Rabbit Rescues and Shelters in Florida

Here is a list of rabbit rescues and shelters in Florida that we know of.

If there are any that we haven’t mentioned here, then please do let us know.

Rabbit rescues and shelters in Florida

Humane Society of Broward County: 2070 Griffin Rd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312. The Humane Society of Broward County provides shelter, aid and responsible adoptions to animals entrusted to our care, and educates the community about respect and kindness to all animals.

South Florida Wildlife Center: 3200 SW 4th Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315.  The South Florida Wildlife Center’s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release native wildlife that has been harmed or displaced; to treat and place certain needy domestic, and exotic animals; and to educate the public toward coexistence with all animals.

Good Karma Pet Rescue, Inc. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33348. To rescue dogs and cats in need in South Florida and beyond, offering them shelter, care, and love until their forever homes find them. To help curb pet overpopulation and suffering by supporting spay/neuter programs. To maintain responsible rescue practices. They also take in rabbits as well.

Animal Aid, Inc. 571 NE 44th St, Oakland Park, Florida 33334. Dedicated to the welfare of stray and feral cats and dogs and to the reduction in the over population problem through rescue, adoptions, spay/neuter mobile clinic and TNR. 

Key Largo Animal Shelter: 105951 Overseas Highway, MM106 OS, Key Largo, FL 33037

Upper Keys  Humane Society: 101617 Overseas Highway, Key Largo, FL 33037.  The purpose of this society is to promote the proposition that all living creatures deserve humane and civilized treatment. We strive to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals in the area from North Key Largo to Lower Matecumbe.

South Florida Rabbit Rescue, Inc. 1025 Gateway Blvd Suite 303-119, Boynton Beach, Florida 33426. They are a non-profit rabbit rescue in South Florida. Formerly known as “Sivan’s Rabbit Rescue South Florida”, the South Florida Rabbit Rescue is committed to a world where “everybunny” gets to have a loving home. We enhance house rabbits’ quality of life by providing extensive education on how to care for house rabbits.

Luv-A-Bun Rabbit Rescue: 9835-16 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth, FL 33467.  Luv-A-Bun is 501c3 non-profit that rescues domesticated bunnies in need by providing medical and rehabilitative care, socialization and sterilization.

Palm Beach County Animal Care & Control: 7100 Belvedere Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33411. Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control has many wonderful furry companions waiting to share a lifetime of love with you and your family. Visit our shelter to find your new best friend.

LUV A PET: 1128 Royal Palm Beach Blvd #203, Royal Palm Beach, Fl 33411. Our group is on a mission to help animals and to help families keep their pets. We are an animal rescue group that offers the community low cost spay/neuter and vaccines.

Collier County Domestic Animal Services: 7610 Davis Blvd, Naples, FL 34104. To ensure compliance with local and State animal-related laws; to return strays to their owners and promote the adoption of homeless animals to new families; and to work toward ending the community problem of pet overpopulation.

The Humane Society Naples: 370 Airport Pulling Rd N, Naples, FL 34104. Their mission is to shelter animals in times of need, locate life-long homes and promote responsible pet ownership through education, legislation and sterilization.

Collier County Domestic Animal Services: 7610 Davis Blvd, Naples, FL 34104. To ensure compliance with local and State animal-related laws; to return strays to their owners and promote the adoption of homeless animals to new families; and to work toward ending the community problem of pet overpopulation.

Lee County Domestic Animal Services: 5600 Banner Drive,
Fort Myers, FL 33912. 
The Pet Adoption Center is open Monday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Pets not claimed by owners are made available to the public for adoption. Applications may be submitted in person or online. Volunteers are on hand to help potential adopters select a pet that best suits their family and lifestyle. Two to three customer service representatives staff the Pet Adoption Center to approve applications and process adoptions.

 Gulf Coast Humane Society: 2010 Arcadia St, Fort Myers, FL 33916. The Gulf Coast Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, no-kill, animal welfare organization. Our shelter does not receive any federal, state, or county funding and no funding from the Humane Society of the United States or ASPCA.

Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County: 4445 20th St, Vero Beach, FL 32966. Since 1953, the Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County has committed to making a better community for its people and animals.

Professional Animal Worlds H.A.L.O. Rescue: 710 Jackson St, Sebastian, FL 32958. H.A.L.O. Rescue was created so that people and businesses could become instrumental in helping abandoned and abused animals live the life of happiness, joy, and love for which they were intended.

Suncoast Humane Society: 6781 San Casa Dr, Englewood, FL 34224. Suncoast Humane Society exists to reduce the number of homeless animals and improve the quality of life. They serve more than 450 square miles – encompassing 11 communities – Sarasota, Charlotte and Lee Counties on southwest Florida’s Suncoast.

