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Bunnies and Rats are looking for their forever homes

A New Life Animal Sanctuary volunteer will help you get acquainted. Read below to learn more, and then reach out to us,, with any questions.



Last year, New Life Animal Sanctuary took in 32 rabbits released from a laboratory in Northern California! That was just the beginning of their Life After Labs. They had been known as only a number.

Their metal, numbered ear tags were removed and they will never be hurt again. Their lives matter for each individual, sentient being they are.

Most of these bunnies have been adopted out to loving new homes, please contact us if you would like to be a future adopter.

Mommy and Baby Rats

While en route to pick up our newest piggy from a laboratory last year, the lab informed us that 6 expectant rat mothers were set to be euthanized but that we could have them if we wanted. So, of course, Crystal scooped them up too!

As usual, we don’t know what was done to them in the past. We just know that these wonderful creatures are safe, no longer objects of research, and the rat babies will never know the torture that their mothers did.

Babies were born early April and are over one year old now, and almost all have been adopted. Please contact us if you would like to provide a home to any future rats that we can help.

Adopt: Team
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