Duke is a handsome, Mini Rex with a great personality. He’s a busy boy who always likes to be doing things. Though he is friendly and active he can be timid in a new place. He is very scared of cats and will prefer a quiet home with people who will take the time to get to know him. Duke is fine with a cuddle. He loves to chew and push things around. He will be an amusing and interesting companion bunny. He is about 2 years old and good with his litter box
Campbell is a dwarf Dutch boy with a calm, quiet personality. He is a mature rabbit. Poor Campbell was put out in Campbell River Park to fend for himself. He ran up to a kind person walking her dog and she saved him. Campbell enjoys being petted. He has not yet been neutered and he needs some slight dental work. He needs a home that will keep him safe and loved.
This handsome, white bunny was thrown out in a park to fend for himself. Kind people noticed that he was being chased by the other rabbits. He was also an easy target for predators with his shiny white coat making it hard for him to hide. He was caught and brought to VRRA and he’s a very lucky bunny. Spooky is a friendly, delightful little bunny who loves to be petted but spooks if picked up. He is neutered now and ready to go to a forever home with some lucky person.
Benji is a young bunny, possibly a New Zealand cross or maybe a Florida White. He is probably less than a year old and very active and friendly. He loves to run around and explore. Benji will be a good house bunny for some lucky person.
Bradley is a dwarf Hotot and a very nice little boy. He was abandoned in Surrey and is a lucky boy to have been saved. Bradley is curious and out-going. He needs a little while to feel comfortable in a new space but will be a fine little companion bunny.
This handsome, friendly boy was abandoned in Pit Meadows along with a mother rabbit and 5 babies. We are not sure if he is the dad or an older brother. In either case he is a young boy, probably not yet a year old. Pitt is very outgoing and friendly. He loves attention. As a young bunny he is very active and lively and will appreciate room to race about. Pitt uses his litter box and will be a fun pet rabbit to have around the house. He would probably like to have a spayed girl bunny for a friend.
This handsome bunny was found under a car on Dunbar Street. He’s a tall eared, friendly boy with a good personality. Dunbar is a young bunny; we think under a year old. He has a dark coat brindled with brown. Dunbar will be an excellent family pet.
Dusky is one of Patsy and Simon’s sons born July 1, 2009. He is a very dark grey with darker points. Dusky is the less dominant of the two boys in the litter and will probably be a good bond mate for a spayed girl bunny. Dusky is lively and curious, a bit shy until he knows his surroundings.
Smokey is a son of Patsy and Simon. He was born July 1, 2009. Smokey is a soft grey with dark points. He is a very outgoing boy with aggressive tendencies and keeps his siblings in line. Smokey will be an interesting boy with lots of personality and should probably go to a home with experienced rabbit folks.