Diana, Aurora, Venus and Juno

Diana, Aurora, Venus and Juno

 

These beautiful, spotted girls are a family. I named them after Roman Goddesses. Left to right they are Diana, Aurora, Venus and Juno. Venus is the mom and these are her three daughters. They are all lovely rabbits – great personality buns. At the moment only Venus is spayed but the girls are now 4 months old and ready for their turn. If 3 bunnies are fun imagine how interesting it would be to have four beauties like these. They could go in pairs but it would be nicer to keep them together.

Peach

Peach

 

Peach is a beautiful Lionhead, with a nice personality. She is larger than the usual Lionhead with an easy to care for mane. Peach is a friendly, out-going girl who uses her litter box. She will be an excellent house bunny and may like a neutered boy bunny for a friend. She is 2 and a half years old.

Ruby

Ruby

 

Ruby is a New Zealand White rabbit who was left outside to fend for herself. Some kind people caught her and brought her to us. She was not hard to catch because she is very friendly and loves her food. White rabbits are usually quickly killed by predators because they are so easy to see so Ruby was a lucky rabbit. She is very good with her litter box and will be a fine house bunny. We think that she is a young adult.

Violet and Daphne

Violet and Daphne

 

Here’s a lovely pair of girls. Violet is a rose grey agouti rabbit (very lovely colour) and Daphne is a grey and white Dutch girl. They love each other. Violet is 5 yrs old and Daphne is probably 4 years. Violet came from a shelter and Daphne was found. Both are calm, friendly girls in good health. They use their litter box expertly. They have had free run in a house and are not happy in a shelter cage. They await a home and freedom to explore.

Alice

Alice

 

Alice is a friendly white girl, the mother of our four black and white spotted babies who lost their front feet. Alice was luckily not injured. She is a nice natured rabbit who appreciates a friendly human who understands that a bunny can be startled. Alice is very clean and a non destructive girl who will be a good house bunny.

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.

Ashlyn

Ashlyn

 

Ashlyn was saved as a baby rabbit, only about 2 weeks old. She was found on a construction site as she and her sister were about to be covered with concrete. She has grown up to be an outgoing girl with a big personality. Ashlyn really loves to explore and enjoy the world and she does not appreciate being caged. She doesn’t do annoying things such as chewing on the bars but she likes to rearrange the contents to keep busy. She is good with her litter and will be an fun and interesting house bunny. Ashlyn is a year old.

Sassy

Sassy

 

This chubby, little, grey rabbit is indeed a bit “sassy”. She can be a little shy at first but likes to be petted and is an interesting personality. Sassy loves to bounce around. She is very good with her litter box and not a chewy rabbit. She will be a good house bunny. Sassy is 3 years old.

Daisy

Daisy

 

Daisy is a beautiful, white rabbit with a lovely personality. She is 2 years old and very missed by the family that had to part with her due to allergies. Daisy loves people and prefers to be around them. She needs a family that will give her attention and some happy hopping.

Gloria

Gloria

 

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.