, antifreeze, and other junk piled on and around your cage. Mocha Mohawk endured these horrific conditions for years, with only wire flooring to stand on, and no hay,[...]Bartok was abandoned at a pet store, in a cardboard box, with a broken back and a horrible case of urine scald. Thanks to Laura Dunklee, he is now healthy and happy. Because of his broken back, he is a special needs bunny, as he gets his bladder expressed three times[...]