Bunnies for Easter???

– Posted in: Farmer Sharon's Journal

THE FARM has recently been challenged by some inconsiderate folks leaving baby bunnies at the gate without our permission.

As a result of these abandoned pets, we have many baby Las Vegas bunnies up for adoption at this time.

We do not advocate the breeding of rabbits, nor do we breed rabbits either.

We do not normally have an over-abundance of bunnies either; but, we surely do now…

We will be asking for a donation for these bunnies and to allow them to go to good homes.

Please contact us to put your name in for a pet rabbit if you are looking for a new pet.

Remember, this is about a 10 year commitment and you will need all the appropriate care items such as cage, water bottle, bedding, food dishes, etc, etc, etc. Bunnies eat 75% grass hay, 20% pellets and 5% romaine lettuce and other greens.

We hope these baby bunnies will have forever loving homes once they are all adopted out.

If you do not wish to take a bunny to your home, please check our website for information on our sponsorship programs for our older bunnies or click here to make a donation.

3 Comments… add one

Wil May 22, 2015, 11:42 pm

Hello, we just recently inherited a rabbit. And although we thoroughly love him we were unprepared for all the work it entailed. Do you take rabbits in? His name is Cinna (get it? Cinna Bunny!) He has his shots (although I don’t have any paperwork). Please let me know if you do or if you know of any place I can send him that would give him a good home. Thank you.

The Las Vegas Farm August 2, 2015, 8:42 pm


Please contact Sharon at [email protected].
Sorry for the late response. We were switching webmasters.

Thank you!

Jeanine Shory February 3, 2017, 1:43 pm

As a member and foster with Bunny World Foundation in Los Angeles, I was wondering why your list of bunny gear include a cage instead of an x-pen.

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