Timmy and Jimmy
These Holland Lop boys are 3 year old brothers. Jimmy is more white than Timmy. They were surrendered to a local shelter and turned over to us because Jimmy has some dental issues. However, it looks like that issue has cleared up now. Both are friendly, little guys who like to be petted and really love each other. They will make nice companion rabbits in a home with space to run and play.
Lovely, little Josephine looks a bit like a squirrel with no tail. She is a friendly dwarf girl, who comes over for pets. She is two and a half years, was bought in a pet store – given to a friend who now has to leave the country. Josephine will appreciate a loving, forever home with fun things to do and loving attention.
Jordon is a cute, little, Holland Lop who was found sitting beside a busy intersection in North Vancouver. He is a young boy probably not much more than 1 year old. Jordon is friendly, curious and active. He will enjoy a home with attention and room to play.
This handsome big bunny is a love bug…he’s an excellent house bunny and a real sweetie. Earl is 2 years old, litter trained and loves attention. He will enjoy a home with room to roam and perhaps a sweet girl friend.
This very handsome boy comes from Watcom County Washington. Such a lovely, gentle boy in a beautiful palomino coat … found lost with a torn ear. Apollo is healthy and happy and looks for a loving home that will appreciate a really nice house bunny. Apollo is friendly, out-going and clean. He will be a delightful pet.
Here is a nice natured, calm rabbit with a beautiful soft, grey coat. Marty comes from Vancouver Island. He lived beside 3 other bunnies who refused to accept him. He was lonely and so has come to Vancouver to find a friend. Marty likes to be petted. He is a kind bunny, who uses his litter box and will enjoy having someone to love.
Ginny is a little, brown rabbit with a fluffy coat. She was abandoned in the Kits area to fend for herself so she was thin and her fur matted when we trapped her. She is a sweet bunny but quite scared. Ginny has already become more out-going though she will need a quiet home and an understanding care giver until she becomes confident. She would quite likely enjoy another rabbit’s company.
Jackie was found lost on Jacombs Road in Richmond. She is a friendly little rabbit who ran right up to her rescuers. She is probably between one and two years old. She can be a little shy at first but is very out-going and loves to explore. Jackie can be clever at escaping. She has a mischievous streak you can see in her photo. She will be a fun little house bunny.
Jerry is a young, black and white spotted boy who was abandoned in the Kits area. He was nervous but not very hard to catch so obviously a discarded pet. Jerry is a good bunny and becoming more friendly every day. He has always used his litter well and is not a destructive rabbit. Jerry will be a good companion pet and would probably like to meet a sweet spayed girl to live with.
Bobby and Molly
Here is the cutest pair ever. Bobby is a calico Holland Lop and Molly is a black and white spotted dwarf cross. They are young, friendly rabbits who use their litter well. Molly is very out-going while Bobby is more likely to hang back at first. Both like to be petted. They are not chewy rabbits and will be lovely house bunnies.