River

River

River

River

River

River is a wonderfully friendly bunny who was abandoned at a golf course. We don’t know anything about his previous life, but based on his confident personality, he would probably do well in a home with a well-trained cat or dog, or respectful children.

River has the softest fur ever! His lovely pale tortoiseshell coat is a magnet for spending time petting and chatting with him. He will be a wonderful House Rabbit for a lucky person.

Blue

Blue

Blue

Blue is a handsome little grey-blue coloured Lop. He is friendly, enjoys being petted, likes the company of humans and apparently also has prior experience living with a respectful cat and dog. He may also do well with a properly introduced bunny friend.

Willamina

Willamina

Willamina

My Willamina, what big ears you have!! Willamina is a darling! She almost looks like a wild hare with her lean, angular build and extra-large, long ears (but she is definitely a domestic rabbit). Willamina was found abandoned in a paint store parking lot but despite that tough start, she is friendly and personable.

Chia and Cashew

Chia Cashew

Chia Cashew

Chia Cashew

These two cute youngsters are sister lops, Cashew and Chia. They are being raised by one of our wonderful foster families and so are getting lots of attention and learning how to be good House Rabbits. They have experience interacting with older children.

Camille, Genevieve & Rene

Camille, Genevieve and Rene

Genevieve

Camille

Rene

Meet Camille and her two daughters, Genevieve and Rene. These fuzzy-wuzzies are a lovely group of gals who enjoy being together and will make a fun little herd of House Rabbits for some lucky family. They are on the small side of medium in size. They are neat and tidy girls. Genevieve (black lionhead) is the goof-ball of the group and will require grooming (she likes wandering around with random pieces of hay stuck in her hairdo). Camille is grey with a slight mane and and Rene is grey with a smooth coat. They are all friendly and fun.

Snowy & Korina

Snowy and Korina

Snowy

Korina

This is Mr Snowy (grey fur) and Ms Korina (tan coat), who are best friends and love to play together. They are interesting and outgoing bunnies.

Tucker

Tucker

Tucker

Tucker

Tucker

Tucker

Tucker is a friendly little Netherland Dwarf, although he does have a bit of attitude and can be shy until he trusts you. He’s an active boy as you can see in the photos.

Maxene

Maxene

Maxene

Maxene

Check out Maxene, a beautiful young rabbit with perhaps a musical ear? As you can see from the photos, Miss Maxene is enjoying time in one of our wonderful foster homes. They report that like most bunnies, she’s not super-cuddly but always likes to hang out close-by to her people.

One of Maxene’s cute quirks is that she loves having multiple napping places. Her favourites are a spot by their window where she can look out to the street, and also on the piano as per the photo (Play it again, Sam!)
She is a curious bun that likes to explore.

Pancake & Peach

Pancake Peach

Pancake Peach

Pancake Peach

Peach Pancake

Odd couples are the best! Pancake is a smooth-coated lop-eared bunny and Peach is a fuzzy Lionhead. Pancake is a push-over and Peach is a feisty girl who doesn’t like being told what to do. Together they make an irresistible Peach-Pancake duo 🙂

They are amusing rabbits whose antics will keep you grinning. Peach’s long hair-do needs regular grooming to keep it from getting knotted but Pancake’s style is low maintenance. They have very good litter box manners.

Babies

Babies

Derry and babies

Derry and babies

Derry and babies

Derry and babies

Derry and babies

Yes folks, we have yet another litter of baby bunnies born to a recently rescued rabbit.  Their poor Mom, Derry, was thrown out in a dumpster in downtown Vancouver. They were born May 30 and will be ready for adoption in a few months, along with Miss Derry. She has Harlequin colouring and her kits look similar.