Las Vegas Bunnies

Available For Adoption

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

Bunnies will live 10X longer and healthier lives INDOORS! 

>>>WHY KEEPING YOUR BUNNY INDOORS IS BEST<<<

Please be aware that ALL adoptions come with a FULL BUNNY FOOD & HOUSING STARTER KIT!  Don’t run out and buy a bunch of equipment or food before you adopt from us.  We give you everything you need to house them PLUS at least a 2 months food supply too! You can always buy other fun stuff later.  We do this to save you money $$$ and to give your new family member(s) a great start!

BUNNY ADOPTION APPLICATION

 BUNNIES MATTER INFORMATION PACKET

Once you have completed the application, you can scan it and email it, or take a picture and email it, or take a picture and text it to the below email address or text #.  

LasVegasBunniesMatter@gmail.com or text at (562) 373-5376

If you call, it will probably go to voicemail and we will get back to you later.


Payment for adoptions can be made to our GoFundMe page at:

(GoFund Me for Dumpsite Bunnies)

via Paypal to

PayPal.Me/BunniesMatterRescue 

or

via VENMO


Below are just some of the bunnies we have at Floyd Lamb Park. 

FEATURED BUNNIES – Anna & BeBe

PEN #9
Ana Fisia & BeBe were surrendered to us back in April, with Peanut, our medical head tilt bunny. The owners had lost their home and were not able to provide proper care to their bunnies. BeBe is Anna Fisias’ mom and both are around 5years old. They are both very loving bunnies, with BeBe always coming to the pen when you are there to say hello and get a little attention. Ana is more reserved but it only takes a few minutes for her to see what’s going on and get in on the action. Both bunnies have been fixed, chipped & vaccinated and looking for their FurEver home!! Will you be the family that gives these sweet bunnies their FurEver Home?
 
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. 
 
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PEN # 1
Un-named White & Brown Bunny was found in a lady’s yard so she took it in to keep it safe. She posted on PawBoost looking for the owner. When no one came forward, we went and got the bunny. The day the bunny arrived, he or she was terrified, so we did not look to see if it is a boy or a girl (We will check tomorrow). As with all found bunnies, we do not know anything about them, so we will observe this bunny to get to know more about him/her. He/she is probably around a year old. This bunny would be a FOSTER TO ADOPT, which means the bunny is ours until he/she has been fixed.
 
 
PEN #2
Storm & Sanchez are a bonded male & female pair, and both have been fixed, chipped & vaccinated. They recently spent time at a Fosters, where they were socialized and given a ton of love and attention. They both will come to you for a treat and some loving and are ready for their FurEver Home!
 
 
 
PEN #3
Pancake & Sweet Cream was rescued by a very sweet lady. Her daughters friend found them and she was trying to find someone to take them. When that fell through, Toni said she would take them. She has been taking very good care of them, and wrote a very cute Bio: “

 

 
Hi Everyone! WE are Pancake and Sweet Cream and we are hoping YOU can be our forever home! We LOVE to run, binky, forage and dig (in our sand box); and, are learning how to use a litter box, rumor has it, we are pretty good at that. We love catnaps & playtime.
We like our current humans and they like us too, but there are some Cats here that seem a little jealous of us. If you have an exercise pen, a room, or a whole house for us, we already LOVE you! We don’t like cages because they hurt our lil’ feets; and frankly, we can’t binky without bumping our heads, “Ouchy”.
Please consider adopting us. We promise to be good little bunnies and we think you will really-really like us and we you. We are very energetic but like a somewhat calm environment, because are still pretty young and loud noises tend to startle us.
We are about 16 weeks old, so we are still on a “Young Bunny Diet” consisting of unlimited “Viking Farmer” Alfalfa Hay w/ a little “Oxbow” Timothy Hay mixed in. (80/20). We are also eating a little bit of “Oxbow Essentials Young Rabbit” alfalfa pellets. (When we are about 7 months old we will start phasing out the Alfalfa and go to Timothy Hay & Pellets, so we keep our girly figures). We have begun testing leafy greens (Dandelion and Parsley) this week and LOVE them; our human says we are tolerating them very well, but we are pretty sure she noticed we don’t like Cilantro, at all though…whew. We also Love, Timothy Hay & Sweet Bamboo Chew Sticks, they keep our teeth healthy and our gut moving as it should. We enjoy finding hidden treats around the room; it’s a ton of fun. We also very much enjoy digging and flopping our sandbox, running through tunnels and jumping to different levels in our room. Bestest of all is that we are sisters and bestest friends, we get along really well.
Bunnies Matter is helping to facilitate our adoption so there are no surprises for you, or us, when you take us home. They know everything you need to know about us. How great is that? We have not been chipped, spayed or vaccinated just yet, because we were too young until now. As you can imagine we are not looking forward to all that, but we are big girls now and it’s time to put our big girl panties on and just do it.”
These bunnies have not been chipped, fixed or vaccinated so they are a FOSTER TO ADOPT, which means they are our bunnies until they are spayed. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
PEN #4
Gilbert (Gilly) and Annie (Andy) were surrendered to us on 8/27/21. The previous owner just had a baby and was not able to give the bunnies the attention they deserved. These pictures do not do them justice (Sorry, I will try to get better ones), as they are absolutely adorable. They are 5 years old and and both have been fixed, and according to the previous owner, potty trained. We area still learning their personalities, so stay turned for more information.
 
