We value our care and time spent in fostering our rescued pets. All surrender requests are responded to within 1-2 hours of receiving application. Our volunteers spend hours arranging with foster homes that can accommodate the pets families wish to surrender.
Unfortunately in the future we will require ALL surrenders have wellness checks prior to accepting a surrendered pet.
Please considerate when moving that you check with your new resident that they accept all types of animals not just dogs & cats. A pet is a family member and does not wish to be left behind. Please think of contacting us last if you feel that the requirements and time we take to accommodate your pet into the rescue.
We are having constant issues with surrender applicants give their pets up to other rescues or stating they already "Got Rid" of the pet after contacting us. This sadly wastes our valuable time to care for and re-home the current rabbits and small animals in our foster homes.
If this continues we may have to CLOSE our surrender program permanently.
Kill shelters may continue to contact us for help.
Sissy has the best while being in our rescue. We had her on fleece liners until February 2020, the liners are okay, but the fleece was getting worn. In February 2020 we received a very generous donation of GuineaDad liners. We think they are well made and do the job of keeping our critters happy and dry. Our foster homes use them for their foster piggies and we encourage people to give them a try.
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Mr Winnipig went to his permanent home last week. If he gets along with Taco, they will live in the same habitat
Born 2/18/18 and have been neutered. Sadly the owner is allergic to them so we are trying to find them a permanent home. Please remember that a rabbit can live 12 years or more, and they are not a cheap pet to have. They require special vets, foods and enrichment for them to remain happy and healthy.
Dennis Hopper and Dwayne McFluffy are two pair-bonded, neutered and litter-box trained mini-lop rabbits, age 2. They are pedigreed and have been raised exclusively indoors in Michigan. Both are sweet and gentle. Dwayne is smart and energetic; Dennis likes to take things slow. The pair are inseparable and are usually snuggling in their condo.
If you're interested in adopting these two cuties fill out our Adoption Application!
Binky & Pookietoo, and Fiona enjoyed Mother's Day with their Mom's. They were previously thrown away like yesterday's trash and lucky for them transferred to Rabbit & Small Animal Rescue. We placed them in great homes where they are part of the family. Even though they have had expensive health issues as they got older in their forever homes, we never have to worry they will be euthanized for treatable health issues as long as they continue to enjoy life. We are a no kill rescue and want our foster homes and adopters to value their life as we do. In over 13 year's, only one foster home didn't want to abide by our no kill policy. Since they had a different view of life and suggested on several occasions to euthanize we discontinued allowing them to foster. They felt a few didn't deserve to live.... those critters are still enjoying life 5 years later in their forever loving homes.
The Queen tooting her horn on this Easter day showing Loki how talented she is. She is a very lucky girl to have been adopted by a family that treats her like more then a family member. Thanks Delia for taking such good care of Queen Emma.....and of course Loki
April 3, 2020
Miss Piggy is very smart and says to stay safe and keep others around you safe. If you behave like you had the virus and are mindful of where you put your hands and wash them for at least 20 seconds. Please cover your mouth when coughing and sneezing, wash hands after coughing/sneezing, touching surfaces when you don't know what could be on the surface and after remove gloves.
March 13, 2020
Cupcake and Muffin went to their forever home this afternoon. They were originally purchased for a child and the child lost interest. The mother took over care for about 1.5 years and then could no longer take care of them.
Regarding injured wildlife, please contact a wildlife rehabber if you find they have injuries, just don't dump in a parking lot. Stuff happens all the time, lawn mowers, weed whips, cats, dogs, cars injure and kill them daily. Why not try to save those that can be saved? We take their land to build human habitat's, we poison their food so we can have green grass. The earth belongs to more then just humans.
Rest in peace little one. We are sorry that some human ran a weed whip over your little body and then dumped you in a parking lot instead of taking you to a vet or rehabber so you may have lived.
Our rescue was contacted about this rabbit today. We contacted a wildlife rehabber and went to pick up and transport, but we were too late.
Reminder: Many no-kill rescues remain full 365 days a year and will take back any pet that was adopted from them. Many pets are euthanized when purchased from a breeder or pet store because they won't take back, and rescues are FULL! Our rescue is volunteers and foster homes, there is no facility. Please be a responsible pet parent and be willing to make a LIFETIME commitment to the pet you bring home BEFORE bringing home. Do your research too. Chinchilla can be a 20 year commitment, a Rabbit can be a 12 year commitment, a Guinea pig an 8 year commitment, some birds 75 year commitment. We continue to get surrender requests from people after they have had their pet less then a year (purchased from breeder or pet store).
Hi everyone. Cupcake and Muffin are our names, we were purchased for a 15 year old when we were babies and after a few short months the child lost interest in us. After 2 years we were surrendered to RASAR. Our nails were so long we couldn't walk well and volunteer cut the nails, and Muffin had a large pus filled cyst on her spine. We were immediately taken to the vet for health check and to have cyst drained in April 2019. The pus is back on Muffin spine so we will see the vet this Friday.
My names is Hickory, I was born on November 25, 2018, I am a smooth hair, tri-colored guinea pig. My bother looks similar to my daddy Aspen, so we call him Aspen Jr, he is grey and white.
We are both very shy, but our foster family is working on making us more comfortable with being handled. Our hair is like satin and we will slip right through your fingers. Because we enjoy our snuggle sack, when we see it, we go in it. Next thing we know we are on the lap enjoying being petted. Only one of us can be in the sack when lifted out for our own safety.
Mama Hope gave birth to 14 babies (4 girls, 10 boys) on June 2, 2019
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Alfalfa is loving his new forever home!!
The only rabbit that should be purchased for Easter is a candy one, not a living one. A rabbit can be a 12 year or more commitment and their vetting is costly, so please discourage your neighbors, friends and relatives from purchasing real rabbits in celebration of Easter OR in the future as a pet for a child. A rabbit is NOT a good pet for children.
29560 W. 7 Mile Rd.
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Flower is our featured friend of the week!!
I am a very happy, playful girl. I don't let my arthritis slow me down, that's real "Flower Power". If you want a bunny that loves being pet and will sit in your lap, I'm your girl! I have so much love in my heart and I cant wait to give it to my forever family!
If you'd like to know more about me visit me on Petfinder!
If you'd like to give me my furever home, fill out an adoption application.