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There are hundreds of organizations around the world, working every day to help rabbits and rabbit owners in whatever way they need.

They work to inform, give advice on care and also help to save rabbits that have been neglected, mistreated or abandoned.

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Most organizations for the rabbit industry are in Europe and America but there are other countries with their own authorities.

There are so many rabbit related organizations, charities, councils, associations and societies that there are just too many to list here. So, for ease of reference I will outline just the main ones for the UK and USA.

(For your own country's organizations go to your search engine provider where they should be simple to find.)

Most organizations specialize in a certain message, for example some may only work with house rabbits, others with breeders and show rabbits and others with adoption and rescue rabbits.

Click these in-page links to find rabbit organizations for your country...

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Joining a Rabbit Organization
There are many benefits to joining an organization specializing in your field of interest or expertise, here's a few right here...

Rabbit Organizations - UK

UK Governing Body

  • British Rabbit Council - The British Rabbit Council is Great Britain’s largest rabbit organization. The BRC publishes a “breeds standard of perfection” book every few years with updated information on the different rabbit breeds and information on show standards, but you can readily find this information on their website.

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Rabbit Associations

  • The RWAF - The Rabbit Welfare Association & Fund is the largest organization devoted to improving the quality of life of the UK's pet rabbits.

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Rabbit Rescue Centres & Charities

  • RSPCA - The RSPCA is the leading UK animal welfare charity. We specialise in rescue, animal welfare and preventing animal cruelty.
  • PDSA - is the UKs leading animal veterinary charity offering pet health care for a range of animals, including dogs, cats & rabbits.
  • CottonTails® Rabbit and Guinea Pig Rescue is a registered charity that takes in unwanted and abandoned rabbits and guinea pigs and is one of the largest of the many registered charities in the UK.

For more rescue centres & charities in the UK, click here...

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Rabbit Organizations - USA

USA Governing Body

  • American Rabbit Breeders Association - ARBA is one of the best and most popular organizations. They offer a variety of services including a rabbit and rabbitry registration service. They also publish a new “Breed Schedule of Points” book every few years with updated information on the different rabbit breeds and information on show standards.

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Rabbit Associations

  • House Rabbit Society - The House Rabbit Society is based in America and is a rabbit rescue / care organization which focuses on providing information about taking care of and adopting pet rabbits. The Society is worldwide with over 25 local and regional chapters.

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Rabbit Rescue Centres & Charities

For more rescue centres & charities in the USA, click here...

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Benefits of Joining an Organization

Here's five great reasons why joining an organization near you is a good idea:

  1. When you join a rabbit organization you will get to meet other rabbit breeders from abroad and have an opportunity to learn, share and gain valuable experience in your field.
  2. You get to stay informed about the latest news in the rabbit industry on a consistent basis.
  3. If you love rabbits, you'll fine the atmosphere of events etc fun and enjoyable as you learn and share.
  4. You have the opportunity to help “give back” to the rabbit industry as a whole.
  5. If you are joining an organization specializing in rabbits you will potentially have the opportunity to help save the lives of bunny rabbits whether you adopt or donate.

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