Rescuing domestic feral rabbits and breeding family friendly show quality Polish and Havanas
Located about 20 minutes north of Seattle.
What we do
The Singing Sparrow Rabbitry is family run, participates in the 4H program, and are members of the ARBA (rabbitry # D6267). We aim to breed pedigreed Polish and Havana rabbits that are family friendly and show quality. We are located about 20 minutes north of Seattle on a one acre suburban plot shared with many chickens and a single resident duck.
We also rescue, foster, and find homes for domestic feral rabbits that have been dumped by their owners in King and Snohomish Counties. Always call your local humane society if you have found an injured rabbit.
For more information about getting on our Polish or Havana litter interest list or giving a home to an adoptable rescue please email us at singingsparrowrabbitry at gmail dot com
About the ARBA and the 4H program
We are members of the American Rabbit Breeders Association. "The ARBA is an organization dedicated to the promotion, development and improvement of the domestic rabbit and cavy. With over 23,000 members throughout the United States, Canada, and abroad, our members range from the pet owner with one rabbit or cavy to the breeder or commercial raiser with several hundred animals. Each aspect of the rabbit and cavy industry whether it be fancy (for exhibition), as a pet, or for commercial value, is encouraged by our organization. "
To learn more about the ARBA visit www.arba.net/
"4-H is the largest youth development organization in the nation. The United States has more than 6 million members and 600,000 leaders. Around the world, 4-H type clubs now exist in at least 82 countries. In the 21st century, 4-H serves a broad clientele with expanded program focus using a variety of ways to deliver its effective “learn by doing” approach."
To learn more about the 4H program, visit http://4-h.org/about/what-is-4-h/