Contact Lowcountry House Rabbit Society
Please note that we are not accepting rabbits at this time.
If you have a rabbit that you feel you are unable to keep, we may be able to assist you in overcoming whatever challenges you are facing with your rabbit. I have 25 years' experience in rabbit care, and have overcome many obstacles in that time! I have moved out of state with a rabbit (3 times!), overcome landlords' objections to having a rabbit in the house or apartment I rented, learned how to bunny-proof my home to protect my rabbits as well as furniture, wires, baseboards, and many other things that rabbits tend to get into and wreak havoc on! Please let me know if I might assist you in finding a way that you and your rabbit can stay together - you might be surprised!
We are always happy to help you learn more about proper rabbit care! Many of the basics can be found on our international website, www.rabbit.org. If you are unable to find the information you are looking for there, then please feel free to contact us with additional questions.
Where are you?
We do NOT have a shelter or other facility. Foster rabbit(s) are housed in private residences, and we are an all-volunteer organization.
If you are interested in purchasing hay, pickup is at a private Ladson residence by appointment only.
Please email with any other questions or concerns you may have, and we are happy to respond to you - because we have full time jobs and busy lives, it may take 2-3 days for us to respond, but if you do not hear back within that time frame, please contact us again in case your email did not go through. Thank you!
Can I call you?
Because we don't have a facility, we only advertise our email address. We use our private phones to call you if a question cannot be answered in a simple email back to you. If I call you, please respect that I am calling from a private phone, and only save that number if we have agreed that you may call me at another time.
I'd like to volunteer!
Lowcountry House Rabbit Society is at a critical time right now. Without the structure of upper level volunteers in place, we don't have the needed support for "small" volunteer positions. If you have experience volunteering in the upper levels or management of another rabbit rescue group, or already have extensive knowledge of rabbit care and are interested in dedicating several hours per week towards helping rabbits, we would love to hear from you! If not, we are still appreciative but just don't have the infrastructure to train and support you at this time - but feel free to contact us anyway, and we will definitely let you know if our situation changes!
Can I foster a bunny?
If you are interested in fostering, please understand that you are taking full responsibility for the rabbit you take in. It often takes several months to place a rabbit with the right home for him or her, so please be prepared for a long term commitment. Because of our current lack of a strong infrastructure in our organization at this time, please note that you will be responsible for all expenses, including veterinary bills. We regret that we are unable to offer financial support at this time in any way. We can offer some training for caring for your foster rabbit - much of which will be done prior to commencement of fostering. We also will help you learn how to talk to prospective adopters, perform a home inspection, and ultimately finalize an adoption. We have a detailed, involved process to ensure that a new bunny parent is as informed as possible to care properly for the new member of his/her family.
Please remember that I am a volunteer, and as such it may take 2-3 days to respond to email inquiries. Thank you for your patience!