Satchel’s Last Resort:  8101 Coash Rd, Sarasota, FL 34241. At Satchel’s Last Resort, they provide lifelong shelter to dogs and cats deemed unadoptable, nurture and train dogs, and offer temporary shelter to adoptable dogs and cats whose owners can no longer care for them. They also take in rabbits.

BBTLCS/dba The Last Chance Sanctuary. P.O. Box 410724
Melbourne, Florida 32941. Our mission is to provide safe haven to feral cats of southern Brevard County (Florida) that have lost their homes (i.e., feral colony) through man-made or natural disaster, have been found living in an unsafe area (e.g., by a busy roadway) or in situations that require their relocation.  They also take in rabbits.

Bishop Animal Shelter SPCA of Manatee County: 5718 21st Ave W, Bradenton, FL 34209Bishop Animal Shelter is home to many homeless dogs and cats. The Shelter receives animals from owners who can no longer keep them. Animals who are abandoned and some strays after all attempts to locate their owners fail.  They also take in rabbits.

Tampa Bay House Rabbit Rescue. Brandon FL. The mission of TBHRR is to promote knowledgeable and correct care of domestic house rabbits, including but not limited to helping the public in gaining this knowledge, rescuing and rehabilitating domestic rabbits, aiding other rescues and shelters in the rabbit overpopulation issue, assisting other rabbit welfare organizations, and promoting fostering and adoption of domestic house rabbits, especially in the State of Florida.

Tampa Bay House Rabbit Society: PO Box 277 Oldsmar, FL 34677. They are part of the national organization known as the House Rabbit Society. They are a non-profit, all-volunteer organization.  Their activities include foster care for rescued rabbits, finding homes for unwanted rabbits, and educating the public on house rabbit care. They do not take rabbits from the public into their foster homes.

Fallin Pines Critter Rescue: 23643 Christmas Cemetery Rd, Christmas, FL 32709. Fallin’ Pines Critter Rescue’s mission is to rescue unwanted or displaced critters, including exotics,farm animals, reptiles and birds and to place them in loving homes or to give the handicapped or unadoptable animals a permanent home.

Humane Society of Tampa Bay: 3607 N Armenia Ave, Tampa, FL 33607. Dedicated to ending animal homelessness and providing care and comfort for companion animals in need.

Pigs n Buns: Saint Petersburg, Florida 33710. We are a not-for-profit organization, funded and staffed by volunteers. They rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home homeless and unwanted guinea pigs, chinchillas, hamsters, and rabbits. Educate the public on general and proper care of these animals, and offer general support through literature and counseling.

SPCA Tampa Bay: 9099 130th Avenue, Largo, FL 33773. They improve our community by promoting humane care, preventing animal cruelty and reducing pet overpopulation.

SPC Veterinary Technology Program: 12376 Ulmerton Rd, Largo, Florida 33774. 
They have space for adoptions and do take in rabbits.

Seminole County Animal Services: 232 Bush Blvd, Sanford, FL 32773. 232 Bush Blvd, Sanford, Florida 32773. To provide for the health and safety of the citizens of Seminole County through excellent customer service and active enforcement of State laws and local ordinance. To provide for the humane sheltering and disposition of stray and unwanted animals, and to promote responsible pet ownership and animal welfare through community outreach and adoption programs.

Humane Society of Pinellas: 3040 State Road 590, Clearwater, FL 33759. Their mission is to strengthen the bonds between pets and people by offering an enriching environment for our animals, providing learning opportunities for our community, and matching the right animal to the right home.

ARK – Animal Rescue Konsortium: 441 S Woodland Blvd, DeLand, FL 32720. ARK is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed exclusively for charitable and educational purposes.
The organization provides medical and adoption services for injured, abandoned, and surrendered dogs, cats, and exotics. 

Gainesville Rabbit Rescue: Gainesville Rabbit Rescue is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1998 by 2 University of Florida students. GRR’s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and adopt out rabbits to loving homes, as well as educate current and potential rabbit owners.

TLC Rabbit Rescue, Inc. Tallahassee, FL 32317. TLC Rabbit Rescue, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit based in Tallahassee, FL. founded 2001. While awaiting re-adoption, their in-residence bunnies have health check-ups by veterinarians. All observed health problems are resolved. They also are spayed, or neutered, and afterward made to feel at home, wanted, and as comfortable as possible. Many of these rabbits are ‘Last Resort’ bunnies received from local animal shelters. They strive to make their transition from abandonment to new-home as humane a process as possible. Adoption fees are, at present: $70.00.