We are currently holding public adoption events at Floyd Lamb Park every Saturday from 10 AM to 3 PM. 

If you are unable to attend a public adoption event, please set up an appointment for a private adoption.
Please email LasVegasBunniesMatter@gmail.com or text (562) 373-5376 if you have any questions or wish to set up an appointment.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  Bunnies Matter Rescue will only adopt out bunnies that will be permanently HOUSED INSIDE YOUR HOME, NO EXCEPTIONS.

Bunnies will live 10X longer and healthier lives indoors.

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Please consider adopting ONLY if you intend to keep your rabbit(s) for their entire life/lives.
Bunnies are FOREVER PETS (life expectancy of 12+ years indoors). They can move and celebrate life’s milestones with you.

Bunnies are an “exotic” pet and MORE EXPENSIVE THAN DOGS & CATS to vet them. They are NOT starter pets for anyone, especially children.  Bunnies should not be purchased for holidays (like Easter) or birthdays.  They require SPECIAL CARE, HOUSING AND DIET.  YOUR RABBIT SHOULD NEVER BE HOUSED IN A CAGE.

If you have allergies, please get tested first for hay and rabbit allergies if you are allergic to other animal hair.

All SINGLE bunny adoptions are $100 and bonded pairs, which we recommend, are now only $150 PER BONDED PAIR! 

Every rescued bunny costs our rescue a minimum of $200 to spay/neuter, chip and vaccinate.  Every bunny or pair of bunnies comes with a FREE bunny starter kit with everything you need to set up a safe place in your home (approx. $150 value).  So for every bonded pair we adopt out, we lose at least $250. We have VERY generous supporters who love what we do to save bunnies in Las Vegas and that is how we can give you healthy, vetted bunnies with a full equipment set up at only a fraction of what it would cost you to do it correctly if you bought a rabbit from a breeder or pet store.

ALL adoptions come with a free bunny starter kit! 
This includes an exercise pen, tarp, 1 large litter box, food/water bowl, food pellets, bedding pellets, hay, nail clippers and a pet carrier.



Complete applications can be emailed or texted to us.
LasVegasBunniesMatter@gmail.com or (562) 373-5376
Please note, if you call, it will likely go to voicemail and we will get back to you ASAP. IF you don’t hear from us in a day or two PLEASE REACH BACK OUT TO US AGAIN. Sometimes a message slips through.

As with all of our adoptions, you will receive a COMPLETE setup, no need to go out and buy your supplies. We give you EVERYTHING you need to get started. 


Updated: January 21, 2024



DOB: 9/1/2021

August was dumped at Floyd Lamb Park in August 2023 and we rescued her. She was adopted out but returned because they couldn’t get her to bond with their bunny. We tried to bond her with others and didn’t work so she is going to be a single bunny.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.

Gus & Deino

DOB: 10/26/2019DOB: 10/26/2019
Rescued: 12/2023Rescued: 12/2023

Gus and Deino are a male/female bonded pair. They were rescued from a neighborhood dumpsite with some eye issues and have since recovered. As you can see in their photo, Gus is a very curious bun, whereas Deino likes to snooze every moment she can.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.


DOB: 11/25/22
Rescued: 11/25/23

Sherbert was found by a contractor at a home he was rehabbing. Sherbert was luckily left behind and found her way to BMR as the previous homeowners were breeding rabbits for food.
Available for foster to adopt.

Sleepy & Elvira

Sleepy (black)Elvira (brown)
DOB: 8/15/18DOB: 5/14/20
Rescued: 3/4/23Rescued: 3/4/23
Sleepy & Elvira are a bonded male/female pair. They were adopted from Bunnies Matter Too and returned to us. They are very sweet and love their bananas.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.

Butter & Pancake

Butter (Brown)Pancake (black)
DOB: 05/26/20DOB: 6/24/20
Rescued: 7/16/22Rescued: 7/16/22
These two are a male-bonded pair. They were adopted and returned recently because the roommate got a dog. They are very fun, lovey, and curious buns.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.

Mouse & Ears

MouseEars (clipped ear)
DOB: 1/1/22DOB: 1/15/22
Rescued: 2/1/22Rescued: 2/1/22
In early 2022, Mouse and Ears were rescued from a neighborhood bunny dumpsite. Neither would be alive today if not rescued then. Previously adopted but returned due to allergies.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.


