Mylo was abandoned in Nassau County and survived in the streets for several weeks before being brought to safety. He was rescued on one of the coldest days we’ve had this winter! Mylo is an inquisitive, energetic and incredibly sweet boy with unique markings on his nose. He is shy around new people and sounds but warms up with a little time. After a full afternoon of playing with his toys, running laps on the carpet and epic high jumps, he loves to sprawl out on the floor for a nap. Mylo is neutered and ready for his forever home. See more of Mylo at https://youtu.be/UfDw9F00f50
Robert came to us from a special rescue situation in Indiana! He’s so happy to be a New Yorker now! Robert is super soft. He’s shy but will not turn down pats. He will be your best friend if you let him!
was abandoned in the fall of 2016 in Nassau County. A caring person saved her life and kept her safe. Laurie is a very friendly rabbit with a sassy and quirky personality. She is a total mush, pat her head and she will be your friend forever.
was found in the Spring of 2017— abandoned, scared, and alone. A kind woman contacted Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group, and our team brought her to safety. A few days later, Aspen surprised her fosterer with 8 brown and black babies! All of the babies have been adopted but mom is still waiting for her forever home. Aspen is a tiny white rex rabbit. She is super playful and affectionate with the softest fur and sweetest personality. Her foster mom says that she is a master flopper!
Visit LongIslandRabbitRescue.org if you’re interested in adopting 😀