Spend some time helping at the cutest place on Earth for domestic rabbits and guinea pigs.

On any given day, Bunny House is home to around 90 rabbits and a few guinea pigs. Before coming to our sanctuary, many were often victims of abandonment, hoarding, bunny farms, or excessive breeding. Some have injuries or special needs. 

All want to be loved, and you can help our adorable friends with just that when you spend some of your day with the Bunny House residents.   

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The gift of your time will enrich the lives of the bunnies

Even better? You’ll have a fun and fulfilling day with fellow caring volunteers at Bunny House.

 See what a day in the life of a Bunny House volunteer looks like: 

Here’s what you can expect as a volunteer at Bunny House

With staff (and bunny) assistance, you’ll have lots of fun learning about what’s involved in large-scale rabbit care during your volunteer shift. 

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Volunteer Tasks

A lot goes into caring for so many bunnies — some with injuries or special needs — so there's always something you can help with. Bunny House volunteer tasks can include cleaning, socializing, grooming, feeding, and making toys.

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Time Commitment

You can choose from two volunteer shifts daily: 8:15-11:30 a.m. and 1:15-4 p.m.   

We also offer disability-friendly shifts that are shorter and last for one hour total. 

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Volunteer Requirements

To volunteer at Bunny House, you need to be 8 years old or older. Minors under 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times while volunteering. One adult can supervise two minors.  

Safety guidelines: We're focused on keeping you and our animal friends safe while you're volunteering. Before your trip to the Sanctuary, make sure you've read through what to expect at the Sanctuary and in specific animal areas.

Book your volunteer experience

Ready to plan your time at Bunny House? We’re so excited you’ll be joining us soon — and the bunnies are, too! 

Scheduling your volunteer shifts in advance is highly recommended, and shifts can be scheduled as far as one year in advance. You can check the availability of shifts anytime.

Once you sign up and complete your volunteer agreement, you can access the full list of volunteer opportunities.

If you already have a Best Friends volunteer profile, go to the volunteer portal to see opportunities available to you.

Volunteers with disabilities are welcome! Contact us to learn about volunteering with a disability; we offer shorter hour-long shifts for anyone interested. Email volunteers@bestfriends.org or call 435-319-0622 with questions or sign up for a shift.

Read about the bunnies 

Check out these tales about our rabbits and the people like you who love them. 

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Adopt or sponsor a bunny 

Looking to welcome a rabbit into your life? Start your search today and browse our adoptable bunnies.

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Sponsor a Bunny House resident

Touched by a rabbit’s story or feel a special connection to a bunny here at the Sanctuary? Provide a little extra TLC with the gift of sponsorship.

See all rabbits available to adopt or sponsor

Know before you go

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