ResQte Of The Week: Buns In Big D

Let’s mosey down to Denton, Texas- just north of Big D, y’all- and check in at BUN CENTRAL, where Amy M. took these videos.

“Diana Leggett runs WildRescue Inc in Denton, Texas. She has 100+ rabbits of all ages and breeds up for adoption. She rescues them from terrible situations and makes sure that each and every bun is loved, gets the medical attention they need and are all spayed/neutered.”

“She also takes in orphaned baby Cottontails and keeps them safe and fed until they are strong enough to be released back into the wild. She does it on a shoestring budget with a handful of volunteers. Here’s a blurb from the WildRescue website, “There are far more domestic rabbits coming into DFW area shelters then there are people wanting to adopt. Our goal is to find them fur-ever loving families, but until we do, they have the Sanctuary.”

In the Denton Area and wanna Bun? Find ’em here. If you know of a Cute Rescue we should know about, (hence the name ResQte) you know what to do.



  1. Easily my ideal job. I want to start one here in NC. Kudos!

  2. LunaChickFringe says:

    That is a LOT of buns. I wonder how (or if) they keep them from fighting. Rabbits society is hierarchical and I would imagine there would have to be some competition to be top bunny in a group that large. I know I have two dominant bunny girls (sisters) who frequently try to usurp each other in that department. As adorable as they are they can really throw down if they are so inclined.

  3. Rachael says:

    Wow, I can’t express how much I admire that woman and her group! I guess I’ll walk the walk by making a donation – with great pleasure.

  4. What is she feeding them? Looks like bird seed.

  5. Ms Blue says:

    People think bunnies are easy pets. My bunny would like to inform you that he has NEEDS and expects them met on a daily basis. Nothing worse then bunny disapproval.