Arthur and Merlin
Two magic rabbits, these very handsome, mini-rex boys. They are brothers about a year old. Arthur is black with cream trim and Merlin is all black. They are naughty, lively boys who will be constantly entertaining. Very friendly, they run right up and look for attention. Arthur and Merlin used to be very messy but now they are neutered they have become neater and now use their litter box well. Some lucky person will have two very interesting bunnies.
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.
Veronica and Betty
Betty and Veronica are sisters, going on 5 years old. They were purchased as baby rabbits for a child who quickly became bored with them. It certainly didn’t help that they were shut outside in a hutch. Rabbits shut outside the home don’t have much chance to ever really be a pet. These little girls are shy but sweet. Veronica, the dark one, is more forward coming than Betty. Both need a loving, quiet home with someone who will appreciate their personalities.
Nemo and Eebee
These little bunnies met at their last home and and are now fast friends. Eebee is a little black dwarf with a shy personality. She is about 2-3 years old. Nemo is an outgoing and friendly boy who is now going on 8 years old. Unfortunately Nemo is not very good with his litter which sometimes comes with old age. They would be good pets for someone who loves bunnies for who they are and has an appropriate easy-clean space.
Kayla and Cody
These beautiful bunnies are 5 months old. Kayla is black and white spotted and Cody is brown. Both are friendly, active and curious rabbits who love to play and explore. They are brother and sister and want to stay together. Kayla and Cody will be fun companion pets.
Tiger Lily, Eloise and Hazel
Here’s a lovely trio of rabbits. Tiger Lily is the mom with an orange and black coat. Eloise is grey and white and is her daughter from her first litter. Hazel is a brown bunny, her daughter from the second litter. Mom is only 5 months older than Eloise and 6 months older than Hazel. They have always been together. All girls are sweet and friendly. They are litter trained and are good bunnies in the house. Be the lucky person to have this little herd.
Lucas and Nina
Here are two, nice, little, black rabbits who were saved from a park in Richmond. They are brother and sister. Nina has a little white nose. Both are shy in new surroundings but become curious and out-going once they feel secure. They would prefer a quiet home with room to run and play. Nina and Lucas are about 1 1/2 years old.
Cotton and Sesame
These beautiful, fuzzy rabbits were abandoned when their care-giver left the country. Both are Lionhead rabbits. Cotton is female and has a long coat all over. Sesame is a male with the usual lionhead mane. They are friendly, good rabbits who will need a home with someone willing to look after their coats. Cotton and Sesame are 5 years old and love each other. They will be available for adoption once Cotton is spayed.
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. Both tend to be shy and would prefer a quiet home. They are litter trained.