Welcome to Special Bunny!

Our Mission: Special Bunny serves house rabbits and the people who love them through rescue, rehabilitation, rehoming and sanctuary. We promote compassion, community and proper care, with a focus on elderly and special-needs bunnies.

We are a Seattle-area house rabbit rescue and we have lots of great, healthy bunnies for adoption. We are also experts when it comes to special-needs house rabbits, and we want our website to become a resource for special-needs bunny owners. We care for 60-80 bunnies at our shelter, and we provide permanent sanctuary for bunnies who need specialized care. We are an all-volunteer, registered 501(c)3 organization. 

Enjoy our latest news & updates on our Special Bunny Rescue Facebook Page. Use the navigation on the left to dive into detailed information about our shelter, our bunnies, advice, resources, and much much more!

1 week ago

Special Bunny

Happy alumni update: Wallace & Puppet! 😍 Years back, longtime supporter (and fabulous artist! @brandyagun on Instagram) Brandy unexpectedly found little lop Wallace out by their mailbox, absolutely tiny and covered in ticks 😱 Wallace of course won her heart instantly, and after rehab, settled in to rule his kingdom alone. Until: Puppet! Abandoned at an airport customs office and scheduled for euthanasia, Puppet was saved by a kind courier who sought help everywhere. With your support, Angie was able to somehow stretch and squeeze Puppet in, with literally nowhere else to go. Fortunately it wasn't for long -- Wallace was understandably smitten on their first date, and today they reign together 🤩 As Brandy shared last week: "Puppet and Wallace took over my chair when I got up, and when I went to pick up Puppet to move her she growled and bit me!!! 😂 It was just a warning nip and didn’t break the skin, but geez - she is a bossy one at times. I really scolded her and it didn’t phase her a bit. In fact she started binking when she was back on the floor. She is a character. We love her so much!" ... See MoreSee Less

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