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 nestbox, 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.


All you big rabbit lovers, check out Raven! She weighs in at just under 6kg. Raven came in as a rescue from Kamloops and is approximately 4 years old. She’s a stunning rabbit, extremely curious, partial to playing with puzzles and toys. Raven will enjoy being a free-roam House Rabbit but is inclined to find a spot to sit and lounge for long periods 🙂 She’s a loving bun to welcome into your home.


Ebony is a delightful young rabbit. She is about 7 months old as of July 2021. Being a young bunny, she has lots of energy and loves to do zoomies and jump and binky! She also loves to be pet – she will bow down and enjoy her pets for as long as you are willing to give them. She’s a clever little bunny who loves to explore and is not afraid of slippery floors! Ebony is very clean and has impeccable litter box habits.


River is a sweetheart! She’s a very big lazy bunny around 14 pounds. She enjoys lounging around and roaming around the house. She lays all stretched out with her legs straight back. River likes having her own quiet space, under tables or behind couches. She can be shy until she gets to know you but is very friendly and enjoys affection and pets. She does chew on cardboard or paper within her reach. River is very good with her litter box and gets along well with the respectful cats and dog in her foster home. Her favorite treats are banana, carrots and fresh greens. She has a great laid-back personality. She doesn’t scary easy but is conscious and aware of her surroundings.


Ariana was only about 4 weeks old when she was found with her siblings in a heap on the sidewalk, obviously dumped from a car. Despite her dire beginnings, this youngster (born ~Feb 2021) is outgoing and friendly. She is turning into a very lovely House Rabbit and looks forward to becoming a permanent member of a lucky person’s household.


Marina is a very pretty little girl with sleek black fur. She is shy, having been abandoned in the woods in West Vancouver for over a year – it’s amazing she survived that long. When she was finally caught, she was understandably very scared. Despite her tough start in life, Marina has come a long way but does still take time to trust people and will probably always be shy. But she deserves a loving home where she can learn that all is well with her world. Marina is probably about two years old and has a slight head tilt. She has had medication and it doesn’t affect her quality of life. A quiet and patient home will be best.


Ash is a big beautiful bunny! She’s curious, adventurous and very smart. She shows her affection with head nudges or rubbing against you. She enjoys attention and pets. Ash is an active girl and needs free roam time to burn her energy. Then she’ll flop over and lounge the rest of the day. She can be a bit shy when first meeting new people but she’s a sweetheart. She prefers being the only bunny in her space, but has been getting along well with her foster family’s cats and dog. Ash has a stuffed bunny she cuddles and a blanket that she throws up in the air and snuggles under. She also enjoys playing and chasing cat toys. This smart loving girl will make a get addition to the right home.


Bridget had a rough start, with life on the streets. However after loving care and vet treatment, our dear little Bridget is ready to take up the role of a spoiled house rabbit. Bridget is a little shy when she first meets you.  But she is a gentle mellow soul and good with her litter box, and we expect she’ll blossom with people she loves and trusts.


Myken came to us as a stray and gave birth to seven babies a few days after arriving. She was a great Mom and even helped raise a few orphans in addition to her own kits.

Myken is very active and likes to stay busy. She’ll need to provided with lots of toys and things to do, to keep her out of trouble. She can be quite feisty and thus suitable for a rabbit-experienced home with adults or older children. She does not like being picked up (like the majority of buns). Myken will blossom in the right home.


Jewel is a young, active bunny who loves attention from her human companions. She happily runs to you when she sees you or if you call her. Jewel will thrive with a loving family who can provide her with free-roaming space as she likes to be near her humans all the time. Like most rabbits, she doesn’t tolerate being picked up, will gladly sit nearby and sometimes beside you. If Jewel had it her way, she would be petted all day long. A family with older children is recommended as Jewel may nip at you when she is seeking attention. Jewel may make a great companion for another bunny.