Fuzzie is a Lionhead male who has been passed through about 5 homes. Non of them were very good at caring for a bunny with a long coat. He is not difficult to groom but one should do it in order to keep him from developing mats. Fuzzie is a good boy about grooming and is very happy to now be clean and on a good diet. He is an adult rabbit probably about 3-4 years. Fuzzie loves to be petted and deserves a loving, long-term home.
Oak is a particularly spunky and active bunny. She is also very affectionate and would make a wonderful pet and companion for the right person or home. Oak is a young adult. She will come when called. Of course, she would have to get to know her new home and new people. Oak can be opinionated which makes her all the more interesting. She is litter trained and a good house bunny.
Herbie and Einstein
Herbie is a Dutch dwarf boy who lives with his best friend, Einstein, a golden Lion Head. Both boys are 2 years old. Herbie is the more out-going of the two and Einstein tends to hang back more. Both enjoy being petted. Herbie is more relaxed for handling but both boys are kind bunnies. They have lived with a cat and dog and been house bunnies since babies. They are litter trained and enjoy exploring.
Here’s a lovely boy. Lucos is a very friendly, out-going bunny who runs right up for pets. He has a lovely, golden coat and has been using his litter box well even though not neutered yet. Such a shame that he spent time in an outdoor hutch. Now he looks for a loving indoor home with lots of attention. Lucos will be neutered this week and up for adoption.
Baxter and Dobby
This pair was surrendered due to moving. Dobby is an American Fuzzy Lop with a dark grey coat. She is the more out-going and likes to take care of her boyfriend, Baxter. He is a grey Lionhead and tends to be the rabbit that hangs back. Both need some grooming to keep their coats from matting. This is not difficult especially if the fur is kept trimmed. They are 5 years old.
Peter and Cottontail
These brothers are sweet boys, calm and friendly but also out-going and enjoy exploring. Peter is a bit smaller and darker. Cottontail has lost his front teeth. We had to remove them as they were very misaligned and preventing him from eating well. Rabbits do well without incisors because they use their lips to bring food to their mouths. They need large pieces cut up such as carrot or lettuce leaves but eat hay and stalky veggies normally. They are young rabbits. Cottontail and Peter are litter trained. They will be good house rabbits.
Erika was captured in Richmond with a broken front leg. The break was clean and high up, just under the elbow. It was splinted and has healed well. Her foot turns out a bit but otherwise you would never know. She is a shy rabbit but not so shy that she doesn’t want to explore and race around. Erika is young…probably no more than 2 if that. She went to a home with another bunny and did well but the boy bunny would not accept her. Erika would probably like a rabbit friend who was more friendly. She uses her litter box well and is not a destructive bunny.
Margie and Meredith
This is a mother – daughter Lionhead pair. Margie was born on May 18, 2016 when Meredith was about 7 months old. Margie is a brown toned. Her mother is a grey and black. Both rabbits tend to be shy but become outgoing when they are sure of their space and people. Margie has a fluffier coat. Meredith has a longer mane. They will do best in a quiet home with room to run and explore.
Sasha was found in Vancouver when a little baby about 2 months old. She has always been a shy but sweet rabbit. Sasha wears a brown, wild rabbit coat. She is now about a year old. She went to a home and did well with her new family but the boy bunny of the family would not accept her. Sasha would do well with a more mild mannered boy. She is litter trained and not a chewy rabbit. She needs a quiet home with people who will take the time to get to know her.