Gloria is a lovely, shiny, black rabbit with a valiant spirit. She was rescued from the loading dock of the Staples in Richmond along with 7 kits. She had built a nest beside a pile of pallets. To get there she had hopped up several cement steps. Gloria is a true survivor. At some time her left hind leg had been badly broken, crushed in places. It has healed so that it protrudes to the side. This has not kept her down. She can run and hop up on things and she raised her 7 kits with no problems. We scooped them all up when they were one day old. Gloria has always been a nice personality rabbit, a bit shy but sweet and very good with her litter box. She deserves a loving home. The only special care she needs is to have her ear on the left side cleaned regularly.
Campbell is a dwarf Dutch boy with a calm, quiet personality. He is a mature rabbit. Poor Campbell was put out in Campbell River Park to fend for himself. He ran up to a kind person walking her dog and she saved him. Campbell enjoys being petted. He has not yet been neutered and he needs some slight dental work. He needs a home that will keep him safe and loved.
Julian and Sari
These bunnies lost their home due to their people moving. Julian is a medium-sized grey rabbit who was found in a park with an injured eye. His eye was saved but he probably is blind in the right eye. That doesn’t bother him. Sari is a tortie coloured dwarf girl. They met each other in their last home. Sari has come down with head tilt. Though her head is turned to the side she eats and moves around well. Both bunnies tend to be shy and would prefer a quiet home. They need a home with experienced rabbit people.
Sunny and Shady
These abandoned bunnies are quite likely a brother and sister. Sunny is a boy in a golden coat and Shady a girl in tan and black. Both are shy at first but soon coming forward to be petted. They are young bunnies and will enjoy a home with people who will give them room to run and lots of love. They are both small to medium in size.