Rabbits are fragile creatures. Being prey animals, they instinctively hide sickness until it can be too late. Know the signs to watch out for. Prevention is key! One of the services CCRS is passionate about is educating the public concerning the needs and welfare for domesticated rabbits through public outreach and local and national advocacy work. Our social networking sites, including Facebook (with over 3k fans) and high-traffic website, reach rabbit lovers from around the world and has become a leader in rabbit care. Cottontail Cottage also aids poor, rural communities and folks who need in-house instruction on caring for their rabbits. Regardless of socio-economic , people care deeply for their pets. As a movement, CCRR looks hard at at solving the issues where they occur to prevent rabbits from coming to shelters in the first place. Unhappy circumstances can be turned around. CCRR reaches out proactively to close the gap in misguided rabbit care information in order to keep pets happy in loving homes by providing the latest information, newest approaches and best practices in our quest to save lives and keep rabbits with their families. Contact us for more suggestions. And for a medical emergency, seek immediate veterinary assistance.