Missouri Breeder Surrenders 21 Rabbits.  
We Are Asked To Help.

The Humane Society of Missouri is overwhelmed with a large number of animals surrendered by a breeder in St. Francois County, including 21 rabbits.  (Photos at bottom of page, we hope to have more soon.)

We are the best, and only organization that can place these bunnies with people we have educated to be good bunny parents, so we will help.  At present, the rabbits are with the Humane Society but we will accept them next week, get them health-checked and take care of any medical needs they have.

The breeder surrender arose right after we accepted six bunnies from a woman entering a shelter for abused women.  We would
always accept bunnies in a situation like hers but, sadly her story is one we hear too often: She bought two bunnies purported to be males; four babies were born soon afterward. The babies are darling little Rexes, only 4-5 weeks old, and are getting lots of attention in our shelter. 

Emergency Donations Needed
Meeting all these bunnies' needs will put a strain on our financial resources, and donations will help us see this through. 
On behalf of all these bunnies in need, thank you!

To read details of the breeder surrender, go to http://www.hsmo.org/news/breeder-closing-hsmos.html

Donations to help these bunnies can be made by clicking the "Donate" buttons here on our website or by mailing a check to:

Missouri House Rabbit Society, St. Louis
P.O. Box 6362
Chesterfield,  MO