Mighty Mouse

Mighty Mouse

Mighty Mouse got his name because he was the smallest of nine baby rabbits but the most feisty. He was beating up his siblings so was separated and raised by a foster family with two children. He is an active and amusing bunny, friendly and naughty. He uses his litter box and enjoys attention but he loves to chew. Mighty Mouse will be an amazing character bunny to have and will enjoy lots of fun chew toys. He was born Oct 27, 2017 so is only 7 months old. Usually chewing behaviour settles down as rabbits age – and Mighty Mouse is worth it.

Blyth and Betty

Blyth and Betty

These pretty little sisters were given up because the children weren’t interested anymore. They lived in a horse stall and were mostly ignored. Blyth (grey/fawn) and Betty (tan) are good little bunnies now they are spayed. They are good with their litter box (they like a big one), out-going and curious. They are a little shy at first. Blyth and Betty not yet two years old.

Tula

Tula

Tula is a lucky rabbit. She came as a little baby, a few days old, from Critter Care in Langley. Someone brought her and her brother, Heyden, there thinking they were wild rabbits after a dog disturbed their nest. But wild rabbits are not black with white paws. So they came to us and our marvellous volunteer, Michelle, raised them up to be strong, healthy rabbits. (It’s not easy raising orphan rabbits). Tula is a mix of naughty and sweet (the best kind of bunny). She is active, friendly – bit shy till she knows you. Tula would probably enjoy the company of a boy bunny and will be a fun pet. She will be a year old in August.

Ethel

Ethel

Ethel is a very cute little Holland Lop, only about 3 months old. She was abandoned in Burnaby and picked up by kind people. She is an out-going, friendly bunny who will appreciate getting to know a family of her own. Ethel will be available once she is spayed.

Noel

Noel

Noel is a Holland Lop/Fuzzy Lop mix with a sad story. His mom and dad were given away when he was only 3 weeks old. He and his brothers and sisters were raised by VRRA volunteers because his mom could not be located. The people didn’t know the babies were born. All are doing well. Noel has two brothers, Christopher and Crispen. Their sisters are already in homes. Noel is a good little bunny, a bit shy at first. He was born November 2017. His coat is a little longer than a regular coat – a legacy from his Fuzzy Lop parent.

Christopher

Christopher

Christopher is a Holland Lop/Fuzzy Lop mix with a sad story. His mom and dad were given away when he was only 3 weeks old. He and his brothers and sisters were raised by VRRA volunteers because his mom could not be located. The people didn’t know the babies were born. All are doing well. Christopher has two brothers, Noel and Crispen. Their sisters are already in homes. Christopher is a good little bunny, a bit shy at first. He was born November 2017.

Leo

Leo

Here’s an adorable little Lionhead in a soft grey coat without a mane. Leo is a shy boy who will appreciate people who will let him develop and grow without being demanding. He’s sweet and calm, good with his litter box and wanting a loving home. He’s super cute and waiting for that loving person to appreciate him. Leo is one and a half years old.

Flora

Flora

Flora is a beautiful, white bunny with blue eyes, medium size and lovely, tall ears. She is a friendly girl, a little shy until she gets to know you. Her foster parents enjoyed her as a house bunny. She was found loose in the Mission area. Flora uses her litter box and is not prone to chew things. She will be happy to have a home to explore.

Sparrow and Wren

Sparrow and Wren

These beautiful sisters came from Jericho Park when a few days old. Their nest was dug up by the Parks crew, who saved them and turned them over to VRRA. They have been hand raised on love and formula and are the sweetest girls. They are now almost a year old. Wren has a little white mark on her nose. Sparrow is very slightly bigger. They are out-going, curious bunnies that are good with their litter box and not destructive. Sparrow and Wren will be wonderful, house companions.

Crispin

Crispin

Crispin is one of 7 babies saved from a sad situation. In December his mom and dad were given away before their people even knew they had babies in a nest. VRRA received them when they were about 3 weeks old. They still needed their mother. So they were given formula as well as regular rabbit food. Crispin inherited a long, fuzzy coat from his mom so will need some grooming but he is a good little rabbit and tolerates that well. His coat is fine but not prone to matting. Crispin is a little shy at first but comes around quickly when he knows you. He uses his litter box and can’t wait to explore your home.