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Creating a world where every rabbit is safe, happy, and healthy.

Our Mission

We have a New Facility!

Connecticut’s only stand-alone rabbit adoption and education center

We are currently raising funds to open a new facility in Tolland County, CT. With your donations, we can open a one of a kind rescue center that will allow us to save more lives every day.

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Meet Equinox

Equinox loves to explore his surroundings and people. He likes receiving pets and following his family around, circling them. He plays with his sticks, stacking cups, and likes finding his food hidden in his toys. He loves bananas and will munch on lettuce too. He is curious and mischievous, and loves getting his binkies out! He has enjoyed living with his human foster siblings and would do well in a home with children who are gentle and understand proper bunny care.

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Ways You Can Help


Our organization operates entirely on donations from our supporters, which helps us feed and provide medical care to our rabbits. We also accept donations of supplies and volunteer services.


Open your home to a rescue rabbit in need. Fosters provide shelter and love to our recently rescued bunnies. We provide supplies and cover veterinary expenses while we find their forever home.


Looking for the new love of your life? We have the cutest rabbits in Connecticut available for adoption right now. Learn about our care standards and adoption process by following the link below.

what they’re saying

Everybunny Counts is dedicated to providing love, care, and shelter to all domestic rabbits. Even bunnies with problems interacting with humans are cared for and encouraged to socialize so that they can make that special connection and find a forever home.

Anya Abelsky

At first, Ferd would run and hide at the sound and sight of us, but through a lot of patience, he was able to overcome his fear and become a happy, friendly, and curious rabbit. We loved him so much that he became a foster fail, and we adopted him into our family.

Anya Abelsky

Our foster bunny was originally found outside in December, scared, starving and frail. Within a week with us, he gained weight, confidence, and made himself comfortable in our home. It’s been incredible watching his transformation firsthand. You can tell he’s so thankful that we took him in!

Kim O'Malley

Adopting from Everybunny Counts was so wonderful that I did it twice! The staff are so knowledgeable, kind and committed to matching rabbits with their perfect families. I recommend them wholeheartedly to any current or future bun parent.

Lake Buckner

Everybunny Counts is a wonderful organization full of people who truly love bunnies and want to make a difference in their lives. Adopting my bunny Stitch from them has given me so much joy, and I love my continued volunteer work with the organization.

Emily Garth

Help! I found a wild rabbit!

Please note that our rescue only provides care for domestic rabbits. If you have found a wild rabbit in distress, please refer to a Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator in Connecticut.