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.
Mork and Mindy
Here’s two nice little bunnies, brother and sister, who deserve a chance. They were born on Haida Gwaii and languished in a shelter there for 3 years. Mork is a handsome boy in black and white coat with blue eyes and Mindy is a pretty frosted white girl. They are a bit shy at first but very good little house bunnies. They use their litter box and really enjoy some freedom to explore.
Milo and Milosh
These two are little sweeties. They came to us as unneutered boys who loved each other. That is not common. We had them neutered and they still love each other. Milo is the larger, tan boy. He is 6 – 8 years old. Milosh is a dwarf himalayan, only 2 years old. They are both very sweet boys. Milo and Milosh will be dear pets.
Jane, James and Jessica
These beautiful young rabbits are very lucky to be alive. Their nest was dug up by a big back hoe on a construction site. The operator saw their little heads pop up and stopped everything to save them. He searched carefully to find any others but there were only these three. They were only 3 weeks old. The boy, James, is named for their saviour. He is all grey. Jane is a lovely cream colour, Jessica is grey with a white nose. They have lovely personalities, use their litter box like good little rabbits and love to race about exploring. It would be a lucky person who could take all three together…lots of entertainment in this package.
Caramel and Cinnamon
Caramel is a female Lionhead bonded to Cinnamon, a boy bunny with a smooth, spotted coat. They are sweet rabbits, about 6 and 7 years old. They spent most of their life in a garage, in a small cage, getting out now and then. They came in fat and now they have lost weight and discovered how good it is to have hay and be able to run around. They have nice personalities, are clean and non chewy. These little rabbits deserve a loving home with room to explore. They love each other and must be together.
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.
Dasher and Vixen
These beautiful, little Lionheads came to us at Christmas hence their raindeer names. They were taken to a vet to be put to sleep because they were unwanted. Of course, we took them in. They are mother and son. Vixen was only 5 months old and Dasher about 4 or 5 weeks old when we took them in. They are very sweet rabbits, affectionate and outgoing. They love to be petted but prefer not to be picked up (like many rabbits). Vixen and Dasher will be fun pets for some lucky person.
Clover and Dale
These handsome boys are brothers and love each other. Clover has less white and Dale has bigger ears. They are 5-6 months old. These are active, playful rabbits, very friendly and eager for pats and attention. They are good with their litter box and will be affectionate and amusing pets.
Julian and Sari
These bunnies lost their home due to their people moving. Julian is a medium-sized grey rabbit who was found in a park with an injured eye. His eye was saved but he probably is blind in the right eye. That doesn’t bother him. Sari is a tortie coloured dwarf girl. They met each other in their last home. Sari has come down with head tilt. Though her head is turned to the side she eats and moves around well. Both bunnies tend to be shy and would prefer a quiet home. They need a home with experienced rabbit people.
Theodore and Roxy
This is Theodore and Roxy. The big, lop boy should be half this size and little Roxy is supposed to be a dwarf. For 4 years they received unlimited amounts of alfalfa pellets 16 % protein mixed in with crushed oats, corn and barley with molasses. Their droppings are tiny and they hardly move around. This is a good way to kill your bunny. They are now on a healthy diet, slowly loosing weight and becoming more active. As they are sweet, friendly rabbits they will hopefully get a home with some room to run and people who will feed them properly.