Rabbit & Small Animal Rescue is a small no-kill volunteer rescue group that provides shelter and care for homeless, abandoned, abused and neglected pets that could no longer remain with their previous owners. Each animal is treated with respect and is provided a spacious cage while they are with Rabbit & Small Animal Rescue. We strive to educate the public about their pets and the plight of homeless animals. We support sterilization of rabbits and larger animals and responsible handling of our smaller pets. We screen all adopters to ensure safe, loving homes for our animals.
Rabbit & Small Animal Rescue celebrated their 6th Anniversary on November 7, 2013. In our first year of operation, we have been able to rescue over 200 animals and place 137 furries in permanent, loving homes where they are treated as family members. In our second year of operation we were able to place over 185 furries in permanent homes. For our third and fourth years we did not place as many as in the first two years because of the economy. These animals are alive, happy and healthy thanks to all the great adopters and dedicated volunteers. We are still in need of your donations so we can continuing what we do best. Please click on "How you can help".....we accept PayPal -- this is where you send your tax-deductible donation -- it will only take a minute of your time and will help enable us to continue taking care of these poor homeless creatures.
Rabbit & Small Animal Rescue is happy to announce that we will continue neutering all male guinea pigs (under the age of 3)
Rabbit & Small Animal Rescue has been a charitable partner with PETCO since it was founded on November 7, 2007. PETCO Foundation has made monetary donations and has donated supplies. We would like to thank them for all their support. PETCO has Rabbit & Small Animal Rescue animals in store #1978 located at 43465 Ford Road, Canton, MI . If there is a specific adoptable furry that you would like to meet, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to have that animal in PETCO for you to meet.
January 2014: We adopted out over 100 critters in 2013.