About The Rabbit Haven:

The Rabbit Haven is a 501 c3 non-profit educational organization, a project of AVA. We are a member of the Bay Area Shelter Network, Northern Cal Rabbit rescue network, The Watsonville Task Force as well as a variety of other community groups. The Haven works with rabbit education and support groups, such as The House Rabbit Society, Harvest Home and many others. We work with a network of veterinarians who supply the Rabbit Haven with vital, up to date information. We are an all volunteer organization. We have no paid staff. The Rabbit Haven cares for about 100 rabbits at any time through our foster site networks. Our foster network is the core of our operations. The Organization is funded by individual donors and grants. We have no City, County State or Federal funding.

The Rabbit Haven rescues abandoned rabbits and accepts surrendered rabbits from the general public, from shelters and from other rescue organizations in the counties of Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, Sonoma, Sacramento, San Benito, Yolo, Contra Costa, and Monterey, and San Mateo. The Rabbit Haven works in the community, at schools, with shelters and with other education groups to provide education on rabbit care, feeding, grooming, medical, social and behavioral needs.

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Stitch Signal: Thursday Feb. 27, Please read thoroughly

Bottom Line Up Front: :

      • Announcing Every Stitch Matters has teamed up with The Rabbit Haven from Santa Cruz & Santa Clara County, CA
      • NEW PLEDGE FORM FOR ITEM NEEDS: https://forms.gle/Zgg1rozMXQf8hK8P9
      • Need, Deadline, Craft and Patterns for this project

Stitch Signal: February 27, 2020

We are excited to announce our partnership with The Rabbit Haven from Scott's Valley/Santa Cruz/Los Gatos, CA!

The Rabbit Haven rescues abandoned rabbits and guinea pigs and accepts surrendered rabbits and guinea pigs from the general public and shelters in Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, Contra Costa, San Benito and Monterey Counties. We then work to place these rescued animals into loving foster homes, secure medical care including needed spay neuter, and then place them into permanent homes. The Rabbit Haven works in the community, at schools, with shelters, and other education groups to educate the public on animal care, feeding, grooming, medical needs, social dynamics and behaviors.

Please use the Pledge Form https://forms.gle/Zgg1rozMXQf8hK8P9 to pledge how many hammocks and pouches you will make. Once your items are done, please go back and update the form saying your items are complete. Once completed items are ready, you will receive an email with instructions on where to send your items.

Craft: Sewing, building with wood


      • 100 Fleece or Flannel 5 'X 5' floor covers, double layer
      • 100 Holding blanket 34"x46" made of fleece, flannel or cotton
      • 100 Snuggle sacks for holding made of padded cotton of fleece
      • Wooden Hay Boxes 8" long- x 6 “ tall with one large hole cut out in front so rabbit can pull hay out


      • ASAP


Other Instructions:

    • Animals who will use these items: Rabbits