Here’s a cute, calm, little Holland Lop who will make a super companion rabbit. Grantly has been a free-range house bunny. He is a good natured bunny, uses his litter box like a pro and is not a “chewy” rabbit. Grantly is 5 years old and looks forward to having a house to play in again.
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. At the moment only Venus is spayed but the girls are now 4 months old and ready for their turn. 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.
Peach is a beautiful Lionhead, with a nice personality. She is larger than the usual Lionhead with an easy to care for mane. Peach is a friendly, out-going girl who uses her litter box. She will be an excellent house bunny and may like a neutered boy bunny for a friend. She is 2 and a half years old.
Ruby is a New Zealand White rabbit who was left outside to fend for herself. Some kind people caught her and brought her to us. She was not hard to catch because she is very friendly and loves her food. White rabbits are usually quickly killed by predators because they are so easy to see so Ruby was a lucky rabbit. She is very good with her litter box and will be a fine house bunny. We think that she is a young adult.
Violet and Daphne
Here’s a lovely pair of girls. Violet is a rose grey agouti rabbit (very lovely colour) and Daphne is a grey and white Dutch girl. They love each other. Violet is 5 yrs old and Daphne is probably 4 years. Violet came from a shelter and Daphne was found. Both are calm, friendly girls in good health. They use their litter box expertly. They have had free run in a house and are not happy in a shelter cage. They await a home and freedom to explore.
Alice is a friendly white girl, the mother of our four black and white spotted babies who lost their front feet. Alice was luckily not injured. She is a nice natured rabbit who appreciates a friendly human who understands that a bunny can be startled. Alice is very clean and a non destructive girl who will be a good house bunny.
William is such a sweet boy who was found lost in Surrey. He is so friendly and affectionate – how could anyone “lose” him. William is a young adult who loves to be petted. He is lively and loves to explore. William will be a wonderful house bunny and good pet for some lucky person.
Michael is a handsome, brown rabbit with a super personality. He had a lovely home but insisted on being mean to his girl bunny friend. He loves people and attention so I guess he wanted it all for himself. Michael will be best as an only bun. He is super clean, friendly and amusing. And only about 2 years old.
Benji and Jade
These poor bunnies were up for grabs at a garage sale. Lucky for them friends of VRRA picked them up. Benji is a tan and white boy, quite likely a Rex cross. Jade is a very pretty black Martin rabbit. They are good with their litter box and not chewy except for their cardboard box. Benji is a bit overweight and sometimes a little crabby. He needs more room to run about. Jade is a little sweetie and shy until you know her. Benji is 3 or 4 and Jade is younger.