We had 3 adoptions in 1 month - how wonderful!
After 15 months with us, our beautiful Josephine is in her forever home. Our lovely lop ear Catherine whose been with us since August and new, little Theodore who lost no time in charming a loving, forever home were also adopted in October. Thank you to all of our volunteers and foster families who helped us to realize this success. We are very committed to the rabbits we take under our care.
Quebec Rabbit Rescue is pleased to again be part of the Pet Adoption day in Laval organized by CAACQ.
Quebec Rabbit Rescue will present its Theodore for adoption as well as rabbits from SPCA. Please join us, come and meet a rabbit that could become part of your home. A rabbit can bring fun and joy in your life, more than you can expect!
Quebec Rabbit Rescue is run
by volunteers and rescues abandoned domestic rabbits. Working with
the animal shelters in the greater Montreal area, our organization
offers bunnies a second chance at finding their forever
We spay and neuter all of our rabbits prior to adoption. We are a no kill rescue and always provide appropriate medical care to all of our adorable rabbits! We do not have a shelter location. Therefore, we rely exclusively on foster homes and volunteers to shelter our bunnies until their adoption.
December 14, 2013
245 boul. St-Jean, Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 3J1
In autumn, public markets always offer big straw bales along
with the traditional pumpkins. Did you see it as a good deal on
rabbit food? Be careful and make sure you are buying a bale
of hay and not a bale of straw.
Hay is cut and dried grass used to feed herbivores such as horses, cattle, rabbits, etc. Straw is the dried stalks of cereal plants. It has no nutritional value and is a by-product used for bedding, litter and makes the soil lighter when mixed with the ground. Hay has a beige brown color with a green tint while straw has a yellow golden color with a slight gloss.
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