Vincent

This uniquely handsome fellow keeps a clean household and eats all his veggies.  He likes to wander and explore and flop down for a rest in between.  He likes a nice pat and will give you face touches when snuggling.  He has a watery eye which is being treated and he takes his drops patiently.  The loss of part of his ear just adds to his charm.

Vincent

Scooter

Scooter came into rescue as a stray, we believe he was just recently abandoned because he’s so friendly. As you can see in the video, he’s a fun-loving bunny that gets along with respectful cats. (Don’t worry, he’s not allowed to eat Doritos.) He’s litter trained and definitely needs a home where he can continue to be a free-roaming House Bun. What a great companion.

Scooter and his cat pals.

Jeronimo

Small in stature but mighty in name, Jeronimo is a calm, friendly and easy-going rabbit. His ears are very expressive, never pointing in the same direction at the same time. He loves attention and so his people will need to watch where they step – he keeps close and underfoot! 

Jeronimo is a young, bouncy boy who is learning the ropes of being a good House Rabbit in one of our wonderful foster homes. They report that he has very good litter box skills and is cautiously getting to know their polite cat. He may also be a good fit for someone looking for a BFF for their girl bun.

He is a good traveller and will jump into his carrier when needed. He looks forward to being adopted by a loving person who will commit to him for a lifetime; remember that bunnies live 10-12 years.  

Jeronimo
Jeronimo

Dorien

Check out this big boy! Dorien is a just a young bun but already large – we’re guessing he’s probably a Flemish Giant / Chinchilla mix. Somebody dumped him on a road in Richmond but luckily he was rescued before coming to any harm. He’s got a lovely personality and is looking forward to becoming someone’s beloved House Rabbit.

Dorien

Floyd

Floyd is a real easygoing fella. He will make a great family rabbit; it doesn’t take much activity to have him “bunny flop” with happiness. Give him some cardboard or a chew toy, and he will be entertained for hours. He keeps his bunny “home base” area clean so you have more time to give him attention. A good choice. 

Floyd
Floyd

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.