Sage

Do we have any large rabbit lovers out there?

Sage was born at the shelter April 28th of this year.  Mom was a Holland lop but as with all strays we don’t know who dad was.

Sage is a lovely, mellow sweet young lady bun who will make a great companion rabbit.
She may even like a rabbit friend.  She has mastered her litter box skills well and will fit well into any home.

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 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.

Raven

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.

River

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

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

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.

Bridget

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.

Sylvia

Introducing the lovely large Sylvia – a big New Zealand girl who is only 5 months old (as of March 2021) and growing! She is lively and full of energy, very curious and adventurous. She’s not easily startled and loves to hop behind you and test out clothing and objects in a very playful manner. Her youthful exuberance will require lots of stimulation and bunny-safe toys to keep her busy and out of trouble. Rabbits don’t require outdoor space so don’t let the video of her on the grass deter you if you don’t have a yard. But Sylvia definitely will need ample time to do her zoomies around your home and get her exercise. She is absolutely fabulous!

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.

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.