Mac and Hazelnut

Meet two of our “nut family “.   Mac and Hazelnut are bonded brothers born April 11th this year in a shelter.  

These fun loving boys are looking forward to finding a family to call their own.

They are clean, playful and love to zoom around .  Hazelnut can be a bit chewy but as long as he has plenty to do he is normally good.

They are gentle rabbits but not skittish or shy.  

Mac and Hazelnut have not really known a home just a shelter. – can you give these gentlemen the home they deserve?

Ira and Gopy

Gopy (silver/blue) and Ira (brown/agouti) are “brothers from another mother”.

Both were found as tiny babies within a few weeks of each other in different locations alone on the streets of Vancouver.  They’ve grown up together in foster care and are both exceptionally sweet, affectionate and funny young rabbits.

As bonded buns, they are looking forward to living together in a loving home, where they can continue to bring joy to humans as they enjoy lots of free roam time and enrichment. 

They are neutered and aside from some territorial droppings (likely due to their foster mom’s own resident rabbits) they are quite good with their litter boxes. They are very loving towards each other and groom one another constantly. Both boys are very accepting of cuddles.

Poppy & Pansy

Poppy and Pansy are a double-dose of adorable!

Poppy (white spot on the nose) has a very loving personality and is always ready for a cuddle. She loves to sit on one’s lap for extended periods of time while receiving pats & kisses. Pansy has an adventurous personality and loves to explore. She is the alpha girl who looks out for both of them. Pansy is warming up to cuddles – on her terms – she dislikes being picked up – as most bunnies do. 


Their ltterbox habits are consistently great 98% of the time. Poppy & Pansy enjoy a healthy diet and an occasional treat (banana, berries, apple). 

Both bunnies enjoy nibbling on cardboard, showing off with binkies, zoomies and a comfy hide-out box to sleep in together. These bun-sisters will be awesome free-roaming house bunnies, as they have been thriving having a spacious room of their own in foster.


Poppy & Pansy will bring much joy, love and laughs to whomever is lucky enough to become their Forever Home. Is that you?

Flint

Flint is a bright and inquisitive boy that loves his hay and litter box. He has a gorgeous silver-fox coat – white hairs sprinkled throughout his back.

He gets along well with the kids in his foster home who have been taught how to be gentle and respectful with bunnies and enjoys attention.

Flint loves his playtime and is looking forward to being a free-roaming House Rabbit.

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Merlot

Merlot is an inquisitive and smart girl, with an adorable white spot on her nose and lovely big ears.

She has three siblings and was the first to leave the nest box, first to binky and run around, and always the first to jump on her foster parent’s lap. Merlot demands pets with a nudge to get your full attention. She is very playful and sassy.

Cinder

Cinder – what a lovable boy!

Born Feb 2021, Cinder has an adorable “helicopter” ear that sticks out sideways – a sign that he has a bit of lop in him (one ear up and what halfway down).

He was the only one in the litter that shows some lop characteristics with one ear up and one ear down. He loves his hay and has great litter box habits.  He is mellow but playful.  

Cinder

Morty

Morty is a very curious and active bunny rabbit. He is interactive with his foster family and loves to jump on everything he can reach.

He does like to chew (like all active bunnies) so be sure to protect your home and give him lots of chew toys! But Morty is affectionate and will lick you to show his love and appreciation.

Morty is a happy bunny that does a lot of zoomies and binkies in the morning and in the evening if he is with us watching a movie. A happy bunny makes a happy home.

Christopher

Little Christopher is pretty much the friendliest guy you’ll ever want to meet! He absolutely LOVES head rubs and is super affectionate. Christopher is very active and interesting. He is not a chewy rabbit and is good with his litter box. Christopher would love to explore your house and sit on the couch with you. He maybe shy at first until he knows you.

Check out his video and see how much he adores being paid attention to and pet.

Patrick and Haley

Patrick (grey) and Haley (black) are a handsome duo, now about a year old.

Like so many abandoned bunnies in the lower mainland, they were found wandering the streets of Richmond when only about two months old.

This pair are probably brother and sister and are seeking a Forever Home that understands that rabbits are a 10 plus year commitment. Unfortunately Patrick, has developed a wobble. The cause of these conditions is not always easy to determine. He moves around well but sometimes has problems with balance. This may become better or worse as he ages or it may never change.

Patrick and Haley deserve a chance in a loving home. They are shy but become more outgoing when they know their people and space.

And as bonded bunnies they’ll be loyal to each other – and to you.

Peanut

Introducing Peanut, a golden boy about 5 months old (as of Sept 2021). Peanut can be shy until he gets to know you. He loves to zoom around to burn up his energy and will entertain you with his binkies – he can be very fast!