Check out Peter and his lovely large ears. He’s a friendly and social bun-bun who is smart and loves exploring. Peter is a bit shy when he meets new people, but he’ll warm up to you quickly. He loves strawberry bits, twigs to chew on and fresh greens. Peter likes to sleep on the bed of the person he knows well and trusts. He’ll do best in a quiet home as he gets spooked by loud noises (those giant ears pick up large amounts of sound!)


Jojo is a sweet guy with blue eyes, about one year old. He was found in front of an apartment complex. He is extremely friendly and loves head pets. Jojo is curious and playful, he likes to run around and sniff his humans, and will even lick you if he likes you! Jojo would do well in a home where he will be allowed to free roam and explore, and get as many head pets as he wants.


Hoppity is a little Netherland Dwarf about 3 yrs old. He came to us because he was aggressive. Hoppity is settling down and starting to enjoy his foster home. We think he may have been always confined and perhaps handled and grabbed too much. We believe he will be a marvellous little pet with the right bunny person who will enjoy his personality.

His foster person says that he’s a funny little guy. He will box at you when he’s startled or afraid, and is telling you that he needs his boundaries respected. He is very small, in a big world and has probably put up with a lot of grabbing, so it’s no surprise that he instinctively defends himself.  He’s getting more comfortable and now asks for attention, and he loves getting patted on his terms. He’ll stick his face out at you and then settles in with rabbit purrs when his ears are softly stroked.

Hoppity will do well as an only pet in a quiet home. He jumps at the slightest noise, even when he’s blissed out in the middle of sleeping or being pet. But he’s totally great, curious and interactive and adorable. He’ll be wonderful with the right person who will let him be.


Oswald is a 5 year old boy that came in as a stray to a municipal shelter. He wasn’t doing well and so we agreed to take him into our care.

Obviously an abandoned pet, Oswald is easy to handle and pet.  He had been defensive in the shelter but he’s coming around; he will benefit from a quiet home environment with a reliable routine. He’s a tidy bun.


Dear Tom’s story is a common tale: found abandoned and alone in a local park. Understandably, Tom is a little leery of the world right now, but he’s warming up and we look forward to seeing his personality come out, now that he’s in a foster home. He has super handsome black and white markings.


Having three legs certainly hasn’t slowed Skipper down! He came to VRRA with an injured leg which unfortunately needed to be amputated. Since his surgery, this special little man has adjusted well to life on three legs.  

Skipper is mellow, friendly, laid-back and litter trained. His fluffy white paws are delightful, his fur is soft and silky, and his soulful brown eyes will melt your heart. He enjoys being hand-fed greens and will gently eat pellets from your hand. 

He happily roams free during the day and spends the night in his pen. Skipper can jump up on the couch but he does need carpet to get around so he doesn’t slip. He’s also unable to scratch one of his ears without his back leg and he greatly appreciates it when a kind human scratches it for him. Is that kind human you? 


Whiskey, what adorably big ears you have! This friendly big lug of a bunny was found as a stray. Agouti coloured bunnies can sometimes be mistaken for their wild Cottontail cousins, but Whiskey is definitely a domestic rabbit. He’s very grateful to be rescued and cared for. He’s a nice calm bun and will make a fun House Rabbit for a lucky person.