The Issue: Health Risks to Rabbits Without Proper Vet Care
Without proper medical care, domestic rabbits face a litany of preventable health problems. According to the House Rabbit Network, up to 85% of female rabbits develop uterine cancer if they've not been spayed. While the risks for male rabbits aren't as clear, neutering can improve their behaviors immensely, as mature male rabbits are often aggressive.
The Campaign: Providing Vet Care for Rescued Rabbits
All donations to this Grassroots campaign will be used by Red Door Animal Shelter to provide vet care for rescued rabbits. For every $40 raised, Red Door Animal Shelter can cover the costs of average vet care for one rabbit, including spay or neuter surgeries. Spray Foam Direct will provide up to $2,000 in matching donations.
Red Door Animal Shelter
For centuries, a red door has symbolized a safe haven, and that's exactly what Red Door Animal Shelter is—a place of refuge for cats, dogs, and rabbits in need. This no-kill shelter provides a cage-free environment so that animals can experience a homelike atmosphere as much as possible. After spaying or neutering their rescued four-legged friends, Red Door places them for adoption, relying solely on private donations and grants to cover costs.