River

River

River

River

River

River is a wonderfully friendly bunny who was abandoned at a golf course. We don’t know anything about his previous life, but based on his confident personality, he would probably do well in a home with a well-trained cat or dog, or respectful children.

River has the softest fur ever! His lovely pale tortoiseshell coat is a magnet for spending time petting and chatting with him. He will be a wonderful House Rabbit for a lucky person.

Blue

Blue

Blue

Blue is a handsome little grey-blue coloured Lop. He is friendly, enjoys being petted, likes the company of humans and apparently also has prior experience living with a respectful cat and dog. He may also do well with a properly introduced bunny friend.

Tucker

Tucker

Tucker

Tucker

Tucker

Tucker

Tucker is a friendly little Netherland Dwarf, although he does have a bit of attitude and can be shy until he trusts you. He’s an active boy as you can see in the photos.

Babies

Babies

Derry and babies

Derry and babies

Derry and babies

Derry and babies

Derry and babies

Yes folks, we have yet another litter of baby bunnies born to a recently rescued rabbit.  Their poor Mom, Derry, was thrown out in a dumpster in downtown Vancouver. They were born May 30 and will be ready for adoption in a few months, along with Miss Derry. She has Harlequin colouring and her kits look similar.

Parsley, Sage and Thyme

Parsley Sage Thyme

Parsley Sage Thyme

Parsley Sage Thyme

Parsley Sage Thyme

Parsley Sage Thyme

Here’s little sisters Parsley and Sage, along with their brother, Thyme, almost all grown up! We’ve included a photo of when they were babies (born Feb 2019) as it’s difficult to get them to stay still for a group photo now.  These adorable little urchins will soon be spay/neutered and ready for their Forever Homes. Available for adoption as a trio, or a pair (boy/girl) and single girl – we would prefer the single to go to a home with someone looking for a bonded friend for their neutered boy bunny.

Larch

Larch

Larch

Larch

This is Larch. He was found wandering in Kits near Larch Street. He’s a young boy, probably only a few months old and already missing the tip of his right ear. But despite his harsh beginning he is a sweet boy, very friendly and already sitting on his foster mom’s lap.

Here’s what his foster family has to say about him: “Larch was scared as heck, shaking in his boots, when he was first rescued. But he warmed up fast, and became the family ham! He is a social butterfly. He will happily hop from one lap to the next, begs to be picked up, and will lick you like crazy if you give him some pats. He has quite the personality packed into a pocket-sized body. First thing in the morning he will practice zooms with the dog. He and his foster dog were best pals. He is a great house bunny and will follow his people around. I predict he would do well in a home with kids, a friendly dog, or another social bun. He is litter box trained, but he does chew- so he’s best in a pen when not directly supervised.”

Davis

Davis

Davis

Davis

Davis is a wonderfully sleek, nut-brown young rabbit. He enjoys it when someone sits down quietly and introduces themselves, instead of immediately grabbing out to pet him. Once he’s sized you up and decided that you are rabbit-worthy, he is happy to accept nice forehead strokes, and continue an enjoyable conversation.

We don’t blame Davis for being a bit distrusting as his previous home discarded him once they decided to have a baby. Davis is looking for a new family that will value him as a unique soul that deserves care and love for his lifetime. In return he will be a committed companion.

Bing

Bing

Bing

Bing

Bing

Introducing Bing! Bing the bunny is a dwarf-cross so is on the small side of medium size. He a friendly, curious boy and is feeling lucky to be safe after being found abandoned in an ICBC parking lot. Despite that precarious experience, Bing still has a happy disposition and is eager for affection.

He has an unique coloured coat and really stands out visually. Check out his video!

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. Like most rabbits Jacob prefers to not be picked up, but enjoys people coming down to his level for a nice chat and pet. Jacob has a great personality and will be a lovely house bunny.

Chance

Chance

Chance

Chance

Chance is getting a second-chance at life at VRRA, after being saved from a backyard breeder (puleeze adopt-don’t-shop, buying pets from places like Craigslist not only poses a high risk of a bad experience, but also feeds an appalling side of the pet industry and encourages backyard breeders to stay in business).

Chance is part Californian Rabbit which is a breed known for their beautiful coat, distinctive markings and nice personality.  Chance has all of these in spades!  He is sweet and friendly, and hopeful to find a Forever Home where he can live the House Rabbit lifestyle that he’s never yet experienced. We’re so happy to give him that opportunity.