Sebastian and Viola

Viola Sebastian

These gorgeous Identical twins are Sebastian & Viola, having a little chill-out together after a rambunctious run-around!

They are a lovely, affectionate brother-sister pair with wonderful tall ears, who have been learning good House Rabbit skills in one of our excellent foster homes. They are a bonded pair and are ready to move forward into adopted life together.

Pita and Pan

Pita and Pan

Pita and Pan

Pita and Pan

Pita and Pan are a nifty little pair of middle-aged rab-rabs, about 5 years old. Buns in midlife are a wonderful choice for someone who is looking for laidback companions, content to chill-out and watch Netflix with you. P&P love playing hide-and-seek with each other and will keep you entertained with their affection for each other.

Lennon

Lennon

Lennon

Is Lennon the Lionheart handsome, or what?! Lionhead rabbits are so funny and adorable but Lennon is particularly sweet. He is lucky to be hanging out in one of our foster homes while he waits for his Forever Family to find him. They report that he has no bad habits and loves to eat his hay – an EXCELLENT way habit for keeping healthy and happy.

Buffy

Buffy

Buffy

Buffy

Dear, sweet Buffy finds herself at the shelter after 8 years of house-rabbit living – her family abandoned her when they moved. She is an endearingly sweet, lovely rabbit with clean and tidy habits. Bunnies can live ~12 years and so Buffy is entering her senior years.

Upper-middle-aged buns are wonderful pets for people looking for a settled companion. Buffy sometimes gets sharp edges on her teeth that require a trip to the bunny vet for a filing treatment (this isn’t an uncommon problem). She just had a visit with our vet to get this looked after so she’s a healthy and happy girl now.  Buffy has relatively small ears for her size, which gives her face a very cute, unique look.

Victor

Victor

Victor

Victor makes you feel all the feels! 💗

He was found wandering all by himself and – being a senior bunny – this means that someone must have showed him the door :(. Victor is a gentle, friendly boy, so must have had a home; it is heartbreaking that he found himself lost and alone.

Fortunately he has found his way to VRRA and we are hopeful that there is someone out there with a soft spot for seniors. He has lots of love left to give and needs to fill-up on forehead scritches and loving conversation.

If you are looking for a calm, sweet soul to bring depth and meaning to your home, Victor may be your man. He’s also super handsome!

Esser

Esser

Esser

Esser is an outgoing young bunny. His Mom was discovered in a bag inside a box that was in a DUMPSTER downtown. She had babies shortly after being rescued; Esser and his siblings were lucky to be reared in one of our loving foster homes. He is now a neutered and ready for adoption – he’s anxious to get out of his shelter cage and back into a house routine with committed humans for the rest of his life (10+ years).

Esser will do best in a rabbit-experienced home as he is opinionated and can sometimes nip. We expect this may come from frustration of being cooped up in a shelter cage. As he matures and has better opportunity to run around and exercise – as well as live with humans who know and understand him – we expect he’ll flower into a lovely young man.

The video shows Esser hanging with his 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).