 
 
 
 
PEN #5
Dottie & Bobby were discovered in a sweet elderly ladies back yard (Dottie was named after her) and was worried her dog might hurt them, so we took them in. As with all rescues, we don’t know much about them, but we can say they are both very friendly and loveable ( I’m actually surprised they have not been adopted, Dottie is a sweetheart & has a beautiful coat). We have guessed their ages to be around 8 months old, and they have both been fixed, chipped & vaccinated, so they are ready for their FurEver home! 
 
 
 
 
 
PEN #6
Un-named Bunny This little bunny had been abandoned and was discovered when a gentleman came home to find him sitting on his porch. As with all found bunnies, we don’t know anything about him, except that its a boy, maybe 6 months old. He is a very friendly boy, and as we get to know him we will have a better idea of his personality. If adopted, he would be a FOSTER TO ADOPT, which means he will be our bunny until he has been fixed. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
PEN #7
Faith  was rescued at the same location as Hope, her neighbor. Both had been frequenting a lady house so they had been feeding them. Faith is a little more hesitant, and scared and she looks like she may have had it a little rough fending for herself. She has been sprayed on, so her coat is not pure white, but that will get better over time. Now that she and Hope have been fixed, we will be putting them together, as they were friends “in the wild”. Her next step is to get vaccinated & chipped, which will happen soon. 
 
 
PEN #8

 Hope had been hanging out at a woman’s house with 3 other bunnies for the past 2 years. She had been trying to get someone to help the bunnies, but no one would. We were able to catch this black bunny, and her “neighbor” Faith. Hope is very sweet & loving. She has been spayed, but not chipped & vaccinated yet. We are hoping to bond her with Faith, since the lady who had been feeding them said they were “Friends”.

 
 
 
 
 
PEN #9
Ana Fisia & BeBe were surrendered to us back in April, with Peanut, our medical head tilt bunny. The owners had lost their home and were not able to provide proper care to their bunnies. BeBe is Anna Fisias’ mom and both are around 5years old. They are both very loving bunnies, with BeBe always coming to the pen when you are there to say hello and get a little attention. Ana is more reserved but it only takes a few minutes for her to see what’s going on and get in on the action. Both bunnies have been fixed, chipped & vaccinated and looking for their FurEver home!! Will you be the family that gives these sweet bunnies their FurEver Home?
 
 
 
 
PEN #10
Morticia & Hawk are a Mother & Son bonded pair of bunnies. Morticia is 1 year and Hawk is 6 months old. As “babies” are, Hawk is very curious and playful and will typically come to the edge of the pen to see what’s going on. Both bunnies have been fixed, chipped and vaccinated and are fun bunnies to be around, and of course, looking for their FurEver home! 
 
 
 
 
PEN #11
Sky & Costello, if you have been following us, are the bunnies that a cat drug into someone’s home. They were just babies and we were able to hand feed them and help them survive. Now, at 4 months old, they are cute, playful and curious little bunnies. They have been chipped, vaccinated & fixed and ready for their FurEver home! 
 
