Tula

Tula

Tula is a lucky rabbit. She came as a little baby, a few days old, from Critter Care in Langley. Someone brought her and her brother, Heyden, there thinking they were wild rabbits after a dog disturbed their nest. But wild rabbits are not black with white paws. So they came to us and our marvellous volunteer, Michelle, raised them up to be strong, healthy rabbits. (It’s not easy raising orphan rabbits). Tula is a mix of naughty and sweet (the best kind of bunny). She is active, friendly – bit shy till she knows you. Tula would probably enjoy the company of a boy bunny and will be a fun pet. She will be a year old in August.

Ethel

Ethel

Ethel is a very cute little Holland Lop, only about 3 months old. She was abandoned in Burnaby and picked up by kind people. She is an out-going, friendly bunny who will appreciate getting to know a family of her own. Ethel will be available once she is spayed.

Flora

Flora

Flora is a beautiful, white bunny with blue eyes, medium size and lovely, tall ears. She is a friendly girl, a little shy until she gets to know you. Her foster parents enjoyed her as a house bunny. She was found loose in the Mission area. Flora uses her litter box and is not prone to chew things. She will be happy to have a home to explore.

Hawthorn and Cedar

Hawthorn and Cedar

These sisters are Holland Lop/Lionhead crosses. Hawthorn is in dark tones and has inherited her Lionhead father’s fur and Cedar in light tones looks like her Holland Lop mom. They are about 6 months old. Both are out-going, interesting rabbits who love to dash about and chew things. But that’s to be expected at their young age. They have just been spayed and starting to be more settled. They are lovely girls who will be amusing house bunnies.

Gina

Gina

Gina came from a local animal shelter when she was only about 2 months old. She is a very pretty, little rabbit. She is easy startled but friendly and forward coming once she knows her people and her place. Gina would like a quiet home with lots of exploring space and people who will give her time to settle in. She is now about 5 – 6 months old.

Polly

Polly

 

Though Polly was born here she is very shy. She developed a slight head tilt some years earlier and her head has been tipped ever since. She is a clean little rabbit who used to live with her brother, Dusky until he died. Polly is now 7 years old. She would benefit from a rabbit friend. She needs understanding rabbit people.

Ashlyn

Ashlyn

 

Ashlyn was saved as a baby rabbit, only about 2 weeks old. She was found on a construction site as she and her sister were about to be covered with concrete. She has grown up to be an outgoing girl with a big personality. Ashlyn really loves to explore and enjoy the world and she does not appreciate being caged. She doesn’t do annoying things such as chewing on the bars but she likes to rearrange the contents to keep busy. She is good with her litter and will be an fun and interesting house bunny. Ashlyn is now 3 years old. She was adopted but had to return as her person moved to Australia.