AARR Frequently Asked Questions

How do we foster?

Interested in fostering? Great! We require you to fill out a foster application form. This form will help us to get to know you better and help us select the right bunny for you to foster.

What do fostered bunnies come with?

AARR provides all the essentials for the bunnies: Housing, litter boxes, litter pellets, hay, and food/water bowls.

For more information on what fosters come with and how to become a foster, click here:

What do adopted bunnies come with?

What the adoptees come with, depends on what adoption package you purchase. Learn more about the different packages by clicking here:

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*BUNNY NUTRITION*


What my bunny can and can’t have:

Bunnies can be finicky little creatures and require a fairly strict diet. With a lot of misinformation on the web, it can be hard to find what is best to feed and the right amount of it. We have compiled a list of information on what is safe for your rabbit and what isn’t. You can find this list (and more!) here:

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Diet Proportions

DISCLAIMER:

Although we are House Rabbit Society educators and try to help where we can, we are not veterinarians, and none of our information should be construed as veterinary advice. If your animal is acting unwell or you have concerns for your animal's well being, please contact your veterinarian.