Currently we are coordinating volunteers for 3 groups of people. Sign up is at the bottom of the page.
- People who wish to volunteer to feed and water the bunnies at one of the two main dumpsites. FRESH WATER is the first urgent item the bunnies need. We have waterers set up on BOTH properties that we help to coordinate at. For the most part, we do not provide food for you (click her for a list of bunny safe foods) but will educate you in what to feed. ALFALFA RABBIT PELLETS are critical for these guys and can be bought for $10 or less for a 25 pound bag at WalMart or in feed stores. When Stacey or I feed, we EASILY can use a 50# bag of pellets ($16 for 50 lbs. at IFA Country Store in Las Vegas). In some cases, we can provide alfalfa hay or pellets (if you are very reliable) but if you cannot afford to pay for food, fresh water like stated above is critical for these bunnies, especially in the hot summer months so anyone can help if they want to. Absolutely NO chocolate (poisonous!), cookies, crackers, breakfast cereals, bread, pasta, yogurt drops or other “human treats.” There is research to suggest these items may contribute to fatal cases of enterotoxemia, a toxic overgrowth of “bad” bacteria in the intestinal tract.
- Currently we are recruting volunteers to help man our space at Meadows Mall. See below for more information.
- People who wish to help foster a bunny or two, experienced only at this time.
VOLUNTEER & HELP BUNNIES MATTER IN VEGAS TOO! BY SIGNING UP BELOW!
(Starting in January at Meadows Mall, we will have a space Wednesday – Sunday, Noon – 8 PM at 4300 Meadows Lane, volunteer slots are 2 – 4 hours – No setups required (already in place) but we need people to greet people, help people fill out applications and educate them about our bunny dumpsite problems.)
(We are looking to add feeders/waterers to everyday, especially at the CSN site because it is so massive. We currently have at least 1 person everyday at both properties but we could use some additional support as pellets, greens and carrots are expensive and all of our volunteers help support our cause by buying most of their own supplies (we help out when we get donations).