Welcome to Special Bunny!

We are a Seattle-area house rabbit rescue and we have lots of great, healthy bunnies for adoption. We are also experts when it comes to special-needs house rabbits, and we want our website to become a resource for special-needs bunny owners. We care for 60-80 bunnies at our shelter, and we provide permanent sanctuary for bunnies who need specialized care. We are an all-volunteer, registered 501(c)3 organization. 

Enjoy our latest news & updates on our Special Bunny Rescue Facebook Page. Use the navigation on the left to dive into detailed information about our shelter, our bunnies, advice, resources, and much much more!


Summer boarding is filling up! 

Hi everyone! If you are planning on traveling this summer and want to board with us, please email Angie asap.

We are already full for July 4th.

We are booked solid on the following dates:

June 30 - July 7

August 4 - August 8.


We are temporarily unable to take in any additional rabbits

Hello, everyone!

We're sorry, but we can't take any new rabbits in currently...no exceptions. 

We have suggestions for alternative shelters for rabbits here.


Special Bunny Gifts for the Holidays

We've got some GREAT holiday gifts for you to put under your loved ones' tree!

Available Monday, December 10 for pick up in the Seattle Area (Green Lake or Carnation):

The 2019 Special Bunny Calendar!

A year of cuteness for only $20 (or shipped for $23). Get one for every room!






Special Bunny Pint Glasses! 

The classiest, glassiest glasses you'll ever own. Complete with bunny butt!





White Special Bunny Logo T-shirt!

ALSO complete with bunny butt!






Blue "Super Bunny" T-shirt!

Our newest, bluest t-shirt! Order now but we can't guarantee Christmas delivery.


2018 Special Bunny Dinner & Auction SOLD OUT!

We can't wait to see you Saturday October 20! We've got TONS of great items to bid on. 


Preview our auction item catalog!



Health Warning: Rabbit Hemorrhagic Virus (RHV) Outbreak in Vancouver

Effective immediately, Special Bunny is temporarily suspending intake of feral and outdoor rabbits until we can better assess the extent of the British Columbia rabbit hemorrhagic disease outbreak. Officials have confirmed at least one location in the lower mainland, on Annacis Island near Surrey.

If you plan to visit our shelter and have recently traveled to Vancouver, please contact us so we can advise you about protective steps to take.

We strongly advise all WA State bunny families in the north Sound to review these BC SPCA (BCSPCA) guidelines. RHV is NOT dangerous to people or other pets. If your bunnies suddenly become ill, please contact your rabbit-savvy vet asap. The Pet Rabbits of Washington Facebook group is monitoring and reporting out information as we learn more.