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21 hours ago

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TAKE ME HOME TUESDAYThis sweetie is Vixen, and she is very eager to meet you!Her foster mama says, "It is hard to spend any amount of time with Vixen without searching for excuses to spend more time with her. And the feeling is mutual; Vixen loves being a house rabbit! Once running for her life on the streets of Philadelphia, this beauty now spends her days happily flopped out in sunbeams. Vixen is a larger girl and will need ample room, but don’t be surprised if she prefers to cuddle up next to you! Vixen has superb eating habits and litter box skills."If you would like a new cuddle buddy in your life, Vixen hopes you will consider her and email bunnies@luvnbunns.org for an application! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

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HOPPING HOMEOne more adoption to round out the weekend! Congratulations to this sweet boy and his fabulous new family. We wish you all so many fun and joyful years together! ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

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DOUBLE THE HOPPINESSTwo adoptions today = double the excitement here at LNB. We are so delighted for these two as they hop off to their wonderful forever homes. Both were found as strays - from wandering outside, all alone in such a big world, to a lifetime now of being loved and treasured. Nothing could make us happier! ❤️❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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7 days ago

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HAPPY “TAILS”It makes our hearts so joyful to get updates on the bunns who have hopped through our network. Who remembers LNB alum Stanzy? She was such a shy and timid girl during her time with us, but it turns out all she needed was the perfect forever home. Now her days consist of binkies, playtime, and hopping til she flops! It is a remarkable transformation for this honey bunny, who just celebrated her second birthday this week. We couldn’t be more thrilled! 💕 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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TAKE ME HOME TUESDAYMeet Lil! This sweet boy came to us from NYCACC, and he’s crossing his paws that the next hop of his journey will take him to his forever home. He is a calm and gentle little guy, with such expressive blue eyes and ears that can’t quite decide which way they want to go. Lil knows where HE wants to go, though - home with you! If you’d like to make that happen, please email bunnies@luvnbunns.org for an adoption application! ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Luv-N-Bunns
HELP WANTEDHoping for (more) hops and flops in your life? We can help with that! We’re always looking for volunteers to join our adoption center team, and are particularly in need of some extra help for the morning shifts. If you have a little spare time, you could make a big difference for our bunnies as they wait for their forever homes. Brighten the day of so many bunns - and your own day, too. We guarantee it will fill your heart with hoppiness. For a volunteer application, please email bunnies@luvnbunns.org. The bunns are crossing their paws and hope to see you soon! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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$5 FRIDAY - S’MORESS'mores arrived at a shelter after being found dumped in a park and without the use of his back legs. We wanted to give this dear bunny a second chance and made a foster spot available for him next-day.. This sweet little treat arrived via transport, and we had him seen at our vet shortly thereafter. Though S'mores has a way to go with his recovery from abandonment and neglect, we're hopeful that with the right care and perhaps even the aid of a wheel chair he'll have many hoppy days ahead. He is the sweetest bunny and we are so happy to be able to help S'mores. We would appreciate any small donation towards covering the cost of S'mores' vet bills. Thank you so much for your kindness and support!Donations may be made via:Via the 'Donate' button in this post Via the 'Please Donate' graphic on our homepage www.luvnbunns.orgVia Venmo @Luv-n-Bunns-Rabbitrescue - (see our logo, last 4 digits of phone 9184)Via Paypal - luvnbunns@gmail.comVia Zelle to Elizabeth Luczyszyn - lizzymcneil@hotmail.comVia Cashapp to $ElizabethLuczyszynPlease note that S’mores will not be available for adoption until he receives a clean bill of health from our vet and is vaccinated for RHDV2. If you are interested in adopting from or fostering for our rescue, please email bunnies@luvnbunns.org for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Luv-N-Bunns
SOMEBUNNY TO LOVEWhat better way to celebrate #NationalPetDay than with a bunny bonding date? Here’s to somebunny to love today and always! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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BUNNY CARE CORNERHiya, everybun! Another Wednesday has hopped its way toward us, which means it's time for BCC. Now that Easter is in the rearview mirror and rescues everywhere are bracing for the months ahead, I come to you today with a very important reminder that I hope you will help me share: domestic rabbits should never, ever, EVER be released, dumped, or abandoned outside.Even though Ma and the other LNB humans are always mentioning this, it is still really hard for me to wrap my furry little head around the idea of anyone just letting a bunny loose like that. The thought of a bunn wandering outside all alone, looking for food, and shelter, and a temporary place to call home as it tries so, so hard to protect itself ... it makes me super sad. Domestic bunnies deserve to live a pampered life. Some (*ahem* me) might even say a spoiled life. A home indoors, with family to love us, a soft place to relax our paws, and enough food so that we don't ever have to worry about being hungry (I mean hungry for real ... not "hungry," as in we haven't eaten for 19 minutes and are pretending to be starving) ... this is what us bunns dream of and hope for.But here's the thing. Sometimes people or families can't keep their bunny for a legitimate reason. And that's okay. Things happen. Life happens. But if this is the case, I am here to beg: PLEASE DO NOT RELEASE OR ABANDON THAT RABBIT OUTDOORS. Domestic rabbits are not equipped to survive that. RHDV2. Predators (like hawks, foxes, and more). Vehicles. Toxic pesticides and weed killers. Temperatures that are too hot or cold. These are just some of the dangers that face a bunny abandoned outside. Domestic bunns do not have the survival skills to make it through this safely.And even the ones who DO manage to beat the odds can suffer emotional scars from it. Take my brother Bandy, for example. He was dumped on a construction site, where he lived for at least a whole month before he was rescued. Now, most of the time you would never know what he went through. He’s a super happy, energetic, and affectionate rabbit who loves to play with his toys, binky on the bed, zoom around endlessly, and find new ways to make Ma's head explode (hahaHA).But something about his traumatic experience must have stayed with him, because there are still noises that terrify him. Leaf collection vehicles ... a creak in the floor ... car motors that vibrate outside ... even the jingle of the ice cream truck has sent him fleeing under Ma's desk. He is proof that when you dump a bunn, the effects linger long after he or she is brought to safety (assuming they are one of the "lucky" ones who ARE rescued).Sadly, friends, the abandonment of rabbits is never-ending. But here's what you can do to help. If you know someone who can't keep their bunn any longer, please tell them to surrender the rabbit to a rescue or shelter instead of setting it "free" outdoors. Because free is not free ... free means that rabbit is in danger. When you relinquish a bunny instead, he or she will be much, much safer. Think about it. Which would you choose : a life fending for yourself in a world that's big and scary, or a second chance at a home where you can be comfy and cozy, like Bandy and I are in these pictures?Us bunns vote for that second chance, too. Please help us all get it. Every rescue is overwhelmed with requests right now and it's about to get worse, which means many (including LNB) have a very long wait list. But please, please, please, if you have contacted a rescue, hang in there and wait until a spot opens up. You will be saving a life by doing so.Until next time...Nose boops and binkies,Jasper Jellybean 🐰 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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TAKE ME HOME TUESDAYMeet Gene! This friendly fella is SO ready to find his forever family. Ask any of our adoption center volunteers, and they'll tell you he is always happy to receive ALL the attention you have to offer. He is a sweet and curious bunn, and would love the chance to explore in a home of his very own. If you'd like to make him the hoppiest boy, email bunnies@luvnbunns.org for an adoption application! ... See MoreSee Less
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