Phoenix (Vancouver)

Name: Phoenix (Phi Phi)
Colour: Brown Agouti
Sex: Female
Birthday: Aug 8 2022
Age: 1 year
Spayed and vaccinated.

This brown beauty Phoenix (Phi Phi) has her lineage from the famous Jericho Beach bunnies.

She is quite the independent bunny. Shy and doesn’t enjoy being picked up or touched all that much, Phoenix will allow you to hold and cuddle her for a short amount of time but will communicate that its time to put her down by giving little pinching nips.

She will need a kind and patient home that will give her the time she needs to warm up to people or allow her to be the aloof bunny she wants to be. She doesn’t really care for the company of other rabbits either. She had enough of her sister one day and decided to tell her she didn’t want to share a house with her anymore that led to a scuffle which split her ear (stitches didn’t help unfortunately). She once tolerated a manbun in her home so there’s hope she can one day partner with another.

She is a big, sweet, food loving girl, though, that just needs to learn that people are here to be her servants. So if you miss having teenagers around the house, Phoenix is the bunny for you! If you want to adopt Phoenix, please do your research and apply today.

Kendra (Vancouver)

Name: Kendra
Colour: Black
Sex: Female
Birthday: Aug 8 2022
Age: 1 year
Spayed and vaccinated.

Kendra was born just days after her feral mother was rescued from Jericho beach. Black bunnies have a hard time finding forever homes but Kendra is a cuddler which is not common for many rabbits. She does well being picked up and loves being petted so she will even nose boop you whenever you are nearby to ask for affection.

Kendra is a bit mischievous and has often escaped her room to explore the rest of the house. She prefers to be indoors and would even suit living in an apartment as long as she has room to run around and fulfill her curiosity.

If you adopt Kendra, you will learn why so many people fall in love with the friendly little bunnies of Jericho beach. If you want to adopt her, please do your research and apply today.

Opal (South Surrey)

This gorgeous, friendly little mini Rex, Opal, came into the VRRA fold when her owner had to leave the country.  She’s been used to lots of attention in her former home and would love to be adored in her next.  She is velvety soft and tiny.

She loves her hay, lettuce, Italian parsley, carrot tops but not a lover of pellets.  If you want a bunny that just wants to be loved Opal is the one.  She’s also very clean.

She’s definitely a favourite of all she meets! If you would like to meet Opal, please apply today.

Bonsai (South Surrey)

Bonsai came to us as a baby with a broken hind leg which has healed beautifully.  She was found as a stray on the side of the road.

She has just been spayed and is looking for a loving home to show off her gentleness and curious nature.  Bonsai is calm around respectful dogs and has lived around other rabbits but not in direct contact.  She is a sweet bun and received a glowing report for good behaviour whilst at the vet for surgery.  Bonsai will be a great addition to a bunny loving family.

If you would like to meet Bonsai, please apply today.

Annie & Fiona (South Surrey)

Fiona and Annie’s foster parents say: they’re an absolute delight to have! They have become so much more comfortable with us and they make us laugh so much. They love to explore our little balcony. They do zoomies and binkies in the morning when they know they’re getting their morning pellets. Not picky when it comes to food. 

Annie might need some time to examine new foods, but she likes most of the things she’s tried. Fiona loves everything! Fiona is more outgoing and braver than Annie. Annie is more cautious and reserved but she is coming out of her shell for sure. I think they need someone who has lots of patience to respect their space and build trust slowly.

If you would like to meet Annie & Fiona, please apply today.

Auzie (Vancouver)

Auzie is a beautiful, mini Rex in a black otter velvet coat. She is timid at first and needs a home with a patient person who will spend time with her. She uses her litter box and is not a chewy rabbit. Auzie will blossom in the right home and be an awesome pet bunny. If you would like to adopt Auzie, please apply today!

Rowan (South Surrey)

Rowan was born June 5, 2022. He is a dwarf cross/lop. His nickname is Rowan the Naughty. Once hormones kicked in Rowan started to box/nip if he didn’t want to be touch or you moved stuff in his pen. However, over time his behavior has gotten way better as his built trust with his foster. He can be very sweet, but does still act shy/moody at times. So, he is looking for a rabbit-experienced home without young kids. 

Hey people!

I’m looking for my furever home. In all fairness, I don’t like my stuff touched or moved around in my pen; the people call it cleaning. I’m trying really hard to be a good bunny. I really would like a home to call my own and with the right people I can trust I would cuddle on my terms. I’m very playful with toys, love my greens and treats. If you think you could give me an amazing home, we should meet, apply today. 


Rowan the Naughty 🐰

Jorunna (South Surrey)

Meet Jorunna! She was named during our “name a bunny” auction.. Jorunna aka Bunny Slug Of The Sea!

Since birth she was affectionately nicknamed “Odd Ball” by her foster. She is called Odd Ball because she is… well… odd. This baby girl has ruby eyes and very different markings from her litter mates. She has a refined way about her, and the cutest little dark ears that don’t quite make it down to her head! It’s like they got dunked in cocoa powder!

Cute, curious and playful as many baby rabbits are, this one is also a discriminating foodie. Odd Ball takes her napping very seriously; after a long day of exploring, you’ll find her flopped under her log hidey house. Jorunna is a dwarf cross so will stay a smaller rabbit. She was born Jan 1, 2023.  She has been good in her foster home with other respectful pets. If you interested in meeting her, please apply to adopt today. 

River (South Surrey)

Meet, the big beautiful River.  This lovely rabbit with the big dark eyes came in as a stray.

She’s incredibly playful, and definitely curious.  She’s adapting well to her foster family’s respectful dogs and parrot. This girl can binky and does the best flops ever.  She’s a great house rabbit.

If you are interested in adopting River, please apply today!


Ever wanted a mink coat because they are so soft? You may never own one, but Maddie’s soft fur is just as luxurious to touch. This friendly girl just wants and loves to be part of the family so she must have been a house bunny in another life. Found as a stray, we estimate her age to be around 2 years. Good with her litter habits, and has no fear of cats. She will even come on your bed to snuggle. 

If you are interested in adopting Maddie, please apply today!