Tessa and Kim

Tessa (black) and Kim (tan/red) are nice big buns, found abandoned in a Langley park. Outgoing, but can be a little shy when meeting new people. These are lovely girls who deserve a home where their personalities can really bloom and they can become beloved family members.

Ash and River

River and Ash bonded sisters. They were rescued from the Nicomekl trails in Langley where they had been dumped. They’re thankfully no worse for wear from that harrowing experience and are very friendly.

Ash loves nudging, head butting or rubbing against you. She is a very active funny and loving girl. River is a sweetheart, she’s a little more relaxed and chill and enjoys lounging around all stretched out and being pet on her head. They love each other’s company and are never far apart. Their foster home reports that they also get along with respectful dogs and cats.

Skittle

Skittle is a rabbit that loves to play. Ideally she’d love to have a home with opportunity to play outside sometimes in a safe area. She enjoyed jumping around in the snow at her foster. Skittle was probably on her own for awhile and so is getting used to trusting humans and being pet. She is a unique bun.

Blanche

Blanche is a young bun with a common story: dumped outside to fend for herself. With her snowy white coat, Blanche has no camouflage from predators and is lucky to have survived long enough to be rescued. We are just getting to know her personality but she’s bright and very active – this will be a bunny that wants to jump up on your sofa and explore the house.

Skipper

Having three legs certainly hasn’t slowed Skipper down! He came to VRRA with an injured leg which unfortunately needed to be amputated. Since his surgery, this special little man has adjusted well to life on three legs.  

Skipper is mellow, friendly, laid-back and litter trained. His fluffy white paws are delightful, his fur is soft and silky, and his soulful brown eyes will melt your heart. He enjoys being hand-fed greens and will gently eat pellets from your hand. 

He happily roams free during the day and spends the night in his pen. Skipper can jump up on the couch but he does need carpet to get around so he doesn’t slip. He’s also unable to scratch one of his ears without his back leg and he greatly appreciates it when a kind human scratches it for him. Is that kind human you? 

Talia & Jericho

This adorable couple love each other very much and are looking for their forever home. They like a quiet environment and they are very comfortable free roaming and finding a comfy spot for an afternoon nap. 
 
Talia – she has a great personality and is the dynamic, curious and playful one in the couple. She loves treats, getting pets and, most of all, loves her husbun Jericho. 
 
Jericho – he is shy and cautious to begin with but, once you earn his trust, he will be binkying and flopping all over the place! 
 
Both bunnies are a joy to look after – the only problem is that you won’t get anything done because you’ll be too busy watching them snuggle and taking photos.
 
 

Max and Precious

Max (black Netherland Dwarf) and Precious (gray Lionhead) are a gentle but inquisitive pair.
They both love Timothy pellets, broccoli, and leafy green veg like Romaine Lettuce. They enjoy tossing around toys like balls with bells, cardboard spirals, etc. On a daily basis they are calm and nurturing towards each other. Super low maintenance bunnies!
They are both litterbox trained. They are inquisitive by nature and will come up to sniff you and check you out! They are quiet at night and were skittish of loud noises at first but with time and patience they really come out of their shells. Both love to be pet on the head and cheeks, especially Precious who shows you by chattering her teeth!
These two would fare well in a home with responsible adults who can brush Precious daily and give them loving pets.

Whiskey

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.

Wendelin

Wendelin is meditating on her future as a beloved House Rabbit, lounging in a living room, perhaps under a coffee table. She’s a sweet, friendly bunny but is still working on getting her litter box skills to 100%. Dwarf bunnies are especially adorable, but please remember that they require the same 10+ year commitment as bigger bunnies and have the same specialized diet and health needs.