DOB: 8/1/23
Rescued: 8/24/23

Slush came with his friend Coal, who was recently adopted. They were both found at a neighborhood dumpsite, not doing too well. They are doing much better now and will be together again when they are fixed.

Sabrina & Salem

Sabrina (brown/black)Salem (black)
DOB: 4/10/20DOB: 4/10/20
Rescued: 4/9/22Rescued: 4/9/22
These two are a female/male bonded pair. They were surrendered by their owner after 1.5 years of living together. Despite this, they are still loving and curious buns.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.


DOB: 9/2/22
Rescued: 10/2/22

Maria is a sweet girl that needs a little time to warm up to you. She loves head rubs once she gets to know you. She was brought in by a woman whose dog dragged her into the house and left a scar on her nose.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.


DOB: 5/26/20
Rescued: 11/11/23

Dusty was found in the parking lot of the Skyline Hotel in Henderson. We are just getting to know him, but we can tell he’s a very curious bun.
Available to adopt.

Apollo & Kyrene

DOB: 2018
Rescued: 11/19/22

These two are a male/female bonded pair. They’ve been adopted out a few times, but they’ve always been met with obstacles. Unfortunately, they haven’t found their forever home yet.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.

Taylor (Swift)

DOB: 10/8/23
Rescued: 11/8/23

Taylor is a little sweetheart. She’s ready to be pet at all times, as long as you approach her slowly. She and Travis (pen 13) were unfortunately hunted by a cat, but they made it through and are curious little buns. Available for foster to adopt due to pending spay.

Travis (Kelce)

DOB: 10/15/23
Rescued: 11/15/23

Travis was hunted by a cat like Taylor (pen 12). This has made him a little skittish and he likes to hide under his blankets most of the time, but with some patience, he’ll become a super lovey bunny. We can see him slowly coming out of his shell. Available for foster to adopt due to pending neuter.

Castello & Sky

Castello (brown)Sky (black)
DOB: 5/1/21DOB: 5/1/21
Rescued: 5/19/21Rescued: 5/19/21
Castello and Sky are a male/female bonded pair that were rescued as babies after a housecat found them outside and dragged them in the house. They’ve been through a lot but they’re ready for love and attention. Sky has a bad eye but it doesn’t seem to bother him.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.


DOB: unknown
Rescued: 10/11/2023

This sweet bunny was dumped in Reserve Park in Henderson and rescued in October 2023. She has learned to use her litterbox really well. She also takes medicine easily and loves head scratches.


DOB: 7/10/23
Rescued: 1/6/24

Flash is a cute little man with a lot of energy. Even in his pen, he likes to run circles and binky. He loves getting attention, which isn’t hard to get since he’s so adorable. Available for foster to adopt pending neuter.

Slater (ADOPTED)

DOB: 1/28/23
Rescued 5/28/23

When Slater was found, he had open abscesses on his hind legs and both feet were broken… Poor guy was dragging his legs around, which is why he was nicknamed “Slider”. He’s healed wonderfully with us and still slides around a bit, but is doing much better. Since Slater is considered a “medical” bunny, we would help to cover any necessary medical expenses he may incur.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.

Buggs & Avery

DOB: 11/1/18
Rescued: 8/8/21

This bonded pair of sisters were adopted in April 2023 and were found near a dumpster in July. Luckily, spotted them and brought them to us, not realizing that they were chipped and had been with us before. We’re hoping their next family will be the best furever home for them.

Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.

Arrow & Summer

Arrow Summer (Smokey)
DOB: 1/4/21DOB: 1/4/21
Rescued: 8/24/23Rescued: 8/24/23
These sisters were adopted out and returned due to allergies… They’ve moved into our exercise area and have been enjoying their extra space. They’re ready to find their forever home.
Fixed. Chipped.

Please email us at LasVegasBunniesMatter@gmail.com or text us at (562) 373-5376 if you have any questions or would like to request an appointment.

