Books for Bunnies

Book’s for Bunnies

Books for Bunnies is an event set up by the blogger over at The Bunny’s Review and coordinated with the help of blogger Alchemy of Scrawl.

These two ladies have worked tirelessly in getting authors to donate eBooks’ for the event.   Currently there are over 100 eBooks that have been donates.  Along with over 30 print books donated.  Some of the print books are even signed by the author’s themselves.

The event is to help raise money for the House Rabbit Society.  The House Rabbit Society or HRS is a 501 non-profit organization to help raise awareness and to rescue rabbits from animal shelters.  Below is a little about the background of the HRS.

House Rabbit Society Background

House Rabbit Society is a national, nonprofit animal welfare organization based in Richmond, California. Our mission has two parts:

  • Through our fostering program, volunteers rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent adoptive homes for them.
  • Through education, we seek to reduce the number of unwanted rabbits — and to improve bunnies’ lives — by helping people better understand these often misunderstood companion animals.

In line with our mission, we are against the exploitation of rabbits.

Since HRS was founded in 1988, over 25,000 rabbits have been rescued through our foster homes across the United States. Many of these bunnies had run out of time at animal shelters and were scheduled for euthanasia; others had been deemed “unadoptable” because of age, health, or disposition. Because there is no time limit on our rescued rabbits, HRS foster parents are able to spend time getting to know each individual bunny and can then match him or her with an appropriate home. We neuter/spay all incoming rabbits, obtain any necessary veterinary care, and attend to their social needs.

In caring for so many diverse bunnies, our all-volunteer organization has learned a tremendous amount about their social, behavioral, and medical requirements. By sharing the collected information these rabbits have taught us, we are able to help other people improve their relationships with their rabbits. HRS provides educational materials to veterinarians and humane societies and helps individual rabbit people solve behavior and health problems, primarily through our web site,, and our quarterly publication, House Rabbit Journal.

Over the past 20 years, HRS has grown from 300 to more than 8,000 members, with local chapters and educators in over 30 states plus Canada, Italy, Hong Kong, Australia and Singapore. Our web site,, is accessed over 100,000 times a day by people in dozens of countries around the world.

How to help

We are asking people to donate money to the HRS at this link through Network for Good.  The person that makes a donation will receive either an eBook or print book equal to the amount donated.  There are books ranging in price from 99 cents to $27.00.  There are several print copies of the books that have been autographed by the author.

The person that donates will receive an email thanking them for donating.  That email needs to be forwarded to  This will show the amount that has been donated.  Please remember there is not any donation that is too small.  Any amount will be greatly appreciated.   The HRS will use the money to either help pay for vet bills or help in finding a forever home for the hundreds of bunnies in their care.

Please if possible take a moment to donate a couple of dollars to the HRS you never know what bunnies life you might be saving.

Suzie & The Bunnies – CupCake & Coale


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    Books for Bunnies

    1. My Pleasure! I hope you guys raise a lot! Everyone loves bunnies ❤

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  4. What a wonderful thing, I live in the SF Bay Area, and I’ve heard of the House Rabbit Society before; I used to have a rabbit when I was a kid, they’re so adorable ❤ Thank you for doing this!

    I had a question–it seems like you publish a MASSIVE amount of blog posts, am I tripping? It seems like many dozen a month. Is that the case? If so, how do you find the time?? Thanks =)

    –Love and Liberation–

    Jan @ TheRewildWest

    1. Hey! I know, I’d love to have bunnies! I already have three dogs and some feral cats! We could just make it officially a farm 😀

      Well, I don’t work. I live way, way away from the city so I started blogging in my free time. I’m up to about five books a week to review thanks to my fabulous tour hosts and of course I get to add in cover reveals, author interviews, guest posts, etc!!! Honestly, I just love it!! I’m hoping in a year or so I’ll be able to switch from just a simple blogging to tour hosting as well so all of this is good practice!

      I hope!

      1. FIVE books a week, WWWWOW!!!! That’s amazing. What exactly do you mean by “tour hosts”?

      2. Do you think that your constant blogging has helped you get more followers/readers?

      3. Well, probably not but I do love it. I think the best way is getting to other blogs and saying hi, commenting etc. 😀 But I do love reading and since this has become my thing, then it’s win/win!

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