Archie's Angels Rabbit Rescue
Archie’s Angels Rabbit Rescue is a registered non-profit organization committed to caring for sick, injured, neglected, and abandoned rabbits. We have dedicated ourselves to saving, rehabilitating, and helping rabbits find safe, suitable forever homes. AARR has saved over 400 bunnies since opening their doors, finding forever homes for rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, a cat, a hamster, and even a rooster!
This rescue is based out of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
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"It makes my heart so happy to know that we are helping provide a better life and give love by fostering these sweet little bunnies. Your rescue is amazing for all you do, and the care and compassion you give."
- Cat Lee
"Archie’s is my favourite non profit organization related to animals and adoptions. They give so much to these sweet animals and made a community for rabbit enthusiasts. Not many people know much about rabbits or their behaviours, I am so lucky to have been in contact with Archie’s as the advice they give has been a life changer for me and my bunnies. If you ever have the chance or space, I highly recommend fostering for them, it’s an amazing positive community and they only have so much space to take in more rescues! Thank you so much Archie’s for everything!"
- Emma Hadford
COMPASSION & BONDING
"I got my first rabbit from a pet store before I knew about Archie’s. She was an amazing rabbit. However, it was over 600$ start up cost as she needed to be spayed and all the supplies. I had her for 5 amazing years before she suddenly passed. I was so sad after losing her, so I contacted Archie’s and they were so kind and compassionate. I started fostering Charlie and Dee and they helped so much with my feeling of loss. Once I was ready to have my own permanent bunny I chose Moose, then there was Chip and then there was Kimiko. I was sad having them all separated, so I contacted Archie’s again, and they were so kind as to bonding all my babies with no additional charge, simply to have my buns happier in the long run. I’m very emotional about my rabbits and when I was concerned or worried about certain behaviours, I was able to contact the bonder and she came to calm me down and get the bunnies back on the bonding track."
- Emma Hadford