 
 
PEN #12
Marybeth & Bernice have been at a fosters getting more socialized and gaining some weight. These two bunnies had been adopted back in February, then returned in April. When these bunnies came back, we noticed they had lost weight, and needed some socialization. They have just come back to the Bunny Barn, and are ready for their FurEver home!  The Fosters wrote this about them;
“This bonded pair of adult bunnies is one of BUNNIES MATTER RESCUE’s earliest success stories. It’s hard
to believe that this adorable pair was rescued from Floyd Lamb Park nearly four years ago. These two
are super dedicated to one another and are inseparable. Bernice has a black coat and Mary Beth’s coat
is Agouti (brown/grey fur with black tips). They have been fostered to improve socialization, but are still
somewhat shy. They will eagerly accept/take fruit/cookies and treats from your hand. They are quiet,
clean and calm. These two have been fixed, vaccinated, and chipped. As with all BUNNIES MATTER
RESCUE adoptees, they are provided with a complete setup,  all they need is a loving committed
home to call their own. This adorable pair can be seen at the next BUNNIES MATTER RESCUE adoption
event.”
We would LOVE for them to go to a loving home, they have been at the park since 2017 🙁 
 
PEN #13
Empty Pen
 
 
 
 
PEN #14
Happy and Grumpy are 3 year old bonded brothers. Happy is the brown cinnamon bunny and Grumpy is black. These guys have been fostered for about 3 months, so they are pretty social, and enjoy getting treats. They will come to you when you sit down and have a treat, and let you pet them for awhile. They were also adopted for a short 2 weeks, when the owner saw how much work a bunny was, so they returned them. These guys have been with us since 2018, and would love to have a FurEver home where they can see what it’s like to live somewhere other than then shelter. Will that home be yours??
 
 
 
PEN # 14.5 
Mason was surrendered to us on August 20th.  He is a Netherland Dwarf Bunny. We were contacted by someone who said they found a bunny but couldn’t keep it. We feel that based on the cage it was in, and the condition of the cage, it was their bunny. Our vet looked at him and she said he had been severely neglected, matted fur, long nails, and unhealthy coat.  Mason went into stasis shortly after we got him, but is recovering nicely. His poor little body had a hard time with being fed a proper diet. He is a very sweet bunny, and we are getting to know him better. He has been chipped, but not fixed or vaccinated yet, so he would be a FOSTER TO ADOPT. 
 
 
 
 
PEN #15
Buggs & Avery were recently returned. They were adopted from us back in November of 2019. They owners are are citing that the daughter really doesn’t want them anymore and that they are moving to an area where the HOA say’s they can’t have bunnies. They are a pair of bonded sisters, who have been spayed and will be getting chipped & vaccinated as soon as we can. According to the previous owner, Buggs is a complete sweetheart, loves attention and pets. Avery does not like being picked up and will grunt. They just arrived to us on 8/8/21 and we get to know them better, so stay tuned!
 
 
PEN #16
Dave & Roxie have been living the life of luxury, hanging out at a fosters, getting socialized and spoiled. Its time for them to come back to the park so they can be adopted. Roxie is the more outgoing of the two, seeking out attention and enjoying getting petted and a treat. Dave is a lot shyer and takes his time to get his pets. Both love their treats, have been fixed, chipped & vaccinated and are looking for their FurEver Home! 
  
 
 
 
 
PEN #17
Gash & Donut were returned to us on 9/4/21. Apparently the owner was allergic. Unfortunately this is the 2nd time they have been returned, so we are hoping to find them there TRUE FOREVER HOME! They are both very social bunnies, enjoy being petted and getting treats. They are both fixed, chipped & vaccinated are ready to be adopted!
 
 
 
 
PEN #18
Mel and Alice are 9 months old and had one litter together. Mel is orange/blonde and Alice is brown. Of the two, Mel is eager to explore and see what’s going on, but right now will only let you pet him for a few minutes. Alice on the other hand enjoys getting some love and attention. Both are loving bunnies and curious and was recently fostered, so they have been more socialized.  Both have been chipped, vaccinated, fixed and are ready to find their FurEver homes. 
 

Bunnies at our holding site

 Honey and Bee are from the original Floyd Lamb Rescue back in 2018, so they are over 3 years old. They were both adopted at the beginning of 2020, but unfortunately were returned. They enjoy getting petted on their backs instead of their ears, according to their foster parents and love playing with their blankets!  Honey & Bee are back from the fosters, and are at our holding site, waiting for room at the park.

Milo was found at a feral cat feeding station, trying to survive on cat food. He was starving and the woman who monitors the station, found him and was able to rescue him and give him food and shelter for the night. We took him in right away, poor baby was muddy from the previous nights rain. Since he just arrived, we are just getting to know him. He is un unfixed male, and we will get him in ASAP to the vet to get chipped, vaccinated and of course neutered. If adopted prior, he will be a FOSTER TO ADOPT, which means he will be our bunny until he has been neutered. (Milo is currently a MEDICAL BUNNY, with an abscess and not available to adoption) 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Buster  was recently bonded but it didn’t work out so he still available as a single, he is 2 1/2 years old and has been chipped, vaccinated & fixed. He is currently at a fosters house, but if you want to meet him we can make arrangements. He is a very chill bunny and takes everything in stride. According to his foster, “he will follow you around the kitchen, looking for a petting”.
 
