Peter and Cottontail
These brothers are sweet boys, calm and friendly but also out-going and enjoy exploring. Peter is a bit smaller and darker. Cottontail has lost his front teeth. We had to remove them as they were very misaligned and preventing him from eating well. Rabbits do well without incisors because they use their lips to bring food to their mouths. They need large pieces cut up such as carrot or lettuce leaves but eat hay and stalky veggies normally. They are young rabbits. Cottontail and Peter are litter trained. They will be good house rabbits.
Morley is a white Lionhead with an elegant hair do. He is a real character with lots of opinions. Morley will be an interesting and amusing pet for someone who understands that rabbits can have a mind of their own. He uses his litter well. Morley likes toys to throw around and will enjoy freedom to explore.
He is indeed lucky. This black rabbit with the little white nose and white toes was living on the Cambie boulevard. He had a burrow there and people would see him eating the grass in the summer. He was not easy to catch but lucky for him “Lucky” was caught and brought to us to find a good home. He is a sweet little guy, a bit shy at first but litter trained, frisky and amusing.
Derek is a handsome Lionhead, born May 18th, 2016. He came to us with his mom, Meredith and 5 siblings. Derek is quite outgoing once he knows you and his space. He is good with his litter box and not a destructive bunny. Derek would probably like a girl bunny for a friend.
Jackson is a handsome, young Lionhead. He was born on May 18 this year. He is shy at first and needs to know his place and his people but he is a good personality bunny without bad habits. Jackson would probably like a nice girl bunny to love, some room to run and fun things to play with.
Cinnamon is a lonely boy. He recently lost his girl and they had been together their whole lives. Cinnamon is 9 or 10 years old and doing well. He’s hoping he can end his days in a loving home with a girl bunny who will lick his ears.
Dodger is a slim, young, male rabbit with tall ears who was found abandoned near the dike in Richmond. He’s an interesting personality because though a bit nervous he loves to be petted. He can’t be feral as he quickly comes right over to people and lies right down flat as soon as you pet him. Dodger has one white paw and is an endearing little guy.
This adorable Harlequin baby boy was picked up in a Richmond park. He came right up to his rescuers. His brothers and sisters ran away so Perry is the smart one. This little guy is probably about 4 months old and has just been neutered. We think he is half Rex. He is so friendly, smart and active. Some lucky person will get a super pet bunny.
This handsome Harlequin rabbit was rescued from a Richmond Park. It was noticed that he had an enormous abscess on his left side. It broke the night we got him and a lot of pus was drained out. The next day he had it cleaned up and removed at the vets. Now you cannot tell it was there. Manny was probably born in the park but he is a calm and good little bunny. He is not keen on being handled but will accept pets in his cage. He loves to race about and explore when he gets the chance. Manny uses his litter box well.
Piglet and his two brothers, Tigger and Eeyore were rescued from a parking garage when they were only 2 days old. They were raised together with their other brother, Roo and two sisters, Winnie and Kanga (who will be coming soon). Piglet is a small, grey rabbit and he is rather bolder than his brothers.