Please fill out a questionnaire below and we will contact you with more information.

Contact Information:

Are you 18 years or older (required)?
 Please be prepared to show valid ID at the time of adoption.
Who will be the primary caretaker of the rabbit?

Please tell us about why you want to adopt a rabbit:

What qualities and personality are you looking for in your pet rabbit?
Is there a specific rabbit you are interested in?
Why do you want to adopt a rabbit?
How long do you think you will have this rabbit?
How much time do you plan to spend with the rabbit?
How many rabbits do you currently have?
Past Rabbits
If you don't currently have a rabbit, have you had rabbits in the past?
If YES, how many?
If YES, what happened to the rabbit?

Housing and living arrangements:

Do you currently own, rent, or lease your home?
Rent or Lease
If you Rent or Lease your home: do you have permission from your landlord?
How many adults live in the home?
How many children live in the home?
Ages of the child/children?
Visiting Children
Are there children who visit the home regularly?
Ages of the visiting children?
Other Animals
Do you have other pets, or animals that visit your home?
Please list any other animals in the home or that visit regularly, including type/breed/age
What would you do about your rabbit if you suddenly learned you had to move somewhere that did not allow rabbits?
Does anyone in your home have allergies to rabbits or hay?
Under what circumstances would you give up your rabbit? Examples: New job, school or hobby, new roommate or partner who is allergic, starting a family or needing to relocate?

How will you address each of the potential hazards below to make sure your rabbit is safe?

As a Responsible Rabbit Owner:

Where will the rabbit stay during the day? Describe:
Where will the rabbit stay during the night? Describe:
What will you feed your rabbit?
What will you do if your rabbit is sick?
It is strongly recommended that rabbits have a complete health check annually.  Which veterinarian will you use for the care of your rabbit?
Do you understand that we can not guarantee the health of this rabbit?
I am aware that vet bills for rabbits are similar to those dogs and cats with exams starting at  $55+ and treatment, including diagnostics and medicine, can add up quickly.
I agree to provide a yearly vaccine for the rabbit virus, RHDV2. I understand that the exam and vaccine will cost about $100/year, depending on vet. 
I will provide my rabbit with good care, including making sure my rabbit has appropriate food, water, shelter, veterinary care, indoor-only exercise, toys and attention.
I understand that it is never recommended to leave my rabbit unsupervised with children under 10. I will ensure that any child properly handles the rabbit. 
I have considered the time and financial demands of having a rabbit.  I understand that caring for a rabbit can cost approximately $40 a month and that I need to set aside time each day to care for rabbit to keep her/him healthy and happy. 
I understand that rabbits are intelligent animals who require a minimum of 3-4 hours a day of free roam time to socialize with their family. I will make my rabbit an important part of my life and family.
I certify that the above information is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.  I understand that East BayRabbit Rescue reserves the right to deny the adoption of any animal.