Grace

Grace

 

Grace is an interesting bunny with wonderful not-quite-lop ears. She is a real character. Grace is about 4-5 years old. She is friendly and amusing, active and fun. She came with her sister Honey but they do not get along. She would probably prefer a neutered boy bunny for a friend. Grace looks for her loving, forever home with room to run.

Blackberry

Blackberry

 

This lovely little girl was advertised for snake food. Perhaps it was “fake news” but she was rescued anyway. Blackberry is a young, dwarf cross with lots of personality. She is a bit shy at first but warms up and will even give bunny kisses. Sometimes she pretends to be a fierce rabbit. Blackberry uses her litter box and will be a good house bunny.

Honey

Honey

 

Honey is a Holland Lop girl about 5 yrs old. She is a sweetie. Honey enjoys being petted and is using her litter box well. She is a calm bunny but she loves to have a good bounce around. She has been passed between homes and deserves a forever home with people who will love her forever.

Luna

Luna

 

This lovely little bunny is a small Holland Lop who was abandoned in an apartment when the people moved out. Luna is a sweet personality rabbit who likes a cuddle. She is a young adult and is using her litter box well. Luna will be a good companion bunny for some lucky person.

Frankie

Frankie

 

Frankie is an older, female rabbit with special needs. She was found outside in sad shape. Frankie has an ear infection and that has affected her balance. Her left hind foot was either injured or deformed so that the toes turn sideways. This makes it very difficult for her to clean her ear on that side and difficult for her to balance to use her left foot to clean her left ear. Consequently her ears have filled up with wax and an infection has taken hold. She mostly moves in a circle and sometimes will fall over. Perhaps Frankie was put outside so that her people did not  have to bother with veterinary bills. She will need careful care the rest on her life and can only go to a foster experienced with rabbits. She is very sweet and appreciates affection.

Dawn

Dawn

 

How could someone put such a beautiful little rabbit out to die? Dawn was picked up in Jericho Park during the freezing temperatures. She was hungry and scared and easy to pick up. It was lucky that a kind person stopped to help her. Dawn is a friendly little bunny who enjoys pets. She is only about 6 months old.

Meredith

Meredith

 

Meredith came to us with a litter of new born babies. They are all grown up now and Meredith is on her own. She is a pretty Lionhead girl only one and a half years. She is a little shy at first but warms up when she feels secure. Meredith uses her litter box and is not a destructive girl. She looks for her forever home and might like a bunny friend.

Oak

Oak

 

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.

Erika

Erika

 

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.

Sasha

Sasha

 

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.