Noble Rabbit Rescue

Noble Rabbit Rescue represents the non-profit side of our rabbit operations. We take in unwanted/abandoned rabbits and find them new homes using our network and expertise. All funds and profits from this side are reinvested in Noble Rabbit Rescue for the purchase of food, medication and cages for abandoned or surrendered rabbits. Rabbits are the third most popular domestic pet and the 3rd most abandoned. This is usually due to a lack of education and devaluation of the animals themselves. We hope to educate the public, fill a much needed niche of rabbit rehoming and increase the valuation of rabbits along the way. These aren't mice or hamsters, they aren't disposable, they are a key part of many ecosystems and loving and charming mammals that brighten our lives. Help us, help them.


  • DuMOR cage set $100

  • Rescue Rabbit Adoption $50

Meet our Adoptable Rabbits


Count Valentino

Count Valentino was for her owner's granddaughter. The granddaughter had difficulty keeping up with the rabbit and the owner had increasing levels of responsibility to her family and other non-profit animal programs they offer. Valentino is loving and kind, but needs time to warm up to you. He has displayed cage aggression and bites, but he is doing so because he is scared and upset not because he is mean or a bad rabbit. Once you pick him up he melts in your arms. He appears to be a Havanna mix. He is chipped you just need to register the microchip in your name. He is also neutered so he should be more calm in general and bond well with other animals. He was raised around cats so he enjoys their company.


Sugar and Little Foot

Sugar (right) and Little Foot are a mother daughter combo. They are from the same Rabbitry as Jack although they are not related to Jack. When they arrived they both had ear mites. Little Foot had ear mites so bad we pulled debris the size of a grain of rice out of her ear. After a couple weeks of treatment they are both cured of their unwanted passengers. For future ear mite treatment use Ivermectin or Canine/Feline flea and tick medication for a one dose treatment. Consult a vet before using Canine/Feline flea and tick. Certain active ingredients can cause toxic or allergic reactions, chemical burns, or seizures. Sugar is a little shy, but enjoys being pet. Little Foot is very shy, is missing a couple toes on her back foot and has one lopped ear. They are both purebred New Zealand Reds with pedigrees. Little Foot's lopped ear is a genetic ear setting trait likely from inbreeding and not from being crossed with a lop rabbit. Sugar has only had one litter to date and the others of her litter sold before she came to us. 



Jack is a very kind and loving rabbit that enjoys a lot of attention. He is not a fan of other male rabbits though. Close proximity to other male rabbits will have him thumping throughout the night even as long as he can see the other male. He is not neutered and he does have a pedigree.



Hammel was found being attacked by dogs in a neighbors yard after being abandoned. He had ear mites, fleas and scars on his face. After we treated the mites and fleas he became one of our most loving rabbits. Eager to be held and pet. The hair on his neck and face is finally starting to grow back after a couple of weeks of treatment. He is a Rex/Hotot mix with Rex fur quality. He is about 5-6lbs and hasn't been neutered.



Snowflakes owner developed an allergy to the rabbit and could no longer care for her. She is a Lionhead/Californian mix, roughly 5lbs with pink eyes and a charming personality. She is a little shy, but with some quality time will warm right up to you. She has not been spayed.



Gretel was brought to us by a landlord who's tenant abandoned the poor thing in 95 degree weather in Florida in her hutch. We are repairing the damage to the hutch which is worth $300 and reselling it for $100 the proceeds of which go towards other rescues. Gretel is a grey Dutch female approximately 1 year old and appears to have had one litter up to this point. When she arrived her nails had grown so long they twisted and contorted and we clipped about an inch off of each nail to get it down to the appropriate size. Rabbits nails should be clipped monthly if they are not outside digging to file them down. Her scent glands hadn't been cleaned in her whole life more than likely so it was like washing sticky raisins out of her groin. Since being cleaned up she has calmed down a lot although she also shows signs of cage aggression she also loves to be pet on the head as much as possible. She chitters at your arrival which means she's nervous or upset, but given time and compassion she will adjust and make an amazing companion.


Successful Rehomes


Number of Breeds


Customer Savings '22

Rescued Rabbits



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Oliver posing with his new lady at a farm where he is the main stud.

Thor looking grumpy after a long drive to a new home with a loving family.


We are a private shelter and do not receiving funding or donations on a regular basis. All revenue goes toward rabbit care. Donations are appreciated and for every $100 you send to us you save 3 rabbit lives. All rabbits are sold in as is condition. While we do care for them and clean them up and medicate them, we often get them without pedigrees or medical histories or even names. Rabbits are given names not numbers and the best care available. If you have an issue with the rabbit whether it is behavioral or medical, while we are not responsible, we do try and make sure to give you the best experience and pair you with an appropriate rabbit. We do not do refunds, but we can swap you with a rabbit that might be a better fit. This is in the best interest of the owners as well as their furry friends. We do not spay or neuter or provide medical care specifically. We can recommend some providers for those services that we use. We don't microchip yet, but we will be starting a microchipping program soon and we definitely recommend microchipping. We are also working on genetic testing to determine pedigree for those who have lost theirs or didn't have one, but that service is pretty expensive and we do have to contract out for it. We will do everything in our power to get you set up and sometimes we have cages and feed available for free, but not always. So come prepared and be pleasantly surprised. Thank you for your patience and continued support.