Cassie (South Surrey)

Meet Cassie!

Cassie was one of three rabbits found in Chilliwack near a river by a caring person that was there to fish. These rabbits were most likely dumped by an owner/breeder. Cassie is estimated 1.5-2 years old, spayed and vaccinated. With being a REW, we do believe she has some mild vision impairment, which doesn’t affect her daily life. 

Cassie is a happy bunny & now ready for adoption! She has great litter skills. She enjoys her cardboard box and tunnel to play and snooze in. She has a very sweet and shy personality. She loves her nightly fresh greens and enjoys head pets. Her favorite greens are green leaf, romaine, parsley and cilantro.

Cassie been great with other respectful pets in her current foster home (dog, cats and other rabbits if properly introduced). Apply today to meet Cassie! 

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.

Tiana (South Surrey)

Meet Tiana! She was stray we took in December 2022 with a 4-week-old kit we name Mr. Fluffington. She surprised us on January 1st with a litter of six more babies. This wonder girl is still a bit shy until she gets to know new people. She’s a smaller rabbit estimated to be around a 1-1.5 years old. She is a very clean rabbit with a sweet personality. She’s a great hay eater and her favorite greens are romaine lettuce cilantro and parsley. She gets along well with respectful animals, cats and rabbits. 

If you’re interested in meeting Tiana, please do your research and fill in an adoption application at vrra.org.

Smudgy (Vancouver)

Hi! My name is Smudgy and I have been in foster care my whole life (born July 2022). For some reason, black rabbits are overlooked and hard to get adopted. If you give me the chance, I will win your heart over by snuggling with you and doing many binkies to show you how much I love and appreciate you. 

I just want someone to love me for me! My foster moms say I am the sweetest little thing and I am a good girl because I am not destructive or chewy. After I get to know you, I like to climb up on your lap or even up on your back if you could be my best friend. I like to climb low cat towers and chairs to explore my surroundings. I am litter trained and I like to pick my own potty spot so please put my litter box where I like it! My favourite thing to do is explore and free roam. I promise to make my free roam space clean and only makes a few poop accidents near my litter box to mark my own territory. 

I am a good candidate for bonding because I am an easy going and submissive rabbit but I can also be happy as a single rabbit if you will spend time with me and love me! Please apply to be my mom or dad! 

Smudgy can go to a home with:
Rabbits: Well-matched 
Dogs: Well-matched Respectful
Cats: Yes 
Children: Unknown
Teen/Adult: Yes

Ali (South Surrey)

Ali can be a bit shy at first and she’s protective over her space (watch out broom, she’ll try to eat it!) but if you sit with her on her level and let her come to you, she really opens up and loves to be pet! That’s after she claims you by chinning you first!

The way to Ali’s heart is through treats. She knows the sound of a treat bag or a fruit peeling. She loves cilantro and mint. This beautiful black girl is full of personality. She came in as stray young baby on Aug 6, 2022, around 5 days old found in a baseball diamond covered in sand with her siblings, Ducky/Tippy & Little Foot and Petrie. This litter of babies was name after The Land Before Time Characters. If you’re interested in meeting Ali please apply today.

She can go to a home with:
Rabbits: Well-matched
Dogs: Well-matched/respectful
Cats: Yes
Young kids: No Thank you
Teens/Adults: Yes

Freya (Vancouver)

Freya came from Richmond during the very cold wet weather. She was reported to us as a friendly rabbit with two babies who were not doing well. The babies had been injured badly and one died right away. The other lived for a few days. This baby was taken away to be cared for but Freya had to stay behind as they had no room for her. The baby was taken back everyday and Freya was there waiting for the baby to nurse. Alas he could not be saved but little Freya was taken to a warm home and has thrived.

She is a bit shy but does like to be petted as long as one is quiet and calm with her. She did very well at Bunny Yoga, running around to visit people.

After a week with her foster mom, Freya was coming forward for treats and petting and gets more comfortable as time goes on. She’s living free range and now flops under her foster mom’s desk. 

She’s good with her litter habits and doesn’t chewing anything.

She is looking for a loving home, not too noisy, with patient people. If you can give her that home, please apply today.

Skye (South Surrey)

My name’s Skye! Check out my beautiful blue eyes. My sisters and I were found in a Dairy Queen parking lot in Richmond, we were only about 4 weeks old. We didn’t even get a banana split before being dumped, who does that?! My estimated DOB March 23, 2022. I have a clean bill of health, spayed and vaccinated. I’m great with my litter box. I was raised in a foster home with kids so I’m open to meeting respectful children. I enjoy playing with toys & doing binkies and zoomies. I’ll need space for that. I can be a bit shy at first but I’m very sweet and enjoy attention. I love banana & apple oxbow treats, yummy. I’m looking for a forever home to call my own. I might be open to meeting a male bunny but I’m happy to be your only and #1 fur baby. Can’t wait to meet you, please apply to meet me today! 

If you are interested in adopting Skye, please fill in our adoption application form here.

Scarlett (South Surrey)

Beautiful Scarlett came to the shelter with three babies after being rescued off the streets.  She was very scared upon arrival. But, slowly, she is starting to trust again – especially if you have a treat in your hand!

She is looking for a quiet home; a home with experienced rabbit owners where she can feel safe and loved. 

Scarlett has so much potential to blossom, won’t you give her a chance? And just look at those magnificent blue eyes.

Miss Muppet (South Surrey)

Meet Miss Muppet..

This beautiful black bunny with helicopter ears will keep you on your toes while also stealing your heart. She’s quite the character rabbit – sweet as pie and as spicy as can be.

Muppet will need a bunny-experienced home; teenager to adult would be best. Muppet is possessive of her space and has been known to bite. She’s normally great when free-roaming the house – her attitude seems to only be with sharing her stuff or having her area cleaned.

She’s great with respectful cats and dogs. She loves to cuddle and be pet on her terms. This spunky girl is in search of her perfect home.