GRR is not a sanctuary, however, there are several bunnies that have come to us that will never leave our rescue due to chronic medical conditions. In addition to hay, pellets, litter, greens, housing & maintenance supplies, utility bills, first aid supplies, health checks, spay & neuter fees, and everything else that goes into taking in new rescues, we have a steady stream of vet bills that pile up from caring for our permanent residents. With the continual vet care these bunnies need, it can really put a strain on a volunteer & donation-based non-profit rescue.
If you would like to help us care for these bunnies, please visit our Donate page and donate what you can. On behalf of all of our bunnies, we thank you for your support.
Meet our Permanent Residents
Karl is a male New Zealand and his girl Molly is a Florida White. They are about 18 months now. They were found loose in Orange Park but are now safe and sound in rescue. They love each other very much and it shows. Karl is the friendlier of the two. Molly tends to be a bit shy until she gets to know you. But both are sweet buns that are great litter box users.
Frankenweenie is one of 12 rabbits taken from Citrus County Animal Control. She came in with a closed eye so she had to have surgery to open up the eye and clean it out.
Casanova, his name says it all. This boy was dropped off at the Alachua County Animal Shelter and we have no idea why. He is sweet, loving, and easy to pick up and hold for short periods of time. This rabbit loves attention and is one of the friendliest bunnies to ever come through our rescue.
Unfortunately, he was diagnosed with cancer this last March. He will be staying with a loving one-on-one foster family until it is his time to pass.