Esser and Hindy

Esser Hindy

Esser Hindy

Esser & Hindy are an outgoing brother-sister duo, wonderful and friendly.  Their Mom was discovered in a bag inside a box that was in a DUMPSTER downtown. She had babies shortly after being rescued.

Mom has since been adopted and these cuties are now also ready to find their forever homes as well.  They received great House Rabbit training in one of our fantastic foster homes. E&H are anxious to get out of their shelter cage and back into a house routine with committed humans for the rest of their lives (10+ years).

The video shows them hanging with their siblings.

Taylor

We call this little Rex youngster King Taylor because he is so adorably regal! He is currently learning the ways of being a good House Rabbit with one of our fabulous foster families, who report: “He is such a sweetheart and an easy to live with bunny who just likes to jump over and on top of stuff! He also loves to binky (a rabbit dance) and eat his fresh veggies. He is very good at using his litterbox to both pee and poop and is not a big chewer, which makes it easy to just relax when he is roaming freely in the living room. He is also a quiet nighttime roommate who will follow whatever schedule his family has. He is smart and comes running when called. He will also jump on the sofa with you if you invite him by saying, “Jump!”. In short, he is perfect.”

What more can you possibly ask for?! Taylor is a keeper for a lucky family that is ready to commit to loving and caring for him for the next 10+ years.

Taylor

Taylor

Taylor

Alfred & Mary

Mary Alfred

Mary Alfred

Mary Alfred

Mary Alfred

Mary (black) & Alfred (brown) are a lovely couple, friendly and social and very good House Bunnies. They have found themselves at the shelter through no fault of their own. They are curious and enjoy toys, and will be a joy to get to know as individuals.

Bunny duos are the best because rabbits are social animals – most crave the companionship of another bunny. Rabbit pairs groom each other, sleep, eat and play together. They keep each other company when you are busy or out of the house – companions against loneliness and boredom.

Bonded rabbits form extremely close attachments and their happy, hilarious and sweet interactions will expand your heart and life. But don’t worry that two bunnies will ignore their humans – they will give you double the love and fun of one!

Gabriel

Gabriel

Gabriel

Gabriel is a gorgeous lionhead bunny who is also friendly and outgoing. Up until recently he lived with his brother, Jacques, but – as is common with male rabbits – they stopped getting along now that they’re young adults. Gabriel may be a good fit for someone looking for a pal for their (spayed) girl bun. He would also be happy ruling his human household as an only bun.

Cowboy and Vanilla

Cowboy Vanilla

Cowboy Vanilla

Cowboy Vanilla

Cowboy Vanilla

Cowboy Vanilla

Cowboy Vanilla

These two! Sigh! Cowboy (the dopey but extremely friendly and affectionate Lop) and Vanilla (the gorgeous but exasperating Lionhead) have been at the shelter for way too long. They are adorbs (obviously) but Vanilla has a bit of a temper and Cowboy is getting on in years. So adopters pass them by.

They desperately need a chance to live normal house rabbit lives in a real home outside of a caged environment. Their true personalities never get a chance to bloom when they are cooped up all the time.

They are litter-trained, neat-and-tidy, and have no destructive habits (e.g. chewing).

 

Rowan and Sandy

Rowan Sandy

Rowan Sandy

Rowan Sandy

Rowan Sandy

Rowan and Sandy arrived at VRRA from different places and circumstances. The silver lining to them ending up at a shelter is that they found each other – they are now bonded best friends.

They are about 2-3 years old and have matching gorgeous brown agouti coats. In regards to personality, they are a good yin-and-yang match, as Rowan is outgoing and curious, whereas Sandy is more sedate.

They are lovely, clean and tidy bunnies, who very much need a home to call their own. They are tired of being in a shelter cage.

Lewis

Lewis is ready to party! As you can see this little Netherland Dwarf Cross likes tossing things around and he’s awesome at the ‘find the hidden treats ‘ game (as well as ‘store your toys in the water dish’ game). Lewis is The Best. And cuter-than-cute. Also hilarious.

If you’re new to the world of House Rabbits check out our Rabbit 101 page for great info  and then once you’re in-the-know and ready to commit, come adopt yourself the perfect party animal – Lewis is ready for you!

Lewis

Lewis

Lewis

Tulsa & Stevie

Tulsa Stevie

Tulsa Stevie

Tulsa and Stevie are beautiful, outgoing girls. Wonderful and friendly.  Their Mom was discovered in a bag inside a box that was in a DUMPSTER downtown. She had babies shortly after being rescued.

Mom has since been adopted and these cuties are now also ready to find their forever homes as well.  They received great House Rabbit training in one of our fantastic foster homes. T&S are anxious to get out of their shelter cage and back into a house routine with committed humans for the rest of their lives (10+ years).

The video shows them hanging with their siblings.

 

Yolanda

Yolanda

Yolanda

Yolanda

The beautiful Yolanda is a Dutch bunny, which is one of the oldest domestic rabbit breeds. Dutch buns are known by their distinctive white markings, as modeled by Yolanda. She is on the small size of medium and is friendly with a calm, easy-going nature. All in all, an excellent House Rabbit!

Yolanda has spent a few months in foster and is somewhat sad to be back in a shelter cage. She is looking forward to settling into a permanent home where she can get the attention that her intelligent, sweet personality deserves. Yolanda was friends with a kind dog in her foster home.

Callum

Meet Callum, a well-adjusted little boy. He has settled easily in one of our foster homes and is enjoying getting some much-needed attention, bowing his head down to demand forehead strokes.

Callum previously lived with cats and a dog, so has experience in a multi-species household. He was caged for long periods in his previous life and so is looking forward to being adopted into a family who will let him be a proper House Rabbit, with lots of time out of his pen to run and play.

Callum

Callum

Callum

Callum