The Memphis folks have retired from active service so that we can spend more time with our rabbits.
Please follow the link below to RabbitWise, Inc.
RabbitWise, Inc | RabbitWise Memphis
Basics of Rabbit Care; Local Vets; Petsitters; Where to adopt; Orphaned baby rabbits and other wildlife
Our favorite introduction to rabbit care is in the "Interactive Bun" pages at
Make Mine Chocolate.
Our vet is Dr. Ralph Pope
All Creatures Animal Hospital, Collierville
Dr. Kelly Green
Raleigh Bartlett Animal Hospital
Dr. Shannon McGhee
Collierville Animal Hospital
Dr. Steve Snow
Berclair Animal Hospital
Dr. Chris Faircloth
Eastwood Animal Hospital
These people are local to the greater Memphis area, although they may still be using out-of-area phone numbers.
Email them if the phone number is wrong (people don't always tell us when they change their phone numbers.)
Southern Bunny Sanctuary, Nashville, TN
Angel Maggie's Memorial Sanctuary, Hendersonville, TN
Clover Patch Sanctuary, Franklin, TN
Bunny Rescue, Columbia, TN
Arkansas Pet Rabbit Network, Little Rock, AR
Check with veterinarians. Vets are often asked to help find homes for animals, even when it's not a species they treat.
Call all the local animal shelters. Rabbits are often surrendered.
If you found a baby rabbit, a nest of baby rabbits, or other wildlife that seems to be in need, check WildRescue's website.
It has good information, and also includes this link to the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association, which can help you find someone qualified to deal with the problem.