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Help Us!

Volunteers needed to transport, groom, play with, and foster bunnies.  Please contact BWF if you have time to spare for the bunnies!

Foster a Bunny!

Please sign up to be a foster and help us socialize our buns so they can get proper homes!  

Sponsor a Bunny! 

Donate directly to a specific bun on Petfinder! Just click on the bunny you want to sponsor and click the "Sponsor Me" button.

Support Through Advocacy

ANIMALS ARE DYING AT SANTEE ALLEY! Please help us combat animal cruelty in the Los Angeles Fashion District.


BWF Resources...

For most up to date information on BWF's trials, tribulations, and joys that come with rescuing, weaning, and nursing back to health the little ones, please visit Bunny World Foundation & The Deadly Secret of Santee Alley on FB, as well as the Trailer of our documentary-in-the-making


Holiday Party & "Lucky Paw" Raffle @ The Standard Hollywood on December 21, 2011

Please join us this Wednesday at 7:30 pm for a Year End Celebration with live music by Adrienne Pierce, Ari Shine & Leslie LoweThe show will be hosted by KCRW's DJ Valida, BWF Co-founder & Board Member.

Don't miss this fantastic event, "Lucky Paw" Raffle drawing, and the opportunity to win a stay at the Hilton, dinner at The Standard, and more exciting prizes!


For more info and to RSVP, please click here.


Happy Thanksgiving!

Thank you to all who supported us thus far! BWF has taken in 1500 un-weaned baby bunnies since June 2008. We have an open door to the community and are eager to assist all unaware buyers who are lured into buying unweaned baby animals that in most cases die within a few days of purchase as they are not old enough make it without mother’s milk.  Please DO NOT buy these bunnies. They are NOT "dwarfs!" They are only BABIES and need MILK in order to survive!  Please help us keep up the good fight, and Happy Thanksgiving!


Almost 250 Baby Bunnies Confiscated by LAPD & Rescued by BWF from LA Fashion District/Santee Alley since Easter! Fosters, Volunteers, Supplies, & Donations Needed & Appreciated!


City Looks to Target Animal Buyers in Effort to Stop Sales

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Published: Tuesday, November 23, 2010, at 09:15AM

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES — A new ordinance designed to give law enforcement another tool in the fight against illegal animal sales on Los Angeles streets took a step forward this week, but it remains to be seen if it will have any effect on a problem that numerous raids and frequent arrests have done little to impact.

On any given day, shoppers along Maple in the Fashion District can find street vendors selling small turtles no larger than a quarter and baby rabbits that could fit in the palm of your hand. “Downtown could easily be Bangladesh,” says Lejla Hadzimuratovic, who has lived all over the world and witnessed similar scenes in third-world countries.

Click here to read the full article.

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