Casper

Casper

Casper is such a cute little guy! His foster home reports that he loves his free roam time and binkies (rabbit dance) like crazy. He is a super active bunny and has a special talent of being able to climb up and over a pen or gate, so will require a crate or enclosed area for times when you need to keep him secured.  Casper loves chewing his rabbit toys and his hay, and loves being petted.  However, he’s probably not the best companion for a child as he is a little food possessive and may bite in his haste to reach the bowl.  This may fade with time, once he’s established in a loving home.  Casper will make a great friend for an understanding someone, or an experienced rabbit owner.

James

James

Meet James. James from Bond Street 😎. This handsome Rex Rabbit just received a long overdue manicure (check out the video). He was found languishing in an empty apartment when the tenants moved out. Judging by his extra pounds and horridly long nails, James hasn’t seen much action in his life. He’s a suave, confident-yet-mysterious dude just like his namesake, so if you’re looking to have a secret service bunny patrolling your home, hop over to our adoption page to submit an inquiry before someone else swoops in to get him. (Unlike the real 007, this one will be neutered very soon!)

Simon

Simon

Simon: Ever wanted a dog but don’t want the walks? Then Simon is the bunny for you! Found on the SFU campus, this friendly bun is always ready for playtime and will hop around your feet in excitement. Give him free-roam and he’ll greet you at the door. Simon is well-adjusted with people and just wants to be part of the family. A real treasure.

Jason

Jason is a young adult rabbit found on a busy street in Vancouver and is very relieved to be out of the traffic and safe at VRRA. He’s a large bunny and is looking forward to being adopted so he can hop around and explore on those lovely big feet and have a devoted human stroke his beautiful big ears.  Check out this video of Jason, showing how social and friendly he is.

Spartan

Photo of Spartan, white lionhead with dark eyes

Spartan

This handsome lionhead is a cheeky, social bunny who seeks a quiet, calm home (adult human companions only, please – not children). Rabbit-friendly cats and dogs could be fine, and he might even enjoy a rabbit companion or two, given proper introductions. Spartan seemed “aggressive” in his first adoptive family but he was reacting out of fear. Since then he has been in a foster home, where he has been socialized and exposed to lots of new things; he is much more confident now.

Spartan enjoys living free-range and receiving leisurely head pats (he purrs). He might be a good agility candidate, as he vaults 3 feet into the garden when he gets to play there (with his human supervising to make sure he is safe, of course). Spartan needs a home where someone with patience will help him continue to build confidence.

Mighty Mouse

Mighty Mouse got his name because he was the smallest of nine baby rabbits but the most feisty. He was beating up his siblings so was separated and raised by a foster family with two children. He is an active and amusing bunny, friendly and naughty. He uses his litter box and enjoys attention but he loves to chew. Mighty Mouse will be an amazing character bunny to have and will enjoy lots of fun chew toys. He was born Oct 27, 2017 so is only 7 months old. Usually chewing behaviour settles down as rabbits age – and Mighty Mouse is worth it.

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 as you can see in the video he loves to be pet. Jacob has a nice personality and will be a lovely house bunny.

Ferris

Ferris

Ferris

Ferris was saved from Jericho Park by some kind parks workers. He had an injured eye and an assortment of wounds. 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, and his coat has changed from rough to soft. Ferris is a sweet rabbit and has always been very neat even straight from the park. 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.

Gordon

Gordon

Gordon

Gordon is an elegant 2 yr old Lionhead/Lop cross with a beautiful mane. He is a sweet boy who has lots to offer his future human(s). Although he may seem reserved at first, he soon comes out of his shell and gets very curious. He loves exploring and can be quite a cuddly rabbit when he’s in the mood. He had some negative experiences in his past with being handled but he has made leaps and bounds (literally!) in his foster home and is learning that hands are not something to be afraid of, but rather to enjoy. Gordon will make an exciting and rewarding house rabbit for that special someone.

 

 

Perry

Perry

Perry

This adorable Harlequin/Rex-cross was picked up in a Richmond park. He came right up to his rescuers. His brothers and sisters ran away so Perry is the smart one. Perry is now about 2 years old and is friendly, smart and active. Some lucky person will get a super house bunny. Check out this recent video of Perry enjoying a visit with one of our volunteers.