Joon

Joon

Joon

Introducing Joon, a lovely Californian rabbit. She was abandoned in an apartment.

Sweet Joon is now in a foster home and she settled in quickly. She loves a long petting session and human company. In fact, her Foster Mom says she’s never known a bunny as friendly as Joon!

Joon doesn’t like hardwood floors (many bunnies find smooth flooring too slippery) and so only explores to the end of the area rug – kind of a nice trait :0

Joon

Joon

Ally

Ally

Ally

Check out Ally, a gorgeous large English Spot bunny who miraculously survived the winter outside after being dumped. It took rescuers two months of attempts to finally catch her; those quick running skills are probably what kept her alive.

Once caught she was immediately friendly, upon realizing her good fortune being with kind humans who meant her no harm.
She loves her hay and is neat and tidy. She does not like cats. She loves to explore her foster home and does happy binky dances. She has a lovely personality.

Teena

Teena

Teena is a young rabbit who came into our care with 9 babies.  She was only five months old.

Fast forward to the present, having raised her family, she is ready to find her forever home.
Teena is extremely energetic and a busy bunny.  She would make a very good agility rabbit.
She’s also friendly and would probably love a bunny companion.  She needs space to roam around and loves interaction.

Twix

Twix

Twix

Twix

Twix

This is Twix, a Lionhead bun with the prettiest black, caramel and white markings you ever will see!

We’re not certain about what Twix’s past experiences have been, but we’re guessing she was in a home that handled her roughly (perhaps young children left unattended with her), and made her feel unsafe: she is skittish about sudden noises and hesitant about trusting people.
BUT: her rabbit-savvy foster home reports that she clearly loves affection and interaction, once you’ve convinced her that you’re trustworthy! Now that she’s familiar with the people and routine in her foster home, she goes to her little patting area and lies down and chills out and teeth purrs while being pet (teeth purrs are when rabbits grind their teeth softly which is a sign of contentment).
Another sign that Twix is relaxing and realizing she’s in a safe place: she’s started to “floop” onto her side and lie out with her legs outstretched. A sure sign of a happy and contented bunny!
She is very much enjoying being fed a proper rabbit diet, which is lots of fresh greens, a bit of rabbit pellet food, and lots of hay. She hangs out at her food bowl looking expectantly if the fresh food runs out!
Her foster people say that underneath the distrust is obviously a sweet-natured, kind and friendly rabbit. But moving forward, she will need a home with adults that have a solid routine and time to provide her with lots of affection and interaction.
She may also potentially be a good match to bond with someone that has a low-key and affectionate boy (neutered) rabbit looking for a friend.

Cookie

Cookie

Cookie

Cookie

Cookie

Cookie

Cookie is a smart-and-fun little bun. Up until recently she lived with her sister, Blondie, but (as can sometimes happen with sisters) they no longer get along and so Cookie is looking for a home of her own. She would also most likely be very happy to find a home with a neutered boy bun. She is friendly, clean and inquisitive and would like to be someone’s beloved House Rabbit.

Vixen

Vixen

Vixen

Meet Vixen, a beautiful harlequin-cross little girl who – like sooooo many rabbits – was abandoned in the city of Richmond. She would like another chance with committed people.

She has spent some time in a temporary home and would like to settle-in with being a good House Bunny for the long term.

Bluze

Bluze Jazz

Bluze Jazz

Bluze Jazz

Bluze Jazz

Sweet Bluze just recently lost her partner, Jazz. Bluze has head-tilt challenges that make her wobbly and so requires a rabbit-experienced home. This sad sweet bun deserves some extra love and attention and we would very much like to get her placed into a permanent foster situation.

 

Tannis

Tannis

Tannis

Tannis

Tannis is a young, friendly and curious little girl! She’s lucky to be getting a second chance at life, after being abandoned in a hotel room. She’s ready to start again with a committed home that’s prepared to love and care for her for the next 10+ years.

Tannis is pure black with one unique white front paw. She’s a personable, petite package of bunny awesomeness!

Tulsa

Tulsa

Tulsa

Tulsa

Tulsa is a beautiful, outgoing girl. Wonderful and friendly.  Her Mom was discovered in a bag inside a box that was in a DUMPSTER downtown. She had babies shortly after being rescued, of which Tulsa is one.

She is smart and active; a real bunny-lover’s rabbit. She spent her baby months receiving House Rabbit training in one of our fantastic foster homes, and so is anxious to get out of a shelter cage and back into a house routine with committed humans for the rest of her life (10+ years).

Born June 2019.

 

Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Blondie is a smart-and-fun little bun. Up until recently she lived with her sister, Cookie, but (as can sometimes happen with sisters) they no longer get along and so Blondie is looking for a home of her own. She would also most likely be very happy to find a home with a neutered boy bun. She is friendly, clean and inquisitive and would like to be someone’s beloved House Rabbit.