This bunny is probably a Rex cross because she has a very dense, plush, short coat. Queenie is a bit overweight but otherwise in fine health. She is a bit shy at first but settles down to be petted. Poor Queenie is likely to be rejected simply because of her beautiful, lilac and pink eyes. The big ruby eyed rabbits are some of the nicest rabbits there are. Queenie will be a good companion once she knows her people. She is 1 1/2 years old and came with her mate, Henrix and two adorable kits that were 6 wks old. They are not being kept together but they can be.
Angel has just had a drink and is licking her lips. This rabbit is aptly named…she is a real angel. She is either a Jersey Wooly or Angora cross with beautiful long, silky fur that is easy to manage. Angel is very friendly and is one of the few bunnies that will snuggle. She was thrown out to fend for herself and was lucky a kind person took her in and brought her to us. We think Angel could be only about a year old.
Charlotte is from one of two litters from the same mom; an accidental breeding. She came to us via a bad adoption from another shelter. She is one month older than Felix and Felicia and Butterworth is her brother. They are all very similar to look at but all have different personalities. Charlotte is not quite a year old. She is shy until she knows her people and her space. She is a good bunny, litter trained and not destructive. She will be a good house rabbit.
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.
This lovely, little Holland Lop is 7 years old. She’s a good bunny, a little shy until she knows you. She was surrendered with a younger bunny who chased her around and nipped her all the time. So she is very relieved and much happier now they are apart. Flopsy would probably like to have a kind, neutered male rabbit as a friend.
Maggie Winterberry is a lovely chocolate brown. She is a slim bunny with tall ears. Maggie is very active and curious, a friendly girl who likes to get her own way. She really enjoys having things to play with and explore. She will be very happy with room to run and people to love her.
Amber and Ashlyn
A pair of sweet sisters these are very lucky rabbits. They were taken from a Richmond construction site when only 2-3 weeks old. A back hoe operator saw their little heads pop up when he dug up their nest. They were hand reared in a foster home and are now a pair of friendly, bouncy little girls. They will need a little while to get used to their new home and people as they have spent their life so far in their foster home. Ashlyn is grey and Amber is a warm milk chocolatey brown. Delightful bunnies.
(The back hoe operator searched carefully for anymore baby bunnies and could not find any….just in case you are wondering.)
Poor little Perry was abandoned by her people when they moved. Lucky for her the neighbour took her in and cared for her but though they loved her they could not keep her. She is a young adult rabbit, a little over weight. She pretends to be fierce but is not really. Perry is easy to handle once you have her securely and loves to be petted. She will blossom in a loving and secure home.
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.