Robot Rescue Coalition

Did you know that, each year, 17 million robots go without arms and legs and that some never get a chance to see through transplanted eyes?  In fact, every day, 4 out of 5 robot parts are cast into landfills to simply rust away.

However, there is hope.  Together, we can break the never-ending cycle of waste and dismemberment. At the Robot Rescue Coalition, our mission is to rescue, reassemble, and release robots into the world again.  We believe that all robots are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Personality, and the Pursuit of Appendages.

Please join us in this crusade to end robot cruelty.  Save a life.  Buy a robot.

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Adoptable Robots

Some robots find homes quickly, and others haven't had the chance to be featured on this site yet. Please visit the online Adoption Site to see who is currently seeking a forever home.



Norman, the spokes-bot for The Bot Connection, has the innate social skills of an ostrich/warthog hybrid and often feels a bit insecure. Despite this, he accepts himself as he is and enjoys sharing his journey with the world.

Success Stories

These lucky robots found their forever home. While no two robots are ever exactly alike, similar ones can be reassembled. Go to Commissions to find out how.