Chloe

Meet Miss Chloe, a cute but sassy little lop that needs a home where she can have lots of free roam time. She is a diva that likes attention, but on her terms. Her ideal home would be with someone who is rabbit-savvy, no small children as she can nip and is protective of her stuff. She is, however, very easy to handle with the right person and will snuggle. She is very good with her litter box. She loves to binky and do zoomies. The vets think she’s a sweetheart that just needs the right person who will truly understand her. Is that you?

Rowena

Rowena is a beautiful,  sweet tempered rabbit with a lovely shiny coat.   This bun is under a year old (as of January 2021).   She’s litter trained, extremely mellow and would make a great first time companion rabbit.  What more could you want?
Rowena had a rocky start to life, but now she’s looking for a forever home.  Could that be with you?

Rowena
Rowena

Ophelia

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. 

Blyth and Betty

These pretty little sisters just can’t catch a break: they were surrendered to VRRA when the children of the family lost interest – they were kept in a horse stall and mostly ignored. These good little buns were then adopted out but their current guardian has fallen ill and can no longer care for them.

Blyth (grey/fawn) and Betty (brown/tan) are a sweet pair who deserve to finally land in a permanent and loving home. They are good with their litter box (they like a big one), outgoing and curious. 

Blyth and Betty
Blyth and Betty
Blyth and Betty

Lara

Lovely Lara! Like soooo many rabbits, Lara found herself dumped by her people at a golf course. The kind staff kept an eye on her but knew she would not survive for long and called us.

Lara is understandably a bit shy, but warms up to calm people who demonstrate that they are trustworthy. Because she spent so much of her life outdoors making her own decisions, she will do well in a home that can provide her with outdoor exercise in a safe space. She is not very happy being in a caged environment at the shelter and is very much looking forward to being adopted into a home that will allow her to blossom into a free-range indoor house bunny.

Lara
Lara

Echo

Echo is a curious and slightly cheeky 6 month old (as of August 2020) bunny.  She is extremely tidy and fully litterbox trained.  Echo lives free range in her foster home and loves getting a chance to dig in the yard, whenever possible.  She is good with kids and chickens (!) but hasn’t met any other animals yet.  Echo is very active and, while she is friendly, she prefers to socialize on her own terms and isn’t much of a cuddler because she’s usually too busy exploring.

Check out this cute video of her digging. IMG_2073

Echo
Echo

Nellie

This is Nellie, a petite little lady found alone in the big city near Granville Street. Nellie is exceptionally beautiful with her angular look and beautiful eyes. She is still a little scared and recovering from being abandoned. She will make a wonderful companion to someone willing to invest love and patience. Nellie will be worth it.

Nellie

Nellie

Cookie

Cookie

Cookie

Cookie is an absolutely gorgeous silver-gray bunny, on the small side of medium. She has been at the shelter for about two years and we can’t figure out why she keeps being passed by – she is a wonderful little soul.
She was placed in a foster home a couple months ago and is doing great! Her Foster Mom reports that she’s a healthy, happy girl and is very good at communicating with her people when she wants more attention. To quote, “she is funny and we love her”! 

Cookie is curious and playful when she is around people that she trusts. This is a bunny that will take time to warm up to her adoptive people and home. When she does, you will be rewarded with seeing her true personality. She needs a lot of attention and loves to chew things so needs rabbit-appropriate chew toys to keep her happy and occupied.

Cookie would not be a good fit in a loud home or with people who have an unpredictable schedule.

Her favourite things include: pets on her head, cilantro, parsley, pears and chew toys. Her dislikes are the broom and being picked up.

We hope that Cookie can soon find a Forever Home with people who will love and commit to her for a lifetime.