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Great Lakes Rabbit Sanctuary

The Great Lakes Rabbit Sanctuary in Willis, Michigan is the largest rabbit rescue in the US, housing 550 rabbits. You can read more about the sanctuary in an earlier Rabbit Rescue Spotlight post on our bunny blog or at the Great Lakes Rabbit Sanctuary website.

I love seeing photos of the place with all the permanent residents hopping around in their fenced-in rabbit pastures. Here is a recent photo from The Ann Arbor News. Celeste Defellici had called out “TREATS!” and all the bunnies came running.

Great Lakes Rabbit Sanctuary

The Great Lakes Rabbit Sanctuary is in need of donations – leafy greens or a monetary contribution. If you would like to help, call 734-461-1726, or visit the website at www.rabbitsanctuary.org.

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6 Responses to “Great Lakes Rabbit Sanctuary”

  1. Rabbits' Guy Says:

    Ho Ho .. there is one going the other way!!!!

  2. myhouserabbit Says:

    Oh yeah! He must have been confused because I can’t imagine a bunny who doesn’t like treats!

  3. Social Networking for Pets Says:

    ha ha ha , Right. Thanks for sharing the link of Picture.

  4. Oahupet Says:

    I hoped they’re fixed… or did they just multiply!

  5. myhouserabbit Says:

    Yeah, these rabbits are all fixed. But they’re feral rabbits. And when they were living out in a pasture in Nevada, they had multiplied to 1600! Great Lakes Rabbit Sanctuary was able to take in about 500 of them, all of which had been neutered/spayed by another animal shelter.

  6. kk Says:

    i have tons of rabbits they only come running when they hear food!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! we have 67!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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