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February is Adopt a Rescued Rabbit Month

posted Mar 4, 2014, 7:22 AM by Anthony Trott

February is Adopt a Rescued Rabbit Month

Is a Bunny Companion in Your Future?

Take a look at what NEAVS has to say about adopting rabbits and their view on animal testing!

Excerpt from the story:
"Rabbits can be amazing companions – easily litter box-trained, incredibly sweet, and affectionate. And if you can adopt more than one, they are even happier as they form strong social bonds."

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February is Adopt a Rescued Rabbit Month

Original Story Posted: Friday, February 28, 2014

Hug-a-Bunny Rabbit Rescue, Inc. - How you can help rabbits in need

posted Mar 4, 2014, 7:03 AM by Anthony Trott

Take a look at this article from Examiner.com, featuring Hug-a-Bunny Rabbit Rescue, Inc., about how you can help rabbits in need!

Excerpt from the story:
"If you're considering adding a new long eared, furry family member to your home, please consider adoption! Many people don't realize that there are millions of rabbits in rescues in shelters across the United states in need of new homes. After dogs and cats, rabbits are, sadly, the third most common type of animal found in animal shelters. There are many benefits to adopting a rabbit over buying one from a pet store or breeder. For a small adoption fee, which helps offset rescue costs, you can adopt a rabbit in need of a new home. All Hug-a-Bunny bunnies are spayed or neutered and litter box trained before going to their new homes!"

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Hug-a-Bunny Rabbit Rescue, Inc. - How you can help rabbits in need

Original Story Posted: Monday, December 17, 2010

Animal Communication

posted Mar 15, 2012, 8:07 PM by Anthony Trott

We have a wonderful Hug-a-Bunny interview to share with you from the radio show, Angel Quest, hosted by Karen Noe, on WRCR radio (1300 AM in the Nanuet area)!

Animal Communication Show Summary:
Dedicated to animals, in honor of Saint Francis, this Angel Quest show is about communicating with animals both living, as well as those who have passed away.

Hug-a-Bunny Interview Summary:
In this interview, Hug-a-Bunny Rabbit Rescue Co-Founder / Co-Director, Jamie Noe, speaks about how Hug-a-Bunny Rabbit Rescue got started, how Hug-a-Bunny Rabbit Rescue operates, the importance of adoption, the best ways for people to get involved with helping animals, as well as how to contact Hug-a-Bunny!

You can click on the player below to hear JUST the Hug-a-Bunny interview...


...OR you can click on the image below to hear the full show!

Animal Communication

Original Show (Including Interview) Posted: Saturday, October 2, 2010

Hug-a-Bunny Rabbit Rescue is Ready to Strut Their Buns

posted Mar 13, 2012, 3:33 PM by Anthony Trott

Check out this great Hug-a-Bunny interview in the New York City Local News section of the Best Friends website!

Excerpt from the interview:
"On Sunday, September 26, Midtown Manhattan will be overrun with mutts and their advocates at Strut Your Mutt. This walk along Pier 84 and Hudson River Park allows various Network Charities to participate and raise funds for their animal welfare work. Among all the dog charities, one New Jersey based charity stood out: Hug-a-Bunny Rabbit Rescue run by best friends Frannie D'Annunzio and Jamie Noe. I sat down with these ladies to ask them about their rescue and their decision to be a rabbit-based charity in a dog-themed event."

Just click on the image below to read the full interview!

Hug-a-Bunny Rabbit Rescue is Ready to Strut Their Buns

Original Interview Posted: Friday, September 17, 2010

It all started with one

posted Mar 13, 2012, 3:32 PM by Anthony Trott

Hug-a-Bunny has been featured in the Top Stories on the Best Friends website!

Excerpt from the story:
"In 2006, Jamie Noe and her best friend Frannie D’Annunzio visited the Sanctuary for the first time. This was a trip they’d been looking forward to for long while. They had first met back home in New Jersey and soon found they had a lot in common, including a love for animals and the fact that they each had a pet rabbit. They decided to take a trip to Best Friends together. By way of background, just prior to their visit in 2006, Frannie and Jamie had rescued a local rabbit. They were able to save that rabbit’s life and felt grateful to have made a difference. Little did they know where that road would lead."

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It all started with one

Original Story Posted: Friday, September 10, 2010

Hot off the Press!

posted Mar 13, 2012, 3:29 PM by Anthony Trott

We have an amazing video that captures the adorable faces of some of our Hug-a-Bunnies!

Most of the rabbits featured in this video already have permanent loving homes. You may recognize Apple (originally found taped inside a shoebox), Bug (who has head tilt) or Button (who is partially blind). The only rabbit in this video who is still on the search for a loving home is Sprinkles, who is a wonderful girl! She's the English Spot in the video (with the HUGE bowl of greens and on the bed) and is still looking for a wonderful family to come along and scoop her up!

A heartfelt thank you to Hug-a-Bunny volunteer Jessica who has donated her time to help our bunnies on many occasions, but nothing could be more special than this video, which captures the lighthearted family vision of Hug-a-Bunny!


Original Video Posted: Monday, February 2, 2009

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