Adopting a Pet Bunny in the Philippines

We require those who want to adopt that they have already researched about bunnies before we conduct an interview to see how much knowledge they have about their proper care. You can learn more about them through our site.

Once we’re okay with your answers below, we’ll set up a group chat with the current owner of the bunny for you to exchange questions. We’re in the process of setting up our shelter so for now, we match adopters with bunnies based on their locations. Because of this, none of the bunnies are spayed/neutered yet and most of them are still with their current owner or with foster parents. 

Once we’ve approved you’re application, we’ll be setting up a group chat via Facebook with the bunny’s current caregiver to see when it would be best to meet up. Meet ups will usually be at the vet for the bunny’s check-up at your expense.

No adoption fee but we require to have a prepared set up complete with their supplies, proper first-aid meds, and to take the bunny to the vet upon adoption. 

If you currently have a bunny/bunnies, please note that we require them to be spayed/neutered first prior to adopting to avoid any territorial behavior or accidental litters.

If you’re okay with our process, please fill up the form below and we’ll get back to you in 1 to 2 days.

For any questions or clarifications, you may email us at


    Facebook profile link:
    Where you live:
    Select your city:

    Do you currently have a bunny:

    How many bunnies do you have?
    Is/are your bunny/bunnies spayed/neutered?
    YesNoNot all
    Please be as detailed with your answers as much as possible but do use your own words (pwedeng tagalog).
    Please answer the questions in no less than 140 characters unless stated otherwise.

    1. What got you interested in bunnies? Why do you want to adopt?

    2. Do you have any known allergies that could be an issue when caring for a bunny (dander/pollen/grass)?

    3. Do you have plans to breed bunnies? Why/why not?

    Explain why (Please answer in no less than 100 characters)

    4. What was your family members/house mates/kasambahay/landlord/building administration reaction about your plans on adopting a rabbit? Do they agree to this?

    5. Can you tell us about the proper diet for bunnies? What food do you plan to provide and where will you be getting these? Please be specific with this (brand/store/variant/etc)

    6. What sort of cage/housing do you plan to provide for the bunny? Please share with us a link or a photo on how you plan to setup his/her setup

    Image of the set up (optional):

    Based from your planned budget and enclosure for the bunny, how much will your initial expense for the bunny be and how much will your monthly expenses be? (Please share your breakdown of expenses)

    7. Did you have bunnies or other pets prior to adopting?

    Did they have any illnesses? How did you cope with it?

    8. Below are 3 common sickness of bunnies. Explain in your own words (a) what these are, (b) how you can prevent it from happening to your bunny, and (c) what you should do to cure these.
    (Please answer in no less than 200 characters per field)

    Gastrointestinal Stasis (GI Stasis)


    Burrowing Mites

    9. Whats the name of the vet where you will be bringing your bunny for their checkup?

    10. What are the benefits of neutering/spaying?

    Do you plan on having this done?