Los Angeles Rabbit Foundation
is a Chapter of House Rabbit Society
To help abandoned domestic rabbits by promoting spay and neuter, providing education on their care, volunteering in shelters and humane societies, and by fostering and rehabilitating rescued rabbits until such time as suitable permanent homes can be found.
We envision a day when public animal shelters in the County of Los Angeles are fully staffed with volunteers knowledgeable about house rabbits. Volunteers will provide potential adopters with the information they need to make the best choice. With the added benefit of our off-site mobile adoptions, adoption rates will improve and return rates will decrease.
In addition, we hope to establish a spay/neuter fund for low-income families to help address the domestic rabbit overpopulation problem in the Los Angeles area.
Domestic rabbits are the third highest population of animals put to sleep in shelters in the United States. Human beings have a responsibility to these rabbits as they are domestic rabbits bred by people. We believe that by saving these rabbits, we also enrich the lives of people who care for them.
Officers and Board of Directors
- President + Founder: Michelle S. Kelly, Ph.D.
- Vice President: David Moskowitz
- Secretary: Pamela A. Wilkes
- Treasurer: Stephanie Anderson, CPA
- Board Member: Deborah K. Diederich
- Board Member: Anna MacKenzie
- Volunteer Coordinator: Pamela Wilkes
- Special Events Coordinator: Franka Schoening
- Systems Management: David Moskowitz
- Foster Coordinator: Michelle Kelly
- Website Administrators: Jason Taylor, Christa Aube
- Industry Contact: Anna MacKenzie
We have a very high volume of calls and emails; before getting in touch, make sure have read through our site and care information to see if we have already answered your questions.
- If you have a veterinary emergency, contact your rabbit veterinarian now.
- If you are looking to adopt, please fill out our on-line adoption application.
- If you are looking for a new home for your rabbit or a stray rabbit, please review our FAQ or our information regarding Finding Homes for Rabbits.