Thank you for your interest in adopting a homeless rabbit! Our adoption floor is open to the public for browsing. If you are interested in adopting a rabbit, appointments are welcomed and encouraged. Walk-in appointments will be accommodated as often as possible.

Before you get started, take a moment to read our adoption guidelines to learn more about adopting from Animal Friends. Once you’re ready to meet your match, start your application or contact our Adoption team with any questions. Once you have completed your application, an in-person meet and greet will be scheduled with your entire family living in your home.

Our 75-mile adoption radius has now been removed, allowing us to provide support to the pets and people of communities that we were previously unable to serve. Through this, our hope is that some of our animal residents who have had a more difficult time finding their homes locally will be able to reach the hearts of those who are separated by a greater distance. We ask that if you are interested in adopting from Animal Friends and live outside of the state of Pennsylvania, that you submit an application online at and schedule an appointment with us before coming to Pittsburgh in order to provide you with the best possible experience.

Email   |  412.847.7002

Requested Adoption Donations

Young/Adult younger than 6 years | $85
Senior 6 years or older | $50

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Meet Your Match

Below, you can get to know all of the rabbits who are currently available for adoption at Animal Friends. Each of our bunny residents has received a thorough medical examination, microchip and is spayed or neutered.

Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease

If you have a rabbit resident in your home, they must come to Animal Friends to meet the rabbit you plan to adopt before finalizing your adoption. All owned rabbits must be fully vaccinated for Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHD)*. Proof of RHD vaccine is required.

*RHD is a highly contagious viral disease that is almost always fatal to both domestic and wild rabbit populations. Though more common in other states, RHD has recently been identified in Pennsylvania. There is a vaccine for RHD, which has been recommended to local and state veterinarians. In an effort to keep both our rabbits and potential adopters resident rabbits safe, Animal Friends only allows fully vaccinated rabbits to interact with each other. Each rabbit is vaccinated upon admission to Animal Friends and given a booster after 21 days. Our rabbits are considered fully vaccinated 72 hours after receiving the second vaccine.

Adoptable Rabbits

Can’t find who you’re looking for?

  • Adopt local! Animal Friends is proud to partner with Humane Animal Rescue of Pittsburgh (HARP) to help find forever homes for animals in our community. Click here to view additional adoptable animals from our partners at HARP. When you adopt from Animal Friends or HARP, you are improving the lives of animals by giving them loving homes.
  • This page is automatically updated daily at 9:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., so check back often if you don’t find your match!
  • Find animals who are searching for homes through our Home-to-Home Adoption program.

Come to our BunRuns!

These are held nearly every Saturday from 2:30-4 p.m. and are a great opportunity to meet the rabbits we have available for adoption. Because the bunnies are free to roam, their personalities really shine! And, our knowledgeable staff and volunteers will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.

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Senior | Other

Kettle Corn

Adult | Florida White


Adult | Lop, Holland

Milky Way

Adult | Rex, Mini


Adult | Flemish Giant