The Bunny Blog

Rabbit Wranglers is Western PA's only 501(c)3 non-profit that focuses on special needs rabbits. We created this blog to share the stories of rabbits in our area, as well as to increase the community's knowledge about rabbits as pets.

Rabbit Wranglers' mission is to help abused, neglected and abandoned rabbits and educate the public to improve the lives of these companion animals.

Helping people owned by rabbits for over 42 years. Non-profit certification was obtained in 2010.



Ears to You!  
Differently-abled Hopalong Cassidy helps us announce our participation in Giving Tuesday on December 3rd - a national day of giving to inspire individuals to give back and support causes in their communities.On this day, Rabbit Wranglers will launch the “Too Hip to Hop” initiative, which focuses on those rabbits (like Hopalong Cassidy) with physical disabilities requiring adaptive housing, wheelchairs, ongoing treatments, veterinary care, and specialized diets. Kick off the holiday season right by joining the movement to celebrate giving and hop on over to www.givingtuesday.org this December 3rd and give back to Pittsburgh’s only rabbit welfare-centered organization. A donation, whether big or small, will help Rabbit Wranglers care for the neediest of rabbits. We do accept PayPalhttps://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=BPJXACH5WAFE4Rabbit Wranglers also encourages donors to post a photo of their special needs rabbit on the Rabbit Wranglers Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/RabbitWranglers) and share why Rabbit Wranglers matters to them.
Follow the #GivingTuesday campaign on Twitter at @GiveTues and join the live Twitter chat on December 3rd using the hashtag #GivingTuesday.

Differently-abled Hopalong Cassidy helps us announce our participation in Giving Tuesday on December 3rd - a national day of giving to inspire individuals to give back and support causes in their communities.

On this day, Rabbit Wranglers will launch the “Too Hip to Hop” initiative, which focuses on those rabbits (like Hopalong Cassidy) with physical disabilities requiring adaptive housing, wheelchairs, ongoing treatments, veterinary care, and specialized diets. Kick off the holiday season right by joining the movement to celebrate giving and hop on over to www.givingtuesday.org this December 3rd and give back to Pittsburgh’s only rabbit welfare-centered organization. A donation, whether big or small, will help Rabbit Wranglers care for the neediest of rabbits. We do accept PayPal
https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=BPJXACH5WAFE4

Rabbit Wranglers also encourages donors to post a photo of their special needs rabbit on the Rabbit Wranglers Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/RabbitWranglersand share why Rabbit Wranglers matters to them.

Follow the #GivingTuesday campaign on Twitter at @GiveTues and join the live Twitter chat on December 3rd using the hashtag #GivingTuesday.

Reblogged from -everdeen

beawilderment:

he’s making it hop

Bunny would like to introduce you to his friend, Peter Rabbit.

(Source: -everdeen, via xbeawildermentx)

On October 3rd, he asked me what day it was. I only remembered because it was a hockey night in Pittsburgh.

On October 3rd, he asked me what day it was. I only remembered because it was a hockey night in Pittsburgh.

Reblogged from dailybunny
Reblogged from buzzfeed

buzzfeed:

These ads will convince you to adopt a pet right now.

What would a similar bunny ad say?

Reblogged from awesomebunnies
awesomebunnies:

Woohoooooo! by Sjaek on Flickr.

TGIF! Let’s hop, buns!

awesomebunnies:

Woohoooooo! by Sjaek on Flickr.

TGIF! Let’s hop, buns!

Celebrating a Bucco win on International Talk Like a Pirate Day!

Celebrating a Bucco win on International Talk Like a Pirate Day!

Top-Rated, Times Two!

For the second consecutive year, Rabbit Wranglers has been named a Top-Rated Award Winner by Great Nonprofits. Great Nonprofits is a user-based review site and a partner of GuideStar. Think of it as the TripAdvisor of nonprofits!

Due to our excellent reviews from the Pittsburgh community, we are one of the first charities to earn this designation for 2013! We were one of only 15 charities in Western PA, and the only pet-focused charity in the region, named to the list in 2012.

Thank you to everyone who was kind enough to leave a review over the last year!

Now, if you’ll excuse us, we’ve got some binkying to do!

Hoppy Friday the 13th!

Hoppy Friday the 13th!

We have some incredible news! Our own Roger & Myrtle will be featured in the Petco Foundation’s 2014 calendar!
As you may recall, our amazing volunteers and supporters recently used their own photos in a contest that helped Rabbit Wranglers win over $4,000 in grants from the Petco Foundation.
Photos in this contest were automatically considered for inclusion in the calendar. We’ve just received word that this photo of Roger & Myrtle, a bonded pair who were adopted at the end of the contest, has been chosen!
We’re so proud of our supporter, Natalie L., who took this photo! Thank you, Natalie! 
We’ll share more details as we receive them, but we wanted to take the time to once again thank all of you, our volunteers and supporters. Your hard work and endless support (and your photos of your adorable pets!) are absolutely essential to our success as an organization. You have our most heartfelt thanks, and our bunnies’ most thoughtful chinning!
Rabbit Wranglers is an all-volunteer, certified 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Every dollar we receive directly benefits our rabbits, and the grants you have made possible will help us accomplish even more for the house rabbit community.

We have some incredible news! Our own Roger & Myrtle will be featured in the Petco Foundation’s 2014 calendar!

As you may recall, our amazing volunteers and supporters recently used their own photos in a contest that helped Rabbit Wranglers win over $4,000 in grants from the Petco Foundation.

Photos in this contest were automatically considered for inclusion in the calendar. We’ve just received word that this photo of Roger & Myrtle, a bonded pair who were adopted at the end of the contest, has been chosen!

We’re so proud of our supporter, Natalie L., who took this photo! Thank you, Natalie!

We’ll share more details as we receive them, but we wanted to take the time to once again thank all of you, our volunteers and supporters. Your hard work and endless support (and your photos of your adorable pets!) are absolutely essential to our success as an organization. You have our most heartfelt thanks, and our bunnies’ most thoughtful chinning!

Rabbit Wranglers is an all-volunteer, certified 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Every dollar we receive directly benefits our rabbits, and the grants you have made possible will help us accomplish even more for the house rabbit community.