 
Blitz and Frosty are up for adoption but are not currently on site. Blitz has a genetic eye issue that requires her to be on eye meds, probably for the rest of her life. Blitz is the sweetest bunny you will ever meet and has total trust in you handling her. If you are interested in fostering or adopting this pair, please let us know.
 
 
 

BUNNIES AT FOSTERS

 
 
Stella knew right where she was going when she ran into the office, off the street, right to Kelli. She knew she had to rescue her, and that’s what she did. She has been very well taken care of, getting love and attention while she is being fostered and and getting ready to come to the park so she can get adopted. Stella has been chipped, vaccinated and spayed and ready for her FurEver home. If you are interested in meeting Stella, before she gets to the park, please let us know. 
 
 
 
 
Oliver & Cinnamon were surrendered on 9/15/21 and is currently with one of our fosters. According to the owner, they are litter box trained, allowed to free roam supervised and know their names. The male has been neutered, but the female is not fixed. If adopted before she gets fixed, they will be a FOSTER TO ADOPT, which means they are our bunnies until she has been fixed. 
 
 
 
Hopscotch was rescued from Sunset park by a fellow Bunny Rescuer, and she has been fostering her until we have room at the park. 
If you would like to meet Hopscotch before she comes to the park, let me know.
 
 
 
 

Marshmallow came to us back in January, and after only a few days we realized that this bunny was probably abused. She hid and flinched if you tried to touch her. She immediately we to a fosters where she began her socialization. She stayed with the first set of fosters for several months, but they felt they were not getting anywhere with her, so she came back to us. Our next foster said he would try and she has become a new bunny. She doesn’t mind being petted and won’t run away if you walk up to the pen. She is very close to being ready for her FurEver home. Probably one without small children. She has been fixed and chipped, but not vaccinated. We wanted to wait until we knew that trip to the vet wouldn’t set her back. If you would like to meet Marshmallow, just let us know! 

Bunnies needing re-homed, still with owners

 

 

Snowball & Vixen are an adorable pair of bonded bunnies. Vixen is a spayed female who is 6 years old and was rescued from the SCPA and Snowball is a neutered male who is 4. Their owners are moving to Hawaii and are finding that the current restrictions on bringing in bunnies from here, they feel with a potential 120 day quarantine, would not be fair to the bunnies. They would like to find a home that can give them the life they are accustomed to; large free roaming area and being spoiled. If you would like more information, or would like to meet them, please let us know.

 

 Bunnies are at least a 10 YEAR COMMITMENT, so please don’t adopt them if you are not going to love them like you would a member of your family.

Current bunnies available can be seen above or on Facebook by clicking the link below:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?vanity=bunniesmatter&set=a.3621169481323909


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

https://bunniesmatter.org/donations/ 

                    PayPal.Me/BunniesMatterRescue



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

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 (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

LasVegasBunniesMatter@gmail.com


Adoption prices are as follows:

$100 each for all bunnies  Most of our rescued bunnies have been vaccinated and chipped.  However, not all have been fixed as their rescues have not been fully funded yet. Surrenders we receive are usually not vaccinated, chipped or fixed.  In these cases, we are asking for a donation (adoption fee) to pay for most of the cost of the spay or neuter, regardless if it has been done yet. Most of our bunnies have already been bonded and we do not separate them. We occasionally have singles, however, bunnies are social animals and love a friend.  In general, we do not recommend a single bunny living by themselves. Every adoption includes the following equipment:

X-Pen, 2 litter boxes, 25 lb bag of woody pellets for the litter boxes, 25 lb bag of alfalfa bunny food pellets, a large bag of Timothy hay, food bowl, water bowl, tarp, nail clippers, hidey box, a used pet carrier (donated to us) and of course, your bunnies! Just the equipment package is easily valued at over $125.00


Payment for adoptions can be made to our GoFundMe page at:

(GoFundMe Help Save the Dumpsite Bunnies)

via Paypal to

PayPal.Me/BunniesMatterRescue 

or

via VENMO


In the event one or both of your bunnies need to be fixed, it will be considered an “Foster to Adopt”. By current City and County ordinances, we cannot adopt out 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.