Mona and Cora
Mona (Calico) and Cora (tan) are sisters 6 years old. They appear to be partly rex and are medium sized placid older rabbits ? They are not terribly active and appear quite content to lie together or apart for most of the time. They are easy to guide into a transfer kennel and fairly easy to corral, when running free. Both rabbits urinate in the litter box and are reasonably good otherwise. They do not chew the bedding or mess up their cage. They drink a lot of water and are keen on greens (no red-tipped lettuce) and assorted veggies, Cora’s digestive system is a bit sensitive and prone to loose stool and messy bottom. Limiting greens seems to clear this up. Neither rabbit seems to get upset by household noises (dogs) etc. and appear relaxed and unstressed during their daily routines. They are not keen about being petted and picked up especially Cora. But there is no threatening gestures, thumping etc. when working in their cage.
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.
This sweet rabbit was going to be euthanized by a shelter across the border because she was “aggressive”. Kiki is not aggressive. She is a lovely, black bunny with a little white nose who loves to be petted and craves attention. She likes to rearrange her cage and get excited about dinner. When she first came she would box at hands but she hasn’t done that for some time now. Kiki will be a loving pet for some lucky person.
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.
Lolo is a pretty, little dwarf rabbit with an out-going personality. She is about 2 years old. Lolo likes attention and is very active. She will be an interesting and amusing pet bunny. Lolo will be ready for adoption once she is spayed.
Macci and Mocha
These beautiful bunnies are sisters only about a year old. Macci is a Lionhead with calico spots and Mocha is a grey and cream Harlequin. Both are friendly girls, a bit shy at first. They are active, curious young bunnies. They will be good house bunnies and good pets.
Buttercup is 5-6 months old, a very friendly and pretty bunny. She is litter trained and loves to be petted and to run around and explore. Buttercup is looking forward to her forever home.
Lola is a shiny, black rabbit who was abandoned not far from Jericho Beach. However, she is not a feral rabbit born in the park. At first she was very timid and shy but she has learned that people are ok and now likes to be petted and talked to. Lola does need a quiet home with people who will continue to give her cause to trust them. She is a young adult, very healthy and active who will be a good companion bunny. She uses her litter box like a pro and does not chew things. Lola would probably like a neutered boy bunny as a friend.
A rabbit for the true rabbit lover, Greta is a beautiful, Dutch cross girl with blue-grey eyes. Greta has an interesting personality. She acts very fierce, will charge and box but really likes to be petted and made a fuss of. Sometimes she bites but only if you do not give her the respect she wants. Greta is not yet 2 years old. She needs a home with experienced rabbit lovers who will understand her personality. She will be an amusing and interesting pet.
This nice, little bunny is probably a Mini Rex cross. She has a lovely, thick, soft coat. Elfie is quite overweight due to being too much confined. She is a friendly girl, 4 years old – a little shy until she knows her space. Elfie would prefer a quiet home with space to run and play where she will blossom with love and attention.