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.

Dagwood

Dagwood

Dagwood was born Oct 27th, 2017 after his mom was rescued from a green space in Richmond. Like his mom, Amy, Dagwood is a really sweet boy, very petable and friendly. He uses his litter box, is active and curious and can’t wait to have a loving, forever home with room to run and play.

Thorin and Aspen

Thorin and Aspen

These little brothers make a nice pair. Thorin is black and a little shier than his brother. They are 6 months old. Aspen is the more out-going boy. Both are good little rabbits with no health problems. They are active and curious, use their litter box and do not chew much. They will be good house bunnies.

Roxanne

Roxanne

Roxanne is a Holland Lop. She is very sociable, craves company, likes being touched and is very happy jumping onto a lap to have a cuddle. She is a very well behaved house bun, using her litter box diligently. She is a good girl that when free to be out an out in the living room and returns to her enclosure area to eat her hay throughout the day.  While Roxanne does not appear to be too chewy, she does like to play with toys. Roxanne’s forever home should have a stay at home human and/or a special rabbit friend for her to be happiest.

Ozzy

Ozzy

Ozzy is a very cute little Lionhead boy. He is a little shy at first and he has dental problems with his front teeth. However, that will soon be fixed. When he came he had a “tusk” about an inch long coming out of his mouth. He managed to eat but he is much happier now that it is trimmed. The other front teeth are also not good so we are going to have them removed. Rabbits do very well without their front teeth. They only use them to bite pieces off so they eat pellets, hay and stalky veggies just the same. Large leaves and chunks of things need to be cut up. The big plus is that the rabbit cannot chew anything around the house so rabbit proofing is minimal. Ozzy will be ready for adoption in April.

Harriet

Harriet

Harriet is a beautiful Harlequin rabbit with striking markings. She has the perfect Harlequin face divided dark and light. She is a calm personality rabbit, good with her little box and not inclined to chew. She has only been here a couple of days but is already a favourite. She was found on Craig’s List “free” and rescued by people who wanted to but could not keep her. Remember than rabbits are not good pets for small children, that they require a lot of care and live for 10 years.

Baldrick

Balin

Baldrick is the largest of the three dwarf mixes.  He loves to jump up on his table and onto a basket a bit higher where he watches the goings on in the rabbit room.  He is content to lounge in his pen but enjoys running freely for at least part of the day.  He is using  the litter box well.

Silas

 

Silas is a handsome, blue-eyed boy, a Holland Lop cross with a nice personality. His sideways ears are extra cute. He is about 6-7 months old. Silas is a little shy at first. He needs a home with people who will pet him and give him room to play and things to do. He uses his litter box and is not a chewy rabbit. Silas will be a good companion bunny who will blossom in a home.

Rook and Raven

 

These beautiful, black rabbits are brother and sister. Rook is the boy and is the most out-going one. Raven, his sister has a little mark on her nose and is more prone to let Rook take the lead. They are young rabbits, not yet a year old, friendly, clean and curious. Rook and Raven will be good house bunnies for those who appreciate rabbits in a shiny black coat.