No. I am fostering the rabbits for the animal shelter. They asked me to bring home a mom and her litter as the runt needed some TLC. Two days later momma had a surprise litter. I am adopting two of the older kits and when the new babies are weaned they will be moving on to new homes. And everybody will be spayed and neutered! It is amazing how fast rabbits multiply!
Also as for adoption rates…every bunny I’ve fostered has been adopted. The Seattle Animal Shelter has an adoption rate of over 90%, and that figure includes everything from chickens to turtles to cats and dogs.
I have a silly number of rabbits right now because a stray bunny came to the shelter with her babies.
Rabbits are social animals. A lone domestic rabbit, outside, has no family, no way to protect itself, no idea how to dig a warren, no comfort. Let’s try and bring this little rabbit indoors! Please be on the lookout.