Patrick

Patrick

 

This very, handsome little bun was found running around loose in a Vancouver neighbourhood. He was very lucky as he was loose for a month. Kind people in the area looked out for him and noticed how much he grew so he was turned out very young. We think he is about 3 months old now. Patrick (named after the kind man who looked out for him) is a friendly little bunny. He get startled sometimes but will come up to see you and loves to be petted. Patrick will be a good companion bunny. He will be ready for adoption once he is neutered.

Baxter

Baxter

 

Baxter described by his foster folks. He’s a very nice bunny.

  • Litterbox habits: excellent. He even just uses one corner of his litter box
  • Friendliness with people: excellent. Enjoys pets and will sit beside you for long time
  • Energy level: High. He does not do well in a cage and gets very aggressive. We have not seen this at all so long as he has a bit more space to run around. He also likes a bit of outdoor space too if possible but a free roam house bunny would be best for him, with a pen for nights.
  • Territorial nature: Moderate – if you were going to bond him, it would need to be with a more docile rabbit for sure
  • Chewy: Moderate, worse if he is confined to a small space

Cossette

Cossette

 

This pretty, little, dwarf bunny was shut in a garage and neglected for 6 years. She was overweight and under loved. Now she is outgoing, perky, sweet and nice with other bunnies. She is also good with her litter box and not a chewer. Cossette will be a good house bunny and affectionate pet.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon

 

Cinnamon is a lonely boy. He recently lost his girl and they had been together their whole lives. Cinnamon is 9 or 10 years old and doing well. He’s hoping he can end his days in a loving home with a girl bunny who will lick his ears.

Cain

Cain

 

Here’s a cute, little Lionhead. Cain is only about 1 year old. He’s fluffy but hasn’t got his mane yet. He is a friendly, active boy and he’s cleaned up his act now that he is neutered. In fact he’s using his litter box very well. Usually he will run over to be petted and he’s pretty good about being handled though he prefers his feet on the ground. He will be a super companion bunny.

Foxy and Fluffy

Foxy and Fluffy

 

Foxy and Fluffy are not sisters but they have lived together since babies. They are both Lionheads though Foxy, who is black with white hairs throughout her coat has almost no mane and Fluffy is quite fluffy. Fluffy has had her coat cut short to keep it neater. If this is not done she will need regular grooming to prevent matting. They are nice, little rabbits, a bit shy until they know you. They were much loved but surrendered due to work pressures. Foxy and Fluffy are two years old. They will be good house bunnies.

Mocha

Mocha

 

This friendly girl came to us because she was in a household with so many pets she was neglected. Having pets is great but if you have so many that some are not properly cared for…well that’s not so great. Mocha is a young adult, sweet personality bunny. She likes people, uses her litter box and enjoys being petted. She is also easy to handle for nail clipping and etc.

Carrot

Carrot

 

Carrot is a good little house bunny, raised with children, who lost his home due to divorce. He is 5 years old and never had a cage but ran around freely in the house and also had some garden time. He is sad he lost his home and rather annoyed to be caged. Carrot is very clean and will make someone a fine pet.

Dodger

Dodger

 

Dodger is a slim, young, male rabbit with tall ears who was found abandoned near the dike in Richmond. He’s an interesting personality because though a bit nervous he loves to be petted. He can’t be feral as he quickly comes right over to people and lies right down flat as soon as you pet him. Dodger has one white paw and is an endearing little guy.

Opal and Kona

Opal and Kona

 

These beautiful sisters are two years old. They are probably a Dutch/Chinchilla cross, large with big, friendly personalities. Kona is all chinchilla grey and Opal has white markings. Both are friendly rabbits who come up for petting. They are really good with their litter box and do not seem to be chewy. They will be wonderful house bunnies and would also love some grass time.