Adopt Adult Rabbits!

Please support responsible citizens in helping place their pets in new homes and cut this endless cycle of rabbit abandonment at parks! And shelter rabbits lose their lives quickly as they chew up everything and the cage mats. 

Local Rabbit Adoption

Catnip and Carrots 

Huntington Beach 

Irvine Animal Care Center Has A Farm Animal Section!


Irvine Animal Care Center

6443 Oak Canyon (at Sand Canyon)


CA 92620-4202


Telephone:  949.724.7741

Hours:	Mon		10:00am - 5:00pm

	Wed		10:00am - 7:00pm

	Thurs. - Sat	10:00am - 5:00pm

	Sun		12  noon - 4:00pm

Closed on Tuesdays.


Dear  Kids and Parents,

There are lots of rabbits in shelters who need good homes. Every child wants a bunny at one time or another because they are so cute. Children can often lose interest in rabbits because they don’t respond to humans in the same way that kittens and puppies do. Parents need to be ready to be the caretaker when that happens?

Rabbits can be wonderful, charming family members if parents and children educate themselves first. Caring for a rabbit is not like caring for a dog or cat. They are very social, and need lots of interaction with humans. They do not thrive when left in a hutch in the backyard.

A good source for rabbit information is www.rabbit.org or The House Rabbit Handbook. Let learning about rabbits before you buy be a family project.

Your furry friend, 


Always Spay and Neuter Rabbits!

 Neuter A Male Rabbit


 Animal Medical Center


Fountain Valley, CA

 Spay Female Rabbits $75.00

 Animal Medical Center


Fountain Valley, CA

Do You Have a Rabbit That Needs A New Loving home?

LIST Your RABBIT For Adoption

[email protected]

Please remember to give us your contact details..

$ 10.00 donation For 6 month

Pre-Loved Rabbits Need Homes

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List Your Rabbit Here To Get A New Home! The Network 949.759.3646

Always spay, neuter, microchip, collar and tag your pets.

Desperate Felines

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Orange and White Male, Neutered



Orange & White Male Neutered

Conrad and Spots 

These two orange and white year old brothers really need your help. Spots and Conrad aren’t mean or destructive, they just want to hide until they feel safe. They really need a permanent home.

Their hiding and avoidance has found them difficult to adopt. Children believe that the cats don’t like them and most adults want to experience a relationship with an affectionate cat. The two were not born feral and are not abused. Their mother was simply a stray that was given food and shelter and the babies were left alone to frolic and play indoors while their rescuer worked long hours.  Conrad and Spots will settle into a new home with a patient pet-parent who we can teach to use food as a behavior modifier that would encourage them to bond.

Please call the organizations cell phone 949.533.0411, or give a donation to support pro-life rescue. Memo your check , non-profit tax ID 33-0971560 and mail to Community Animal Network, P.O. Box 8662 Newport Beach, CA, 92658.

E-MAIL [email protected]

Best Breeds for Allergic Dog-lovers

According to the 1998 AKC allergy info page the Basenji, Bedlington Terrier, Bichon Frise, Chinese Crested., Italian Greyhound, erry Blue Terrier, Maltese, Miniature Schnauzer, Poodle, Portuguese Water Dog and the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier are the best for people that are allergic.

ACHOO! First off, there is no such thing as a hypoallergenic dog. There are strategies that can help the afflicted to cope. It’s not the fur that allergy sufferers react to…exactly. Although the fur conveys the real offenders, the dander, the saliva and the urine which in turn carry the canine allergen. The eye reddening protein can stay aloft in the home or alight on the rugs and furniture. The AKC recommends that you visit an allergist. Bathe your dog every week or so (take care not to dry out your dog’s skin). Have an allergy non-sufferer take the pooch outdoors for a good brushing. A good diet prevents the dog’s hair loss and the accompanying dander loss. Make the bedroom off limits. Cover mattresses and cushions with plastic. Do what you can to keep surfaces clean. Air filters and purifiers help. Information provided by www.selectSmart.com.

Fast Facts

Why Dogs Need a Lot of Help

  1. Most dog owners “cannot afford the time” it takes to find their dog a new home.
  2. Fewer homes are available because people are busier with less time to walk a dog.
  3. People are often unwilling to provide “foster care” to dogs that have no behavior history
  4. Many believe shelter dogs have behavior problems and therefore are less likely to be adopted.
  5. There are few veterinarians and boarding kennels willing to give animal organizations “free” or substantially discounted kennel space.
  6. There are more available large dogs and their lives are at risk at the shelters because the public is wanting small dogs.
  7. Urban housing restricts the size of the animals in the home and apartments placing more dogs at risk.
  8. Apartments are more strictly enforcing a “no pets” rule or “cats only” rule. There are fewer available homes for dogs.
  9. Real Estate management companies simplify their property management by not allowing pets at all.
  10. Private parties less frequently rent to dog owners.



Questions? Comments? Email: [email protected]

Note!Always spay, neuter, microchip, collar and tag your pets.