Gladys

Gladys

Gladys

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. She is looking for a quiet home where people will spend time with her.

sammie

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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. Sammie will be available for adoption once she is spayed this Fall.

Mary

Mary

Mary is a bunny who has had it rough. She was living with a mentally challenged person who could not care for her properly. She became pregnant, probably a few times and was finally apprehended and is now spayed and living on a better diet. Her coat is getting softer. She is a mix of brown and black but she could become shiny black with better food. Mary is a kind bunny who likes to be petted – a bit shy at first. And she uses her litter box well.

Pinky and Tilly

Pinky and Tilly

This mom and daughter will stay together. Tilly is a dark brown/black rabbit and she is a bit shy. Not much wonder as she was thrown out to fend for herself and have a couple of litters of babies. She was caught and then two days later ( May 11th) gave birth to 10 kits. Only 6 survived and Pinky is one of them. Pinky is used to people and more confident than her mom. They will be up for adoption when Pinky is spayed.

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.