Herbie is a Dutch dwarf boy who lives with his best friend, Einstein, a golden Lion Head. Both boys are 2 years old. Herbie is the more out-going of the two and Einstein tends to hang back more. Both enjoy being petted. Herbie is more relaxed for handling but both boys are kind bunnies. They have lived with a cat and dog and been house bunnies since babies. They are litter trained and enjoy exploring.
This pair was surrendered due to moving. Dobby is an American Fuzzy Lop with a dark grey coat. She is the more out-going and likes to take care of her boyfriend, Baxter. He is a grey Lionhead and tends to be the rabbit that hangs back. Both need some grooming to keep their coats from matting. This is not difficult especially if the fur is kept trimmed. They are 5 years old.
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.
This is a mother – daughter Lionhead pair. Margie was born on May 18, 2016 when Meredith was about 7 months old. Margie is a brown toned. Her mother is a grey and black. Both rabbits tend to be shy but become outgoing when they are sure of their space and people. Margie has a fluffier coat. Meredith has a longer mane. They will do best in a quiet home with room to run and explore.
These rabbits lost their home due to allergies. Please, if you are getting a pet, check into allergies BEFORE making a commitment. It is hard on pets to lose their home. Sybil is larger than Branson and has a fine ticking of white hairs in her coat. She may be part Silver Fox. Branson is smaller and black. Sybil is the more out-going with Branson the follower. They are sweet rabbits who miss their home. They will be good house bunnies. Sybil and Branson are 5 years old.
These little rabbits have found each other at our shelter. Boots is a tan Lionhead and Bessie is a black and white spotted rabbit. Both were badly neglected. Boots has some on-going dental issues and Bessie is just an older bunny, sometimes a little unsteady on her feet. They are doing well but need some special care in that they do not use a litter box. Boots doesn’t eat hay but will eat timothy hay pellets so is getting some hay that way. Boots is about 5 or 6 years and Bessie, we believe, is older. They love each other and spend a lot of time cuddling.
Alex and Violet are brother and sister, 5 months old. Alex is white and Violet is grey and white. Both have manes with Violet’s being more luxurious than Alex’s. They are out-going friendly rabbits and good with their litter box. They will need some light grooming to keep tangles out of their hair.
A brother and sister, Izzy and George are only 5 months old. Izzy is a white, double maned Lionhead and George, her brother, is a handsome black and orange harlequin Lionhead. This photo does not do them justice. They are a little shy at first but curious, out-going bunnies who will love a home with room to play. Izzy will require some hair cuts and both will benefits from regular grooming.
Winnie, Kanga and Roo are 3 little rabbits that owe their lives to a kind person who rescued them from behind a dumpster in a parking garage when they were about 2 weeks old. Luckily, their mom came with them (she was hard to catch). Thanks to those kind people they have grown into an interesting and naughty little trio. It’s always fun to have more than one bunny…and three is even better than two. Winnie is a chocolate brown girl. Kanga is a black girl and Roo is a black boy. They are not yet a year old. They will enjoy a bunny proof space to run and play.