Alan

Alan

Alan

Meet Alan, a sweet, friendly boy! His half-lop ears and wide, pudgy face give him a particularly endearing look. He will make an excellent companion.

Petronius

Petronius

Petronius has got to be one of the most affectionate bunnies ever. We literally have to gently push his head back into the cage to close the door, because he is sooooo eager to be pet. When you stand close to the open door, he leans into your chest for a hug – he is excruciatingly adorable.

Mr. P. is about 7 years old, which is upper-middle age for a rabbit. He has lots of years yet to live and is overflowing with love and affection. Plus he is a clean-and-tidy dude. This guy is a keeper.

Barbie and Tiger

Tiger Barbie

Tiger Barbie

Tiger Barbie

Tiger Barbie

If you are looking for fuzzy-wuzzies, then look no further than this brother-sister duo!

Barbie & Tiger are Californian-Lionhead crosses, the perfect match of outgoing friendliness packaged in fuzzy bodies 🙂

Esser

Esser

Esser

Esser is an outgoing young bunny. His Mom was discovered in a bag inside a box that was in a DUMPSTER downtown. She had babies shortly after being rescued; Esser and his siblings were lucky to be reared in one of our loving foster homes. He is now a neutered and ready for adoption – he’s anxious to get out of his shelter cage and back into a house routine with committed humans for the rest of his life (10+ years).

Esser will do best in a rabbit-experienced home as he is opinionated and can sometimes nip. We expect this may come from frustration of being cooped up in a shelter cage. As he matures and has better opportunity to run around and exercise – as well as live with humans who know and understand him – we expect he’ll flower into a lovely young man.

The video shows Esser hanging with his siblings.

Taylor

We call this little Rex youngster King Taylor because he is so adorably regal! He is currently learning the ways of being a good House Rabbit with one of our fabulous foster families, who report: “He is such a sweet and active bunny who likes to jump over and on top of stuff! He also loves to binky (a rabbit dance) and eat his fresh veggies. He is very good at using his litterbox and is not a big chewer, which makes it easy to relax when he is roaming freely in the living room.

What more can you possibly ask for?! Taylor is a keeper for a lucky family that is ready to commit to loving and caring for him for the next 10+ years.

Taylor

Taylor

Taylor

Virgil

Virgil

Virgil

Virgil

Virgil is the most sweet, calm and smiley rabbit that we’ve met in a long time! He’s so photogenic that it was difficult to narrow down the selection of photos to post.

Mr. V. is middle-aged, which many people think of as BAD 🙁 This is unfortunate, because people don’t realize that baby bunnies can often be messy and require a lot of patience as they learn litter training and all the other proper manners required to be a good House Rabbit.

Virgil, on the other hand, has figured all of these things out already. And, practically speaking, if you aren’t certain whether you’re ready to make the 10-15 year commitment required to adopt a baby bunny, the fact is that Virgil is about halfway through his lifespan: you’ve got lots of fun-filled years with him ahead, without worrying about whether you can commit for the time required of a youngster just starting life.

Virgil was owned by people who provided him basic care but never made him part of their family – his life consisted of a backyard hutch, along with a bunny partner. When his rabbit friend died the people suddenly developed allergies to Virgil and got rid of him.

V-man is smiling and ready to begin the next chapter of his life with people that want to embrace all of the love, affection and fun that he’s eager to give as a true House Rabbit member of the family.

Jacob

Jacob

Jacob

Jacob

Jacob is a lucky boy. He was rescued from an area in Richmond where an owl was taking his friends and relatives. Despite that harsh beginning he has a calm and friendly personality.

Jacob enjoys people coming down to his level for a nice chat and pet. But despite his many fantastic attributes, he’s been at the shelter almost 2 years (which is 3/4 of his whole life)! Little grey buns are often overlooked, although that mystifies us – he’s a styl’n’ silver bullet of a bun!

Jacob is affectionate will be a lovely house bunny, if someone will give him a chance. If you are interested in an intelligent, social, handsome young bun, then Jacob checks all the boxes.

 

Max

Max

Max is a sweet interactive bunny of the Himalayan variety. His foster family reports that he’s always happy to greet them. He has lots of energy and loves to roam. He has good litter box habits. He is a cuddly bunny once he knows you and you’ve gained his trust. He has a lovely personality and likes both the dog and cat in his foster home (who are rabbit-savvy). He also gets along with children that have been taught that rabbits enjoy sitting quietly for a pet as opposed to being picked up.

Similar to how some cats love to scratch furniture, Max does like to chew baseboards. This behaviour can be redirected to a certain extent, by providing lots of chew toys and fresh branches from safe-to-eat trees (check our Rabbits 101 -> Rabbit Care & Food page for details).  However Max’s future Forever Family will need to be OK with some baseboard nibbles.

Max

Max

Max

 

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.