Throwback: Found but Still Lost

Around this time every year, I publish a story that I wrote in 2016… a reminder to some, new knowledge to others, about why Rescue exists. We won’t stop until they are all safe and loved. Found but Still Lost I am the initial point of contact when someone emails information@longislandrabbitrescue.org.  This month, the number… Continue reading Throwback: Found but Still Lost

Paddington

For everyone celebrating something today, I wish you and yours a happy one. I had the honor of spending yesterday with a very special boy, local celebunny Paddington.   In a town in central Nassau county, about two months ago, a woman found a domestic rabbit in her yard. She was able to pick him… Continue reading Paddington

We Won’t Stop

Around this time every year, I publish a story that I wrote in 2016… a reminder to some, new knowledge to others, about why Rescue exists. We won’t stop until they are all safe and loved. Found but still lost I am the initial point of contact when someone emails information@longislandrabbitrescue.org.  This month, the number… Continue reading We Won’t Stop

Equivalent Advantage

Members of our Rescue team were on two missions today: one squad was out on a catch and another squad was conducting adoptions. The catch was unsuccessful and the adoption didn’t happen. The abandoned rabbit was super scared and elusive. The environment in which he’s been abandoned is complicated. The adopter came to meet adoptable… Continue reading Equivalent Advantage

Ashley

You bought a rabbit.  I don’t know why.  Maybe your kids were begging you for one, promising they would take care of her.  Maybe you thought a rabbit would be an easy starter pet.  Maybe you didn’t think much about it, just bought her on a whim—she was cute.  Or maybe someone bought her for… Continue reading Ashley