Robert is a dwarf cross about a year old. He was rescued by a grandparent from a grand daughter who was not caring for him properly. He was basically being ignored after the initial “novelty” wore off. (An all too common scenario.) Robert is a lively, friendly, little fellow who will blossom with some attention. He uses his litter box and runs up to see you.
Shannon is a lovely, sable rabbit with a nice personality. She is a young adult and was left outside to fend for herself. A kind person picked her up and brought her to us. Shannon is a personable bunny who likes to be petted and is easy to handle. She enjoys exploring and will appreciate some room to play.
Babette and Suzie
These lovely, Holland Lops are sisters, 4 years old. They are sweet temperament girls, a bit shy at first. They have mostly had each other to interact with and not a lot of time with people. They are quick to run up for a treat and happy to see you so it won’t be long before they warm up. Babette is the bigger bunny and Suzie the smaller sister. Both are good with their litter box.
This dear little Netherland dwarf is only 6 months old. She was bought as a Christmas gift for a child and then discarded when she got a dog. Luckily she ended up with us. Cocoa is an out-going little bunny, friendly but a little shy at first. She enjoys attention and being petted and accepts being handled but like most rabbits, prefers not to be. Cocoa is a tidy little bunny who uses her litter box well. She will be a good house rabbit.
This adorable Harlequin baby boy was picked up in a Richmond park. He came right up to his rescuers. His brothers and sisters ran away so Perry is the smart one. This little guy is probably about 4 months old and has just been neutered. We think he is half Rex. He is so friendly, smart and active. Some lucky person will get a super pet bunny.
Brie couldn’t go with her care giver to the new place so she came to us. She is 4 years old and a real sweetie. Brie is a Holland Lop cross and her ears are sometimes sideways which is very cute. She is an out-going and friendly girl who misses her home.
Here’s a cute little Holland Lop. Nancy is young and active. She is a little shy until you know her but kind and curious. She will appreciate a quieter home with people who take their time with her. She may have been a neglected outside rabbit as she was found lost.
Luna and Hershey
The world’s most beautiful pair – Luna is white girl with tan spots, eyeliner and blue eyes. Hershey is a Rex boy in orange and black harlequin pattern. They are both friendly and personable and only about a year old. A very lovely pair, good with their litter box. Just waiting for that free run home to be adorable in.
Diana, Aurora, Venus and Juno
These beautiful, spotted girls are a family. I named them after Roman Goddesses. Left to right they are Diana, Aurora, Venus and Juno. Venus is the mom and these are her three daughters. They are all lovely rabbits – great personality buns. All of them are spayed. If 3 bunnies are fun imagine how interesting it would be to have four beauties like these. They could go in pairs but it would be nicer to keep them together.
Winnie, Kanga and Roo
Winnie, Kanga and Roo are 3 little rabbits that owe their lives to a kind person who rescued them from behind a dumpster in a parking garage when they were about 2 weeks old. Luckily, their mom came with them (she was hard to catch). Thanks to those kind people they have grown into an interesting and naughty little trio. It’s always fun to have more than one bunny…and three is even better than two. Winnie is a chocolate brown girl. Kanga is a black girl and Roo is a black boy. They are not yet a year old. They will enjoy a bunny proof space to run and play.