Chumley

Chumley

 

Chumley is an elegant Lionhead rabbit in a light tan coat with some white patches and beautiful blue eyes. He is only one and a half years old, surrendered due to allergies. He is friendly, calm and an all around nice little bunny. Chumley will be a good house bunny and will probably like to have a girl bunny friend.

Casey

Casey

 

Casey is a Holland Lop just under a year old. He is a cute little fellow but has some behavioural issues. Unfortunately he was with a 3 years old that abused his trust so that must be won over again. He is getting better now he is starting to understand that hands are not going to hurt him. He is much happier running about when he feels more secure than when he is in a caged situation. Casey will be a good companion rabbit when someone takes some time winning his trust.

Benji and Jade

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.

Forrest and Fern

Forrest and Fern

 

These magnificent rabbits are a brother and sister. Forrest, the boy, is the lighter brown. These are large, very friendly and busy rabbits. The will need space to run and play. They sometimes are startled by sudden noises and would prefer a non noisy home. Both will happily run up to you and are very curious and out-going. They will be interesting and amusing pets.

Onyx and Umber

Onyx and Umber

 

Onyx and Umber are most likely brothers. They are young boys who were taken from a nasty, dirty place by a kind person who could not keep them but wanted to help them. They are a bit shy but have come a long way since arriving. They are no longer terrified and now neutered are much cleaner. Their fur is now glossy and soft. Umber has a white nose. He may need some dental work in the future. Both have white toes. Their photo does not do them justice. It’s hard to photograph black rabbits. They would love a kind home with room to play.

Diamond and Pipsqueek

Dimond and Pipsqueek

 

Diamond and Pipsqueek are sisters, 9 months old. Dyna (for short) is all white and has not inherited the Lionhead coat. Pip is a pretty, gold and white girl with a Lionhead coat. They are a Lionhead/Holland Lop cross. Both are friendly girls once they get to feel secure in their place.

Peach and Fawn

Peach and Fawn

 

This is a mother and daughter pair. Peach, the beautiful, peach coloured Lionhead is the mom. She is two and a half years old. Fawn is a pretty, gold and white girl, 9 months old. Both are nice personality rabbits. They have just been spayed and are already getting the hang of the litterbox. These bunnies will need some grooming but not so much as to be hard work.

Manny

Manny

 

This handsome Harlequin rabbit was rescued from a Richmond Park. It was noticed that he had an enormous abscess on his left side. It broke the night we got him and a lot of pus was drained out. The next day he had it cleaned up and removed at the vets. Now you cannot tell it was there. Manny was probably born in the park but he is a calm and good little bunny. He is not keen on being handled but will accept pets in his cage. He loves to race about and explore when he gets the chance. Manny uses his litter box well.

Boot

Boots

 

Boots is a very sweet and calm Lionhead bunny. He is 5 years old and though not actually abused he was neglected by his previous owners. His teeth needed care and were overgrown and cutting into his tongue. That has now been taken care of but this little guy seems sad and lonely. He must have spent a lot of time shut in a cage as he seems not too sure about running around. He has one runny eye due to tooth root problems. He’s such a sweet bunny. He needs someone to take him in and give him the love and attention he deserves. He would probably like to have a girl bunny friend.

Eeyore

Eeyore

 

Eeyore and his two brothers, Piglet and Tigger were rescued from a parking garage when they were only 2 days old. They were raised together with their other brother, Roo and two sisters, Winnie and Kanga (who will be coming soon). Eeyore lost the tip of his left ear while fighting with his brothers. That was before he was neutered so he is more settled now and looking forward to a new home to explore.