Meet the Animals
Meet the Rabbits
The average lifespan of a rabbit is 8–12 years. The majority of the rabbits living at Leilani Farm Sanctuary originated as discarded Easter presents. Most domestic rabbits living bored lives stuck inside cages.
Begonia is a large New Zealand White rabbit who was being kept in a small wire cage before her rescue.
Bobo was left in the drop-off area of the humane society and transferred to Leilani Farm Sanctuary to allow space for more rabbits since all the cages were full.
Charlie saved before being eaten by a man.
Clayton was abandoned on the grounds of Leilani Farm Sanctuary
Eunice enjoys raiding the fresh greens growing in the raised garden bed.
Otto is a Lion Angora rabbit who thrives the cool temperatures of Haiku and loves going in his tunnel with the tortoises.
Roger lingered for a long time at the humane society and was transferred to Leilani Farm Sanctuary since nobody would adopt him.
Willow is a playful rabbit who loves to run and hop
Your sustaining support helps us provide food, shelter, and veterinary care for rescued animals; and humane education to the community.
Contributions are tax-deductible and go directly toward our life-saving work at Leilani Farm Sanctuary. We are 100% volunteers.
Help us provide care for a rescued animal and receive an “adoption” certificate with a picture of your sponsored animal.
Take a tour in paradise, meet the animals, and learn their stories! Register a spot for a one hour tour on Wednesdays and Saturdays.