Colorado House Rabbit Society

We care for about 140 homeless domestic rabbits at our facility in Broomfield. We are 100% volunteer-based so each dollar donated goes to the direct care of the rabbits. We never euthanize except to end suffering after every effort has been made to sustain the rabbit's life.

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Official Name
Colorado House Rabbit Society​​​​​​​
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12601 Lowell Blvd.
Broomfield, CO 80020
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12601 Lowell Blvd.
Broomfield, CO 80020
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P. O. Box 238
Broomfield, CO 80038
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Mission Statement

The mission of the Colorado House Rabbit Society is to rescue abandoned rabbits and find permanent homes for them, to educate the public, and to assist humane societies through publications on rabbit care, phone consultations and classes, upon request.

Organization History

The Colorado House Rabbit Society was recognized as a 501(c) non-profit organization, under the guise of the National House Rabbit Society, in October of 1998. Nancy LaRoche started the Colorado Chapter and remains the Manager to the present date. She, her Assistant Managers and hundreds of other dedicated volunteers see to the needs of every domestic rabbit in its care with the ultimate goal of placing each and every one into a loving, permanent home.


I have had many associations with Colorado House Rabbit Society for many years. Have adopted, sought bunny advice, bought supplies from, attended seminars by, attended events, etc. Nancy (the lady who runs the organization) has a huge heart and has dedicated her life to caring for these very vulnerable little creatures. If you want to adopt a healthy bunny, get accurate information about its care, and have terrific post-adoption support, this is where you want to go. Patrica R., Greeley 7/25/17

The nicest people I have ever met! We just took in a pretty neglected and without ever even meeting us they spent three and a half hours cleaning her up and showing us how to care for her. I didn't know humans could be so wonderful. These people really love rabbits. D. M., Wheat Ridge 4/7/17

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