Itty, Bitty, & Mocha

Itty (solid mustache)Bitty (spotted mustache)Mocha (choco brown)
DOB: 1/15/22DOB: 1/15/22DOB: 1/15/22
Rescued: 2/28/22Rescued: 2/29/22Rescued: 3/1/22
Itty is outnumbered by the ladies in this trio but he wouldn’t trade it for the world. They were all rescued from Brinley School and felt comfortable together, so we’ve kept them together.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.


DOB: 5/15/21
Rescued: 1/20/22
Poppy was found near a golf course and brought in. She loves head scratches and turning into a little loaf.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.


DOB: 6/1/21
Rescued: 1/20/22

This little guy likes to eat by himself. He’ll wait until everyone else is done eating and have a late snack.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.

Charlie Brown & Ginger

Ginger (brown)Charlie Brown
DOB: unknown DOB: 2/15/21
Rescued: 3/21/21Rescued: 3/19/21
Ginger was mistakenly sexed as a female when she was named, but now we know he’s a male. This is a lovely male bonded pair that love to groom each other.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.


DOB: 3/20/21
Rescued: 3/21/21
When Navech was surrendered, he was a bit on the bigger side and is trying to lose a bit of weight. He loves his treatos.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.

Sparkles & Aurora

DOB: unknown
Rescued: 3/21/21
This female bonded pair were found as babies near our foster’s home. They were grooming each other before we rudely interrupted them for this photo.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.


DOB: 10/13/20
Rescued: 12/6/21

He’s a sweetie that was adopted from us and had to be surrendered. Film is looking for a loving home, preferably one with bananas.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.

Blue & Alexa

Blue Alexa
DOB: unknownDOB: unknown
Rescued: 4/26/21Rescued: 5/5/21
These two were found in different areas but have grown to be a great bonded pair.
Fixed. Chipped. Vaccinated.

Bunnies can be a 10-YEAR COMMITMENT, so please only adopt them if you are going to love them like you would a member of your family.

If you decide that a bunny is not right for you, but would love to help, please consider giving a donation to help save more of the “DUMPSITE” bunnies.
Donate via PayPal.

We will still also continue to do “private” bunny adoptions by “appointment only” as well on other days!

To visit the bunnies at Floyd Lamb Park, from the 215, exit to 95 north to Durango Blvd, go right (NE). Follow Durango to Brent Lane (The entrance to the park is N. Durango & Brent Lane) and take a right (E). This will take you to the entrance booth. After the entrance booth ($6 a car but free for Veterans & Handicapped – Discounts for Seniors), take the first paved road right and proceed towards the white fence (there are always 2 big dumpsters on the right-hand side. Continue to drive on the road and through the white fence.  Follow the paved road about a 1/4 mile our building will be straight ahead on the right (original Cow Building). It has stalls for animals (cows) in front of it.
Please do not use your GPS for Floyd Lamb Park, 9200 Tule Springs Rd as it will take you to a back area of the park.

For appointments please text or email at

(562) 373-5376


Adoption prices are as follows:

$100 adoption fee for all bunnies  Most of our rescued bunnies have been fixed, vaccinated and chipped. All of our adoptions come with a FULL food & equipment setup ($150 value). Many of our bunnies are bonded and we do not separate them. We do have singles, however.  In general we believe in INDOOOR BONDED PAIRS and we do not recommend a single bunny living by themselves unless they have another companion who is around them all the time (like a cat or dog). Every adoption includes the following equipment:

30 Inch High Exercis-Pen, 1 large litter box, a 25 lb bag of woody pellets for the litter boxes, 25 lb bag of bunny food pellets, a large bag of Timothy hay, a food bowl, a water bowl, a tarp, nail clippers, a hiding box, a used pet carrier (donated to us) and of course, your bunnies! Just the equipment package is easily valued at over $150.00

Payment for adoptions can be made to our GoFundMe or via PayPal or in CA$H. 

In the event one or both of your bunnies still need to be fixed, it will be considered a “Foster to Adopt”. By current City and County ordinances, we cannot adopt a bunny that has not been fixed. You will fill out the appropriate paperwork, pay for the bunnies/equipment and make an appointment for the spay/neuter with our vet. Until the bunny has been fixed, you may NOT move your bunny out of state. Once your bunny or bunnies have been fixed, we will send you your chip transfer email for you to confirm ownership of your bunnies.