Poe was found by good samaritans in Triangle Bog near Kent. He’s a sweet little man, who adores attention and love! He displays the scanning activity of a lot of red-eyed rabbits that is indicative of not great eyesight but that does not slow him down at all. We think he would make a great potential friend for another rabbit as well as he gets along great with his foster brother.
His coat is thick and dense and requires regular grooming, which he is a very good boy for. He has the most epic bunny flops we’ve seen


Jojo is a little bit on the timid and shy side when you first meet her, but once she’s comfortable with you she can be the sweetest girl ever! She does not do as well with loud noises. And loves to chew on anything and everything especially new toys!


Mara came from a rough start, living in a tiny cage she could barely turn around in. Once she got some good food, love, and space to stretch her legs, she became an entirely different bun. She’s sassy and spunky, and almost always happy. (Binky QUEEN) Her litter box habits are pretty good for her age, and she could be a great free roam bun in the right situation. Her glorious mane needs more tending than the average bun, but she’s usually pretty well behaved for a brush. She’s a fantastic rabbit, and could be a great starter bun.

Please contact Maggie Reading mreading@ohare.org 216-509-9715

This bunny in HRS foster care needs a permanent home. All HRS rabbits are spayed/neutered, litterbox-trained, and socialized.


Blackberry is a social young male bunny. He loves to greet you and give a kiss to your hand. He has very good litter box skills and loves to chew on cardboard boxes or his toys. He is good with kids and will beg for a treat. He loves his exercise time and will show off his binky skills!