Sweet little Loki! Loki came to the shelter with his brother, from unfortunate circumstances. As can often happen with boy bunnies, once these two reached maturity they began fighting and so had to be separated.

Loki’s brother has now found a home but Loki is still looking. He is a loving little guy who loves to play and eat. He may be a good fit for someone looking for a friend for their spayed girl bun. His foster person says that he’s a gentle rabbit and we look forward to finding him the perfect Forever Home.

Max and Precious

Max (black Netherland Dwarf) and Precious (gray Lionhead) are a gentle but inquisitive pair. Besides eating their pellets and veggies, their favourite activities include tossing around toys like balls with bells, and cardboard spirals. They are calm and nurturing toward each other, but also love being pet.

Max and Precious are spending time in a foster home and were skittish of loud noises at first, but with time and patience invested, have really come out of their shells. Both love to be pet on their head and cheeks, especially Precious, who grinds her teeth with happiness (the equivalent of a bunny purr). Both have good litter box habits. Precious’s gorgeous fur will require daily brushing to prevent matting – Lionheads are beautiful but do require consistent fur maintenance.


Ophelia is a very tidy rabbit with amazing litter box skills. She is still getting used to humans and so comes across as shy. She needs a loving forever home that will appreciate her for who she is. She will need time and space to adjust to her new surroundings and people in the home. Food seems to be the way into her heart: She will happily accept treat offerings out of your hand, and head rubs too. Ophelia is a gentle soul who spends most of her time relaxing comfortably inside dark hidey holes like cardboard boxes and her strawberry house, preferring to stay inside the vicinity of her pen. We feel Ophelia would be best suited to a quiet home without children, with another rabbit friend to help bring her out of her shell. 

Anna and Olaf

Bunny high-fives! Olaf & Anna are a great example of how intelligent and fun-loving rabbits can be. Spend time interacting and getting to know their individual personality on their own terms, and you will be rewarded.

Olaf and Anna have been living with one of our amazing Foster People and they say, “these two are the most well-behaved House Bunnies we have ever hosted”. Wow! They go on to describe these snowy fluffs as, “100% non-chewy, not even cable chargers interest them. They don’t even care about chewing cardboard or chew toys, although they do love peeling the layers of cardboard off the bottom of a box. They don’t dig or climb on stuff (unless they smell food on the table) and so bunny-proofing will be super easy for whomever adopts them.”

These two are food motivated and do fun tricks like high-fives. Check out their instagram page for more cute videos of their antics. https://www.instagram.com/p/CJiBz2ZDoXI/?igshid=13r3ks6zk0y7u

They have also been trained to be comfortable with being held for grooming and getting their nails trimmed. And they are quiet at night.Talk about the perfect combo of characteristics! Anna & Olaf are waiting for you!


Whiskey, what adorably big ears you have! This friendly big lug of a bunny was found as a stray. Agouti coloured bunnies can sometimes be mistaken for their wild Cottontail cousins, but Whiskey is definitely a domestic rabbit. He’s very grateful to be rescued and cared for. He’s a nice calm bun and will make a fun House Rabbit for a lucky person.

Clover and Pipkin

Getting good photos of two young and active dark-furred bunnies is a challenge! This lovely brother-sister duo were found lost and alone on a busy street. They are just settling into the shelter and getting used to receiving kind attention and care.


Little Luke is a shiny black rabbit with the cutest white slippers. He’s a young Dutch-cross found as a stray and happy to be receiving love and care at the shelter. He’ll be even happier when he meets his Forever Person.



James, what cute big ears you have! Wee James is a shy lad as he’s been fending for himself as a stray. He has shiny black fur with some Dutch-cross markings, which makes him extra handsome. James is looking forward to becoming someone’s beloved House Bunny.

Peggy and Nemo

Peggy (brown) and Nemo (black) were both found as strays. They are just getting used to the idea of humans being trustworthy and so are shy. They’ll need a home with a reliable routine and a calm, loving atmosphere. It will be lovely to watch their personalities bloom with someone who takes the time to get to know them.

Peggy and Nemo
Peggy and NEmo

Robin and Star

Meet Star (Himalayan) and her handsome boyfriend, Robin.

Himalayans are beautiful bunnies, known for their calm nature. Robin looks to be part English Spot and is a fun fellow and the more outgoing one of the pair. They are well-behaved, good with their litter box and not chewy. They do love playing with cardboard boxes.

Robin and Star
Robin and Star