Contra Costa Rabbit Rescue Needs Your Help.

Contra Costa

Contra Costa Rabbit Rescue is a small, 501(c)(3) non profit community service organization that rescues rabbits from shelters in Contra Costa county in California, provides needed medical care and socialization, then finds indoor homes for them. We are currently raising funds for incisor removal surgery for four special bunnies: Andromeda, Astro, Pugsley, and Jean Gray.

We could use a little help from any bunny tooth fairies out there. Can you help us? If you can, please go to our donation page at Please indicate that your donation is for the Tooth Fairy fund. Thank you!

Posted in Friend Helping Friends

Double Donor May!

Double Donor May 2017It’s DOUBLE DONOR time!

Goal $1000  (Which will be $2k, which means we can pay off our hay and feed the bill entirely 😄, purchase some necessary medications and take care of basic monthly overhead.)

Goal $1000

Donations $410

Need $590

Ends Wednesday at midnight

💰Please help us make our goal. Our double donor is what keeps us going month to month and year to year.💰


*Be sure to follow Fred’s photo and video album to keep up to date on his progress:…

Posted in Fundraising

PetSave Foundation Adoptions Needed

petsave final daysURGENT

🐰The PetSave Bunnies need our help!🐰

They have been given a final date to be out of their facility. June 30.

They still have 22 Rabbits needing excellent homes.

Please!? If you are considering adopting any time with the next millennium, DO IT NOW!

Contact PetSave.

Adopt NOW.

Go to their adoption day.

❤️If you know for sure you are ready to adopt, Contact them now and get prescreened so you can just go and pick out your new family members!❤️

This is one of those times when we need all of our bunny warriors to stand up and help.

And please help spread the word.

Posted in Friend Helping Friends

Fred Rescued and Safe

18300831_10212642043351201_4985465327739671667_nPlease welcome Fred to Zooh Corner.  This little guy made the trip down to us from Kings County Animal Control.  Many thanks to them for helping him with the trip, as one of their techs drove down to Bakersfield and brought Fred along for us.

As soon as he arrived, we got him in to see Dr. Sarah Wills of Exotic Animal Care Center.  His poor eyes and ears are quite a mess. Quite painful. He is not a happy or comfortable bunny, but we will change that. So much infection. So much so that we couldn’t even see if he has a left eyeball, but we are assuming it’s there. Will need to give the medication some time to take effect, then do a recheck, to see what else is going on.

His blood work looked good and so do his x-rays. There appears to be a little arthritis in one of his back knees. You can see on x-rays of his skull that his back teeth are a little uneven and he has some slightly long upper tooth roots. You can also see that there are inflamed pockets of pus at the base of both ears.

He was pretty stressed out today from the drive and from his vet trip. Poor guy. 😢We can certainly understand.

The shelter had him listed as about two years old but we think he’s probably five to seven years old. Will reassess when he is feeling better and the infection is gone.  He will need to return for a recheck and recheck x-rays – to look at his ears and have another peek at his teeth.

Stay tuned for further updates.

His vet bill came out to just under $1000  We can definitely use your donations!


  • On vet account (626)405-1777
  • PayPal account

Thank you all for your love, prayers, donations and support!

Shout out to Debbie Diederich. Thanks for the lovely fresh greens! You’re so thoughtful❤️

Posted in Rescues

Seminar on Bunny Blood Tests and Xrays May 21

2017 May SeminarWhen your bunny is sick, he/she can’t tell you what is wrong. Blood tests, X-rays, fecal cultures, urine tests and even ultrasounds may be needed to assess his or her internal organ function and tell us more about what is wrong. Dr. Kanfer will talk to us about the kinds of situations that call for these diagnostics, what we can learn from them and how they can help form a more complete treatment plan.

On Sunday, May 21, we are having our next free rabbit health seminar at Exotic Animal Care Center.

There will be $30 healthy pet examinations for rabbits, chinnchillas, guinea pigs and other small mammals. There will also be aromatherapy grooming sessions for $15 each and the Zooh Corner Store will be there with lots of hay and toys for your beloved pets!

As always, many thanks to Dr Sari Kanfer and Exotic Animal Care Center for hosting these events – this is our fifth year ad we’re still having fun.

Pick up your tickets on Eventbrite, and we hope to see you and your bunnies there!


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May Double Donor!

2017-04 - May Double DonorOnly a few days to go! We are one quarter of the way there. We can do this!

Every dollar counts and every dollar is doubled. Please donate to help the Zooh Corner Sanctuary Rabbits!

Posted in Fundraising

Friends Helping Friends – Pippin

I don’t typically share a personal fundraisers, but I know Kate and her mom, Richele, personally and I know the work they do. They take in many needy and disabled rabbits and give them a lovely home.

Pippen is a special little guy and he needs help ASAP.


With an already large outstanding vet bill they can use any help they can get for this sweet little guy.  All donations are good donations, no matter the amount.

Thank you. 🖤🐇🖤

Posted in Friend Helping Friends, Frontpage News

Goodbye Edwinna


Little Black Cloud, Fast Eddie (she sold used cars), Angry Eddie. . .so many nicknames, so much personality. We miss so much already – Clementine, Daddy and I. But it was time for you to go and be with Davey Jones and Clyde. And I can picture you all, a tiny happy little trio, with a bossy little girl-bunny taking care of the boys.

Thank you for loving so many in your special, bossy, grumpy way. You were a good little nurse-wife to Davey Jones and Clyde (even though you had no worries about knocking their little tilty-headed butts right over when there were oats to be had). And thank you for loving Clementine. I think she was your heart bunny, really, even though you chased her around sometimes. As old and frail as you were (12-13yrs), you were still the BOSS. But a cuddly and loving one, right?

 Our ‘Little Widows’

🐇Binky In Peace, little one. You are very much loved and very much missed.🐇

Posted in Gone but not Forgotten, News, Sanctuary

Double Donor April

April double donor


 Look at all the cute, special needs bunnies you and our sponsors continue to help

ALL donations matter. ALL donations will be doubled up to $850!

Please help us meet our goal for April!  Double donor will be running until March 31st and any amount helps.

Thank you.

Posted in Fundraising

Goodbye Thalia


We are heartbroken that we had to say good-bye to our sweet, tough, amazing little Thalia today. She has gone to be with her first husbun, Tombo. Susan, Dopey and I were with her, and her passing was peaceful and quick.

Thalia was a little street urchin when she first came to live at Zooh Corner. Found hopping the streets of Hollywood, she was a tiny little spitfire and that only changed, and not completely, when she became ill. Her little husband, Tombo, who left us last year, was extremely shy and she was always very protective and affectionate with him. When Tombo left us, eight year old Dopey (The One Dollar Bunny) came to live with Thalia. He was about twice the size of her, but they were very cute happy little couple.

Good-bye, little one. Give Tombo our love and hop and play and kick up your heels. You’re free now.

Binky In Peace, Thalia. You are loved and you will be missed.

Posted in Gone but not Forgotten, Sanctuary

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