Diana, Aurora, Venus and Juno
These beautiful, spotted girls are a family. I named them after Roman Goddesses. Left to right they are Diana, Aurora, Venus and Juno. Venus is the mom and these are her three daughters. They are all lovely rabbits – great personality buns. At the moment only Venus is spayed but the girls are now 4 months old and ready for their turn. If 3 bunnies are fun imagine how interesting it would be to have four beauties like these. They could go in pairs but it would be nicer to keep them together.
Violet and Daphne
Here’s a lovely pair of girls. Violet is a rose grey agouti rabbit (very lovely colour) and Daphne is a grey and white Dutch girl. They love each other. Violet is 5 yrs old and Daphne is probably 4 years. Violet came from a shelter and Daphne was found. Both are calm, friendly girls in good health. They use their litter box expertly. They have had free run in a house and are not happy in a shelter cage. They await a home and freedom to explore.
Benji and Jade
These poor bunnies were up for grabs at a garage sale. Lucky for them friends of VRRA picked them up. Benji is a tan and white boy, quite likely a Rex cross. Jade is a very pretty black Martin rabbit. They are good with their litter box and not chewy except for their cardboard box. Benji is a bit overweight and sometimes a little crabby. He needs more room to run about. Jade is a little sweetie and shy until you know her. Benji is 3 or 4 and Jade is younger.
Forrest and Fern
These magnificent rabbits are a brother and sister. Forrest, the boy, is the lighter brown. These are large, very friendly and busy rabbits. The will need space to run and play. They sometimes are startled by sudden noises and would prefer a non noisy home. Both will happily run up to you and are very curious and out-going. They will be interesting and amusing pets.
Dimond and Pipsqueek
Diamond and Pipsqueek are sisters, 9 months old. Dyna (for short) is all white and has not inherited the Lionhead coat. Pip is a pretty, gold and white girl with a Lionhead coat. They are a Lionhead/Holland Lop cross. Both are friendly girls once they get to feel secure in their place.
Felix and Felicia
Felix and Felicia are not yet a year old. They are a brother and sister from an unplanned breeding. Both are lovely, lively, curious rabbits who will quickly become wonderful house bunny companions. Felix is a bit bigger and lighter in colour than his sister. They are litter trained and good little rabbits, active and lots of fun.
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.
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.
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.
Sunny and Shady
These abandoned bunnies are quite likely a brother and sister. Sunny is a boy in a golden coat and Shady a girl in tan and black. Both are shy. These are special needs rabbits. Shady is physically ok but cannot be parted from Sunny who is a disabled rabbit. He needs soft bedding and regular sponge baths. He suffers from a neurological condition that affects his hind legs. They can be fostered by an experienced rabbit care giver.