Suzie

Suzie

Suzie was picked up on a Vancouver Street when she was only about 3-4 weeks old. She has been raised in a foster home and is now about 3 months old. Suzie is a bunny with a friendly nature who is enjoying running about the house. She uses her litter box well. Seems one of her parents was a lop eared rabbit as she has one ear up and one down. Suzie will be ready for adoption when she is spayed. She could go into a rabbit savvy home earlier if the right one came along.

Amy

Amy

Amy is an out-going, friendly, little bunny who was saved from a hunting owl in Richmond. A couple of weeks later she had a litter of 5 babies. Then we were presented with 6 orphans from Jericho Park. Amy raised 4 of those along with her own. Now she is spayed and ready for her new home. She will be a rewarding pet with her friendly, curious nature.

Sherry

Sherry

Sherry is a dear little rabbit. She is perfectly happy to sit in your lap and be petted. She was supposed to be 5 years old when surrendered but we think she is older. Sherry is not good with her litter box and needs to be kept on bedding that absorbs. But she is rewarding to keep with her sweet ways and in good health. She really loves her hay. Sherry is an easy special needs bunny.

Kimmy

Kimmy

Kimmy is a beautiful, black bunny with a shiny coat. She is a lively and interesting little rabbit with lots of personality. She will appreciate a home with people who understand that rabbits can be scared sometimes. Kimmy came from Jericho Park with all the toes on her left front foot missing. The injury was fresh but we have no idea how this happened. Her foot has healed well and she uses it but often holds it up. In the photo you can see the little white spots that may be because she had white toes or from scar tissue. Kimmy will be a very interesting little rabbit to get to know but she needs a patient and rabbit savvy home. She is very clean and is about 5-6 months old.

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.

Jumper

Jumper

Jumper is a medium-large, black rabbit with a nice personality. She is 2-3 years old and would quite likely enjoy having a rabbit friend. For years she lived free in a park with her sister. When her sister was killed she was brought to us to keep her safe. Jumper is a little shy but would blossom in a loving home with people who will give her a chance. She is kind natured and very clean.

Kiki

Kiki

This friendly, Holland Lop girl was surrendered to us because her people got a puppy. Why are dogs more important than rabbits? The answer is – they aren’t. Kiki is an outgoing, friendly bunny, who uses her litter box and loves to be petted. She is easy to handle and will really enjoy a home she can explore with people to love her.

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.

Talia

Talia

Talia is a beautiful rabbit with an out-going personality. She is only about a year old (we think). She was abandoned at UBC and saved by kind people. Talia will readily come up to meet you and loves attention. At the same time she makes it clear if she doesn’t like something. Talia is very neat and tidy. She likes to chew but sticks to her own toys. Talia will be a good companion and house bunny.

Lily

Lily

Lily is a pretty, tan and white, dwarf Dutch bunny. She is three years old, out-going, friendly and active. Lily will enjoy a home with room to roam and people to pet her.