If you are surrendering your rabbit due to moving, read this article by the HRS on getting your landlord to say YES to rabbits.
If you are surrendering your rabbit due to allergies, please read our page on Rabbits & Allergies first.
Also browse our community outreach section to see if we can help!
Magic Happens Rabbit Rescue unfortunately has to keep a waiting list as our foster homes stay full. Please read our Wait List Information page to read information on how to add your rabbit or guinea pig to our wait list and see other options to try while you wait. If you have an emergency need to surrender, please let us know by checking it off in online form that is available on the Wait List Information page as well. If you have another type of pet, please contact us first.
While it may difficult for you or those in your household, sometimes finding another suitable home for your bunny can be the best option for both your family as well as the bunny's well-being. Feel free to read more about MHRR and some of our feedback on the About MHRR page.
When your pet is surrendered to MHRR, he or she will be kept in an approved foster home with one of our volunteers. You can print out our Custody Transfer Form and bring it with you or fill it out online in advance. We will find out which volunteer is closest to you and have them contact you to schedule a pick-up or drop-off time, or you can drop them off at our vet clinic once approved. If you are sending a cage with the rabbit, please let us know as well so we can make sure the volunteer has enough room in their home or vehicle to transport or house it properly. Previous owners are always welcome to call or email to check up on their bunny.
Magic Happens does NOT charge surrender fees like some rescues. However, you may consider sponsoring its snip (if it is not yet spayed or neutered) by donating the amount needed for its surgery. Visit our Sponsor-A-Snip page for more information.
It is illegal in Louisiana and much of the US as pet rabbits are domestic animals, not wild animals (they have been bred to have different body types and lost some of their natural instincts). Besides legal issues, you can read more reasons why here.