Leo

Leo

Here’s an adorable little Lionhead in a soft grey coat without a mane. Leo is a shy boy who will appreciate people who will let him develop and grow without being demanding. He’s sweet and calm, good with his litter box and wanting a loving home. He’s super cute and waiting for that loving person to appreciate him. Leo is one and a half years old.

Clifford

Clifford

Clifford is a big, red rabbit – a really handsome boy. He is probably a Flemish cross and weighs about 10 pounds. Cliff has a super personality, calm, sweet, friendly boy – just a bit shy when he first changes homes. Poor Cliff has been pushed from pillar to post several times with people not caring enough about him. He is only about 1 year old and ready for his forever, loving home.

Crispin

Crispin

Crispin is one of 7 babies saved from a sad situation. In December his mom and dad were given away before their people even knew they had babies in a nest. VRRA received them when they were about 3 weeks old. They still needed their mother. So they were given formula as well as regular rabbit food. Crispin inherited a long, fuzzy coat from his mom so will need some grooming but he is a good little rabbit and tolerates that well. His coat is fine but not prone to matting. Crispin is a little shy at first but comes around quickly when he knows you. He uses his litter box and can’t wait to explore your home.

Ozzy

Ozzy

Ozzy is a very cute little Lionhead boy. He is a little shy at first and he has dental problems with his front teeth. However, that will soon be fixed. When he came he had a “tusk” about an inch long coming out of his mouth. He managed to eat but he is much happier now that it is trimmed. The other front teeth are also not good so we are going to have them removed. Rabbits do very well without their front teeth. They only use them to bite pieces off so they eat pellets, hay and stalky veggies just the same. Large leaves and chunks of things need to be cut up. The big plus is that the rabbit cannot chew anything around the house so rabbit proofing is minimal. Ozzy will be ready for adoption in April.

Dandelion

Dandelion

Dandy is just that – a dandy rabbit. He was found in Richmond hiding under a dumpster where some ignorant person had turned him loose. He is so handsome and very friendly we are super glad that a kind person saved him. Dandelion is neutered and ready for his loving home. He comes right over for petting. He is a young rabbit and doing well with his litter box. Dandelion will be a good companion rabbit and house bunny.

Seymour

Seymour

This bunny came from a local shelter with 2 brothers. Seymour is a handsome boy with a good personality and is about 6 months old. He is good with his litter box, healthy and active. Seymour looks for his forever home and would probably like a spayed girl bunny for a friend.

 

Jacob

Jacob is a lucky boy. He was rescued from an area in Richmond where an owl was taking his friends and relatives. He is definitely not a feral rabbit as he is calm and friendly. He does not like to be handled but puts up with it. Jacob has a nice personality and will be a lovely house bunny. We believe him to be under a year old.

Jack

Jack

Jack was a stray bunny in Surrey. He is a real sweetheart and why someone would put him out to fend for himself is hard to understand. He is probably about 1-2 years old and has a friendly, outgoing personality. He loves to explore, uses his litter box and gets bored stuck in a cage. He will be a good companion bunny and hopefully better appreciated by his new people.

Rupert

Rupert

Rupert is a bit shy at first but a calm, kind bunny with a nice attitude. He was picked up in Jericho Park where he would have been coyote food. Rupert is litter trained and not a chewy rabbit. He would probably enjoy the company of other rabbits. He is a young adult and will be happy in a home with some exploring room.

Ferris

Ferris

 

Ferris was saved from Jericho Park by some kind parks workers. He had an injured eye and an assortment of wounds. Ferris is a male, ┬ánow neutered, and had been fighting with other rabbits in the park. He had been living “rough” for some time though he was certainly a pet at one time. Right away he was ok with being petted and he was very excited to have rabbit pellets. His eye is now better and his wounds have healed. His coat is still changing from rough to soft. Ferris is a sweet rabbit and has always been very neat even straight from the park and before being neutered. He is an adult rabbit and would probably like to have a girl bunny to live with in a comfy, safe home for his elder years.