Parker

Parker

Introducing Parker, a friendly young dude found wandering alone in a parkade at UBC. He is social, likes being pet, and looks forward to becoming a responsible human’s BFF – remember that last “F” stand for FOREVER. Bunnies live 10-12 years and need commitment from their humans; they are more than just entertainment for the school term.

 

Grace

Grace is aptly named, found wandering alone in a park after being abandoned just before Easter (sadly, as so many rabbits are). This time around, Grace would like to find a Forever Home with people who have taken the time to educate themselves on what kind of care rabbits need to live happily and healthily. It’s not much, but they do have particular needs that are very different from cats and dogs.

Grace is a friendly bunny with a lot of life and love left to give.

Karen

Karen

Karen

Karen

This is Karen, a dear little bunny who is very lucky to be alive and safe. She was put in a bag and thrown out of car in a Vancouver neighbourhood. Luckily a kind person saw this happen and went over to the bag to investigate. Thank goodness for Good Samaritans. Karen is a small young bun, but we think she’ll probably stay on the small side, even when she’s full grown. Despite the cruelty she’s endured, she is a happy and inquisitive rabbit, eager to socialize and have a kind hand stroke her head.

Frieda

The lovely Frieda is about 3 years old which means she is an expert at being a House Rabbit but still has a lot of life and love left to give (bunnies can live between 10-12 years on average).

Frieda looks a bit put out in these photos because her previous people decided to get rid of her like a used piece of furniture when they moved away. Frieda knows that she deserves better and is looking for committed people that understand that Pets are Family. Frieda is a good bun-bun and would like to get out of the shelter and back into a home where she belongs.

Frieda

Frieda

Frieda

Tory

Tory

Tory

Tory

Tory

Tory

Tory the Fuzzmaster! He enjoys getting outside to the shelter’s exercise pen for a romp but would really prefer to be hopping around a living room in his forever home. Tory is an Angora rabbit and so his human will definitely need to enjoy spending time grooming him. He was found dumped outside and so was very matted and required a spa day with a shave-and-a-haircut. When his gorgeous fur grows back it will require regular brushing to keep him looking tip-top fabulous.  Tory is a wonderfully friendly bunny and deserves lots of kind attention.

Damien

Damien

Damien

Damien

Damien

Damien

Springtime means tasty flowers to eat! When Damien isn’t chomping on flowers he’s running around playing; this tiny little dude is one busy bunny! He was found when a person went to get into their pickup truck and discovered him sitting in the truck bed in a cage. The gentleman hadn’t driven his truck for a few days so we don’t know how long poor Damien was stuck there. Now he’s safe, neutered and waiting for his Forever Home. Like many dwarf rabbits Damien is a sweetie but with a feisty personality.

Yolanda & Yvette

Yolanda

Yolanda

Yolanda

Yvette

Yvette

Yvette is a lovely Harlequin bunny who is on the small side of medium, just like her friend Yolanda, the beautiful black-and-white Dutch girl. They were found abandoned in a small cage in an empty apartment along with a 3rd bunny, Yvonne (who has been adopted seperately).

Despite that inhumane situation they luckily are no worse for wear: each has a lovely personality and are fun, playful and friendly with people. It’s sweet to see how relaxed and happy they are now. They are a nice compact size.

Tanzy and Milo

Tanzy Milo

Tanzy Milo

Tanzy and Milo are a Mom and Son team who are pretty as a picture and (more importantly) inquisitive and intelligent bunny-wunnies. Spayed/neutered and waiting for their Forever Home. Is that you?

Brigit and Nina

Brigit and Nina

Brigit and Nina

Brigit and Nina

Introducing the double-fabulous Brigit & Nina! Thanks to our wonderful foster family for the video and here’s what they have to say about these cutie-patooties:

“They are both coming along beautifully as house buns. I’ve transitioned them to mostly cage free, except when I’m not home. Nina is very adventurous and likes to explore everything, and comes running at the slightest indication of food (rustling bags, fridge opening, etc). She climbs on top of anything she can reach and loves to wiggle into funny places. Her most recent perch has been on top of the bin in which I keep their hay and pellets.

Brigit is still not particularly social but she doesn’t shy away at all. She comes running for treats (banana is her fave, of course) and will permit head scratches quite happily. She sits next to me whenever I’m doing something in the kitchen.” Wouldn’t you love to have these two hanging out in YOUR kitchen? House rabbits are the best!!

Check out an awesome video of these two in action, on our YouTube page.

Vivian and Vincent

Vincent and Vivian

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

V&V are two beautiful bonded bunnies.  They are friendly and comfortable with dogs and guinea pigs.  They are happiest with lots of time to run about and space to stretch out.  Vivacious Viv and Vince are wonderful Big Buns who find themselves in need of a new family through no fault of their own. If you’ve never met a large rabbit before, you are missing out! Double your fun with these two.