Eeyore

Eeyore

Eeyore

Eeyore

This excruciatingly cute Lop bunny is Eeyore. His previous humans broke his heart by deciding they didn’t care about him anymore and were planning to lock him in a cage in the basement for the rest of his life. Fortunately Eeyore was saved from this cruel fate. He was very attached to his previous owner and was sad and confused about losing his home.
Eeyore is only about 3 years old and so we know that once his heart mends, he’ll have many years of House Bunny Happiness still ahead of him (bunnies can live 10-12 years or more). His black-and-white outfit will fit in well, lounging about in any living room or kitchen decor. His foster human reports that he is very curious about everything and does the binky dance when he’s in a good mood.
For his next life chapter Mr. E. is looking for humans that will make a commitment to love and care for him for his whole lifetime. In return, he’ll provide binky entertainment and oodles of adorable Instagram moments.

Bunard

Sweet lil’ Bunard is a small dude with BIG ears! He’s a young boy, but probably won’t grow to be much bigger than he is.

We don’t know much about Mr Bunard because – as is the case with sooooo many rabbits – he was dumped out onto the street by his previous people. We do know that Bunard is a lucky rabbit to have survived (unlike many other abandoned bunnies). He has a lovely, friendly personality and is eager to have a chance to grow up into a good House Rabbit.

Bunard

 

Lewis

Lewis is ready to party! As you can see this little Netherland Dwarf Cross likes tossing things around and he’s awesome at the ‘find the hidden treats ‘ game (as well as ‘store your toys in the water dish’ game). Lewis is The Best. And cuter-than-cute. Also hilarious.

If you’re new to the world of House Rabbits check out our Rabbit 101 page for great info  and then once you’re in-the-know and ready to commit, come adopt yourself the perfect party animal – Lewis is ready for you!

Lewis

Lewis

Lewis

Alistair

Alistair

Alistair

Alistair

Alistair is a young, gentle boy.  He was surrendered to rescue because of severe allergies and a dog that was too interested.  But he was obviously very well loved, hence his lovely personality.

He laps up attention and is such a happy guy, especially when playing in his exercise pen.
If you are looking for a rabbit that would share your couch, maybe come and visit Alistair.

Callum

Meet Callum, a well-adjusted little boy. He has settled easily in one of our foster homes and is enjoying getting some much-needed attention, bowing his head down to demand forehead strokes.

Callum previously lived with cats and a dog, so has experience in a multi-species household. He was caged for long periods in his previous life and so is looking forward to being adopted into a family who will let him be a proper House Rabbit, with lots of time out of his pen to run and play.

Callum

Callum

Callum

Callum

Taco

Taco

Taco

Taco

Taco

Taco

This is little Taco, a Holland Lop who is cute as a button! He’s not happy after losing his home and having to be in a shelter cage; he’s very eager to bust out of the bars and hop  into a committed home, where he can be a proper House Rabbit. He’s a friendly, gregarious little guy. Taco really loves staying hydrated and doesn’t have great litter box skills, which means he’ll sometimes pee elsewhere. His new home will need to be prepared for that by having an easy-to-clean area for him to hang out in when unattended. He doesn’t have any known medical issues so this problem may clear up once he’s settled into his new home and feels safe with a reliable routine.

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.

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.

Pepe

Pepe

Pepe

Pepe

It was difficult to get photos of Pepe because he’s got things to do and places to go! He’s a fun-bun who doesn’t have time to sit still, there’s too many things to explore. He’s a young guy, probably not quite one year old. This handsome mini-lionhead and will make a fun and interesting companion.

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.