Floppy is an elegant mini lop about 3 years old. Contrary to popular belief mini lops are not small rabbits. Holland Lops are the small ones. Mini Lops are called “mini” because when they were first bred the only lops around were English and French Lops, both giant breeds. So Floppy is a medium-large sized rabbit with a great personality, out-going and friendly. Floppy is good with her litter box and likes attention. She will be a grand house rabbit.
Winston is just a young boy (about 4-5 months old) and will probably grow bigger. He was found dumped out near a university. Sadly, some students think it’s ok to get a pet and then throw it out once they are caught with it in the dorm. It’s never a good idea to get a pet when you do not have a stable life style. Winston is a really friendly boy and very active, like most young animals. He will be ready for adoption once he is neutered.
Eva is a large, white Lionhead….a beautiful girl. She is friendly and out-going, enjoys being petted and loves to run around and explore. Eva is good with her litter box and is not a chewy rabbit. She will be a good house bunny. Eva was surrendered because she refused to be friends with some other rabbits so she would prefer to be an only rabbit.
Binky is a super family pet bunny. She is a calm, friendly girl, easy to handle, who is good with her litter box and not a chewy rabbit. She loves to run and explore and needs to do that as she is a bit over weight. She eats lots of hay and is in excellent health. Binky is 4-5 years old.
Here’s a really cute, little Holland Lop called Roman. He is 6 years old and is a calm, friendly boy. Roman might like a girl bunny to live with. He will be a good family pet.
Misty is a calm, sweet rabbit with a good personality. She is about 2 years old and was surrendered due to moving. Misty would like a loving home with people who will think of her as family and not leave her behind again.
This handsome boy was one of quite a few rabbits from an accidental breeding. He and his litter mates, his mom and dad all have the same colouring. Butterworth is only about 1 year old. He is outgoing and friendly once he gets to know you. He is clean and not a chewy rabbit. Butterworth will be a good companion bunny and he might like to have a girl bunny as a friend.
Ashlyn was saved as a baby rabbit, only about 2 weeks old. She was found on a construction site as she and her sister were about to be covered with concrete. She has grown up to be an outgoing girl with a big personality. Ashlyn really loves to explore and enjoy the world and she does not appreciate being caged. She doesn’t do annoying things such as chewing on the bars but she likes to rearrange the contents to keep busy. She is good with her litter and will be an fun and interesting house bunny. Ashlyn is a year old.
Celeste is bunny about 3-4 months old. She is very pretty with her white coat and calico spots. Someone bought her in a pet store for a young child, quickly didn’t want her, then sent her to other people who did not want her. She was put in a back yard in an indoor cage with no protection from the elements and no food or water other than what she could find. Lucky for her a neighbour saved her and brought her to us. She is a sweet, little girl, friendly and calm.
Skipper is a very handsome, black and white rabbit with a lovely personality. He is a young rabbit who was turned out to fend for himself. Luckily Skipper found his way to us. He is a clean and tidy rabbit, friendly and out-going. He sometimes gets startled and would prefer a calm home with people to pet him and a chance to explore.