Prison Bunnies Get Approved for Parole

Posted in intakes at 10:31 am by Jenn

In early October, right in the midst of my own thrilling move, ACR&S took in five bunnies that were originally inmates at a local prison.  These rabbits were part of a rehabilitation program for the inmates, which focused on them helping animals which, like they, had been down on their luck.  Thanks to the wonderful SPCA of the Triad, these bunnies’ plight was brought to our attention, and we took in a group of five.

These bunnies are all spayed or neutered, and are reported to be around six years of age.  All of them have clearly been well loved, and beg for attention and treats (mostly treats — they are still rabbits!)  Their litterbox manners are not the best, but we’re working on it, and Bonnie and Clydette are doing particularly well.

Below, from left to right, are Dillinger, Sundance, Pretty Boy Floyd, and Bonnie & Clydette.  Each picture links to their Petfinder profile for more information about them!



  1. Searching for happy endings » A great new year for Sundance! said,

    January 6, 2010 at 12:35 pm

    […] both to have someone in case one of their friends passed away.  She had seen the profiles on our prison bunnies and had liked the look of Sundance.  We emailed back and forth, she filled out an adoption […]

  2. Laura Jackson said,

    August 7, 2011 at 2:50 pm


    We are interested in adopting Dillinger. She was featured in the Indendent and on the page:

    However, the Dillinger image link incorrectly goes to another bunny’s details.

    During 9-5 m-f please email or call Laura Jackson at 919 541 3088.

    Thanks you very much.
    Laura Jackson