Sophie

Sophie

Sophie

Introducing sweet Sophie. She is a young adult who finds herself in a shelter cage through no fault of her own.  Sophie comes across as shy but this is common with bunnies who haven’t had a chance to get to know a human they can trust. Once she’s settled into a home where she feels safe and secure, we’re confident her “bunnitude” personality will reveal itself! Sophie is looking forward to being a house rabbit and to give and receive love with a committed human family.

MIsha

Misha

Misha was loose for a few weeks in the South West Marine Drive-Dunbar area. She was understandably spooked when people tried to catch her but a volunteer won her trust and was able to pick her up. She is about 8 months old (the vet thinks)… a friendly, fun bunny who would probably love to join a rabbit agility club.

Victoria

Victoria

Victoria

Queen Victoria! This young lady is a New Zealand / Flemish cross, who deserves her own castle. She is a little shy at first but that isn’t uncommon with bunnies who have experienced less-than-optimal experiences. Given a chance to interact with a trustworthy human, Victoria’s personality will bloom. She is an active bun-bun who likes to dig and needs a big litter box to have fun doing so. Having toys to keep her busy and room to dance around on those gorgeous big legs will be important to keep her happy.

Sassafras

Sassafras

Sassafras

Sassafras

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are looking for a BBB (big beautiful bunny) to join your family, then Sassafras is your gal! Since these photos were taken she’s spent a bit of time in a foster home but is now back at the shelter, hoping her adoptive forever-family will show up soon. Those fantastic big-bun legs need lots of free-range house space to hop about. Sassy Sassafras is a super awesome fun-bun. Check out a short video of her on our Petfinder page.

Gladys

Gladys

Gladys in foster home

Gladys is a sweet little girl, only about 4 months old (as of Nov 2018). She had been left on her own outside and so is now just learning that life doesn’t have to be so scary.

Update: Gladys recently spent time with one of our foster families to practice her house rabbit skills.  They report that she loves tossing around paper tubes and rearranging all of her toys. She also likes to jump on the couch to spend time with people she trusts and will even climb up onto your chest to say hello, if you’re laying down, and she loves to give lots of kisses! When she’s happy she makes little grunts as she hops around. She is a curious rabbit who is fun to watch running around, exploring and getting the “zoomies”.  She’s also 100% litter trained.  What a super little bunny!

sammie

Photo of Sammie

Sammie

Sweet Sammie is a young rabbit, only about 4-5 months old. She was found outside and so is very timid, as the world has been a scary place for her so far! Through kindness and routine she is slowly learning that life isn’t too bad after all. She will benefit from an understanding home that will give her the time she needs to bloom into a House Rabbit.

Flora

Flora

Flora

Flora is a beautiful New Zealand Flemish cross bunny with GORGEOUS blue eyes and lovely tall ears. She came to us after being found running loose in the Abbotsford-Mission area. Since then she has spent time in one of our foster homes and they report that she’s a friendly girl. We suspect that she may not hear well, although that doesn’t affect her sweet personality. Flora uses her litter box well. She likes to dig and so needs a big litter box where she can keep busy tossing her hay around. She will be happy to have a home to explore.

Sparrow and Wren

Wren Sparrow

Wren Sparrow

These beautiful sisters came from Jericho Park when a few days old. Their nest was dug up by the Parks crew, who saved them and turned them over to VRRA. They have been hand raised on love and formula and are the sweetest girls. Wren has a little white mark on her nose. Sparrow is very slightly bigger. They are out-going, curious bunnies that are good with their litter box and not destructive. Sparrow and Wren will be wonderful, house companions.

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.