Ida

Ida

Ida

Ida is a big goof 🙂

She is friendly and always eager to visit; Ida wants to be the centre of attention. With her half-lop ‘helicopter’ ears and fuzzy face, you can’t help but smile looking at her. She’s a big girl with gorgeous colouring and a wonderful personality.

Ariel

Ariel

Ariel

Ariel

Ariel

Ariel

Ariel

It goes without saying that all bunnies are cute. But some bunnies are REALLY cute! Ariel falls into the latter category 🙂

She is a medium-large girl with a really unique large face that isn’t captured well in these photos but in-person you can’t help but smile and be tempted to smoosh your face into hers. She is a friendly girl, always wanting to push out of her cage at every opportunity.  She is VERY much looking forward to taking her rightful place as a free-range House Rabbit with a lucky family that will let her rule her living room and/or kitchen kingdom!

Jackie

Jackie

Jackie

Jackie

Sweet, sweet Jackie! She came to the shelter as an owner surrender but looked like she had been abandoned: she was starved and dirty, with urine stains on her feet (a sign of being forced to sit in her own filth).  The first few days at the shelter her eyes had the look of someone who had given up hope :(.

But as you can see from the photos, she has a bright demeanour now, and is soaking up all the love and attention.  She deserves to be a valued member of the family and looks forward to being adopted by kind and committed people who will do their homework about House Rabbit care.

Cookie

Cookie

Cookie

Cookie

Cookie

Cookie

Cookie is a smart-and-fun little bun. Up until recently she lived with her sister, Blondie, but (as can sometimes happen with sisters) they no longer get along and so Cookie is looking for a home of her own. She would also most likely be very happy to find a home with a neutered boy bun. She is friendly, clean and inquisitive and would like to be someone’s beloved House Rabbit.

Vixen

Vixen

Vixen

Meet Vixen, a beautiful harlequin-cross little girl who – like sooooo many rabbits – was abandoned in the city of Richmond. She would like another chance with committed people.

Adeline

Adeline

Adeline

Adeline

Adeline

Adeline

Adeline

Is Adeline GORGEOUS, or what?! This Hotot-cross bombshell is not only extremely lovely, but also friendly and tidy – an overall 5-star bunny. Check out those XL-sized ears. As you can tell from the photos she is a curious, outgoing girl, a real gem. She deserves a wonderful free-range home with committed humans (as do all of the fab-Rabs at our shelter).

 

Tannis

Tanner

Tanner

Tanner

Tannis is a young, friendly and curious little girl! She’s lucky to be getting a second chance at life, after being abandoned in a hotel room. She’s ready to start again with a committed home that’s prepared to love and care for her for the next 10+ years.

Tannis is pure black with one unique white front paw.

Tina

Tina

Tina

Tina

Teeny Tiny Tina! This little girl is a friendly ball of energy. She is a young bun and so has a 10+ year life ahead of her. She was surrendered by people who decided they were “too busy” to look after her.

Many people buy rabbits on a lark from Craigslist or a pet store without doing their homework on the care and commitment required. Tina and all her rabbit colleagues deserve better. If you have delved into the world of house rabbits and know that you are ready to have one join your family for their lifetime, then Tina may be for you.

Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Blondie is a smart-and-fun little bun. Up until recently she lived with her sister, Cookie, but (as can sometimes happen with sisters) they no longer get along and so Blondie is looking for a home of her own. She would also most likely be very happy to find a home with a neutered boy bun. She is friendly, clean and inquisitive and would like to be someone’s beloved House Rabbit.

Hawthorn and Cedar

Cedar and Hawthorn

Aren’t Cedar & Hawthorn the cutest?? As you can see from the photo, these sisters are two peas-in-a-pod and love to snuggle together, making for endless adorable photos.  They are Holland Lop/Lionhead crosses, with Hawthorn having dark tones and the longer Lionhead fur, while Cedar has lighter colouring and the more traditional Holland Lop look.  They are young adults, which means that they have long lives ahead of them, but have matured beyond the ‘messy untrained baby bun’ stage. They are outgoing and love to dash about and socialize. Their foster home reports that they are good with their litter box and are excellent hay eaters (that equates to healthy bun-buns). They are lovely girls who have received great House Rabbit training in their foster home, and are ready to graduate to a Forever Home.