Theodore

Theodore

 

Theodore is a handsome, black and grey Lionhead, only 6 months old. He is very outgoing and friendly – will come running up to meet you. He is litter trained and not a chewy rabbit. Theodore will be a good house bunny and fun companion. He is also used to having dogs and cats around – as long as they are nice to him.

Ferris

Ferris

 

Ferris was saved from Jericho Park by some kind parks workers. He had an injured eye and an assortment of wounds. Ferris is a male,  now neutered, and had been fighting with other rabbits in the park. He had been living “rough” for some time though he was certainly a pet at one time. Right away he was ok with being petted and he was very excited to have rabbit pellets. His eye is now better and his wounds have healed. His coat is still changing from rough to soft. Ferris is a sweet rabbit and has always been very neat even straight from the park and before being neutered. He is an adult rabbit and would probably like to have a girl bunny to live with in a comfy, safe home for his elder years.

Pepsi

Pepsi

 

Pepsi is a sweet bunny with a friendly personality. He was rescued from an outdoor hutch situation where he and his friend were being neglected. His friend died but Pepsi is still going strong. He always pees in his litter box but he tends to scatter droppings around. But, he’s such a sweetie although he was ignored and neglected in his past that it doesn’t matter. Pepsi needs his forever, loving home.

Ben

Ben

 

Ben is a super little house bunny only about 5 months old. He loves exploring and has an outgoing, adventurous nature. Ben will sit to be petted but doesn’t care much for being held (like most rabbits). He is very clean and excellent with his litter box. He’s especially fond of dandelions and pieces of apple. Ben has been known to give bunny kisses. His people had to give him up due to serious asthma issues. Please, always make sure allergies will not be a problem when getting a pet.

Callum and Robbie

Callum and Robbie

 

Callum and Robbie are brothers, 2 years old. Callum is black with some white markings and Robbie is white. They are likely New Zealand crosses and those rabbits are known for their nice nature. These are two lovely boys looking for their forever loving home. They would prefer some outdoor time as well as some couch time. They are good with their litter box and enjoy company.

Gordon

Gordon

 

This cute, fuzzy boy is at least part Lionhead. He is a medium sized bunny and probably lost his home due to having a little attitude. But that makes for a fun, character bunny with lots of personality. Gordon likes you to acknowledge his space and respect his things. Nothing wrong with that. He will also be feeling more mellow now as he has been neutered and is therefore more relaxed about life. Gordon is 6 years old and would quite likely enjoy having a girl bunny friend.

 

 

Giles

Giles

 

Giles is Wesley’s brother and is very like him. He is a little less out-going that Wesley but will really blossom given a chance at a home. He is really good with his litter box.  He enjoys things to chew.  He is a friendly boy who likes attention.  He is a super hay eater and will enjoy a quiet home with room to explore. He is only about one year old.

Wesley

Wesley

 

Wesley is a handsome, large, Californian rabbit. He really good with his litter box,  active and loves to have things to chew.  He is a friendly, lovely bunny who will come up on the couch and take some pats.  He is a super hay eater, loves veggies and treats. Wesley will do best in an adult home. Big rabbits are generally good personality bunnies.

Dylan

Dylan

 

Poor little Dylan was found outside alone. He is quite thin and his fur was all matted and dirty. He is the sweetest little bunny, a small Holland Lop with a loving personality. He needs to be neutered and to have some TLC before being adopted.

Jefferson

Jefferson

 

This lovely, young, white rabbit is our featured Broken Bunny. Jefferson was abandoned to face the world by himself and was attacked by an animal that left two wounds on his back. These were infected and became abscesses. His ear was also badly torn. It’s amazing that Jefferson lived. And he is such a sweet rabbit, friendly and affectionate. His wounds have all healed but he will have his torn ear forever. Jefferson has learned to use his litter box and greets people enthusiastically. He will be a wonderful companion rabbit.