Nellie

This is Nellie, a petite little lady found alone in the big city near Granville Street. Nellie is exceptionally beautiful with her angular look and beautiful eyes. She is still a little scared and recovering from being abandoned. She will make a wonderful companion to someone willing to invest love and patience. Nellie will be worth it.

Nellie

Nellie

Brûlée

Brûlée

Brûlée

Brûlée

Brûlée

Brûlée is an absolutely adorable little bunny! However she requires a rabbit-savvy, experienced Forever Person. She is a feisty little soul, and can act out in fear. She needs someone that will be patient to gain her trust, and accept her for who she is.

Posey

Posey

Posey

Posey

Meet Posey.  Posey is a very pretty lop girl, she’s wonderful with her litterbox.  She loves her greens and will steal right out of the veggie bag or fridge given the chance.  Posey can be a little shy until she gets to know you.  However once you’ve earned her trust, she will sit on your lap.

Skylar

Skylar

Skylar

Skylar

Skylar is the perfect house bunny.  She’s mellow, really clean and loves the company of people .  So far she has not met the perfect husbun.  Perhaps because she loves all the attention and doesn’t like to share her food.  She doesn’t appear to be a chewer either.

Skylar is around two and a half years old and is a great companion.

Ethel and Jackson

Ethel Jackson

Ethel Jackson

Ethel Jackson

Ethel & Jackson are an adorable odd couple. Ethel is the outgoing one that takes the lead and Jackson is happy to follow along. Look at those gorgeous blue eyes! These two have excellent litterbox habits and will make wonderful permanent additions to some lucky person’s forever family.

Gem and Tia

Tia Gem

Tia Gem

Tia Gem

Tia Gem

Tia (grey) and Gem (White) are two delightful bonded sisters.  They are small to medium sized but very dainty.  They are in a loving foster home while waiting for their forever home.

Both have learned good litter box skills
Gem is the more outgoing confident one, while her sister is quieter.  Having said that, they are curious and fun loving.
It would be lovely for them to have some secure outdoor playtime too.
Looking for a charming pair, look no further than these delightful sisters.

Charlie and Debby

Debby and Charlie

Debbie and Charlie

Debbie and Charlie

Debby and Charley are a very handsome and friendly couple. They arrived at the shelter separately but have become bonded BFF’s.

Charlie (the white Californian) has unique black eyes. We could stare into those liquid pools of love all day. He is the outgoing half of the duo. Debbie is a beautiful brown bun who is a devoted friend to her pal. They are a really fun pair.

If you are seeking for a sweet, clean-and-tidy pair with lovely personalities, look no further than Deb & Charles.

Tiger-Lily and Hazel

Tiger Lily and Hazel

Tiger Lily and Hazel

Tiger Lily and Hazel

Lovely Tiger-Lily & Hazel are a mother-daughter pair (TG is the Mom, and Hazel the brown bunny is the daughter). They are seniors (10 and 9.5 yrs) adopted from VRRA and sadly  surrendered back to us through no fault of their own.

It’s very tough for bunnies to lose their homes in their older years, as people are ageist and usually only want to adopt young rabbits. For those of you willing to broaden your perspective, you’ll find that having mature bunnies in your life is a joy! Their personalities are reliable and they are past the rambunctious “get into trouble” stage of life. On a practical level, having rabbits that no longer have 13+ years ahead of them is also sometimes a factor that can make committing to pet guardianship easier.

Tiger-Lily and Hazel are both sweet, amiable, curious, healthy and full of life. They absolutely love each other and it’s so sweet to watch their BFF affection. They look forward to settling in with new humans that will provide them with committed love, care and companionship that they so deserve.

Teena

Teena

Teena

Teena

Teena

Teena is a young rabbit who came into our care with 9 babies.  She was only five months old.

Fast forward to the present, having raised her family, she is ready to find her forever home.
Teena is extremely energetic and a busy bunny.  She would make a very good agility rabbit.
She’s also friendly and would probably love a bunny companion.  She needs space to roam around and loves interaction.

Twix

Twix

Twix

Twix

Twix

This is Twix, a Lionhead bun with the prettiest black, caramel and white markings you ever will see!

We’re not certain about what Twix’s past experiences have been, but we’re guessing she was in a home that handled her roughly (perhaps young children left unattended with her), and made her feel unsafe: she is skittish about sudden noises and hesitant about trusting people.
BUT: her rabbit-savvy foster home reports that she clearly loves affection and interaction, once you’ve convinced her that you’re trustworthy! Now that she’s familiar with the people and routine in her foster home, she goes to her little patting area and lies down and chills out and teeth purrs while being pet (teeth purrs are when rabbits grind their teeth softly which is a sign of contentment).
Another sign that Twix is relaxing and realizing she’s in a safe place: she’s started to “floop” onto her side and lie out with her legs outstretched. A sure sign of a happy and contented bunny!
She is very much enjoying being fed a proper rabbit diet, which is lots of fresh greens, a bit of rabbit pellet food, and lots of hay. She hangs out at her food bowl looking expectantly if the fresh food runs out!
Her foster people say that underneath the distrust is obviously a sweet-natured, kind and friendly rabbit. But moving forward, she will need a home with adults that have a solid routine and time to provide her with lots of affection and interaction.
She may also potentially be a good match to bond with someone that has a low-key and affectionate boy (neutered) rabbit looking for a friend.