List of Rabbit Shelters in Singapore

Bring these floppy ears home, they deserve a second chance!

Take the first step on saving a rabbit’s life! They might seem sweet, cute (with their floppy ears)  and flurry, but these bunnies require more care than a goldfish which most people do not realize. Unfortunately, they ended up in shelters in the case. Break the vicious cycle and add a bunny to your loving family. Or do a lil good, providing donations to them bunnies!

Rabbits are high-maintenance starter pets. Therefore, they are the third most surrendered animal to shelters. Get some tips on how to care for them at these shelters! Some of them include not having a child to solely be responsible to care for the rabbits.

List of Rabbit Shelters in Singapore

House Rabbit Society Singapore (HRSS)

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HRSS– as a non-profit, all-volunteer organisation– aims to minimize the number of unwanted rabbits in Singapore. Substantially, improving the rabbits’ quality of lives through their guide. They were established in April 2002 as a certified educator for the American House Rabbit Society. Not only do they provide a shelter, their site is also filled with education on rabbit care behaviour!

Address: Toa Payoh Central Post Office PO Box 108, Singapore 913104

Webpage: https://www.hrss.net/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/FHRSS/

Bunny Wonderland

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The founder of Bunny Wonderland, Jackie Fang, has been caring and providing a shelter for rabbits since 2002! Other than that, they also offer rabbits for adoption and welcoming to accept donations and sponsors. She would love to bestow knowledge to all rabbit owners or potential ones.

Webpage: http://www.bunnywonderlandsg.com/

Email: bunnywonderlandsg@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BunnyWonderlandSg/

Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals, Singapore (SPCA)

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As a registered animal welfare with IPC status, SPCA has been sustaining their role since the 1800s through the aid of donations and volunteering. Foster care and help for the young ones, the abused, and the homeless. With a rough estimation of 200 animals per month, they provide great care and kindness to them.

Updated: September 21, 2017.

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