Dingo and Roger

Dingo Roger

Dingo Roger

These two were so busy running around that we didn’t capture very good photos! Dingo is the grey lionhead and Roger is the handsome white Californian. This lovely boy pair are friendly young dudes looking to begin a life together in a Forever Home.

Ethel and Jackson

Ethel Jackson

Ethel Jackson

Ethel Jackson

Ethel & Jackson are an adorable odd couple. Ethel is the outgoing one that takes the lead and Jackson is happy to follow along. Look at those gorgeous blue eyes! These two have excellent litterbox habits and will make wonderful permanent additions to some lucky person’s forever family.

Gem and Tia

Tia Gem

Tia Gem

Tia Gem

Tia Gem

Tia (grey) and Gem (White) are two delightful bonded sisters.  They are small to medium sized but very dainty.  They are in a loving foster home while waiting for their forever home.

Both have learned good litter box skills
Gem is the more outgoing confident one, while her sister is quieter.  Having said that, they are curious and fun loving.
It would be lovely for them to have some secure outdoor playtime too.
Looking for a charming pair, look no further than these delightful sisters.

Tiger-Lily and Hazel

Tiger Lily and Hazel

Tiger Lily and Hazel

Tiger Lily and Hazel

Lovely Tiger-Lily & Hazel are a mother-daughter pair (TG is the Mom, and Hazel the brown bunny is the daughter). They are seniors (10 and 9.5 yrs) adopted from VRRA and sadly  surrendered back to us through no fault of their own.

It’s very tough for bunnies to lose their homes in their older years, as people are ageist and usually only want to adopt young rabbits. For those of you willing to broaden your perspective, you’ll find that having mature bunnies in your life is a joy! Their personalities are reliable and they are past the rambunctious “get into trouble” stage of life. On a practical level, having rabbits that no longer have 13+ years ahead of them is also sometimes a factor that can make committing to pet guardianship easier.

Tiger-Lily and Hazel are both sweet, amiable, curious, healthy and full of life. They absolutely love each other and it’s so sweet to watch their BFF affection. They look forward to settling in with new humans that will provide them with committed love, care and companionship that they so deserve.

Peanut and Butter

Peanut and Butter

Peanut and Butter

Introducing Peanut and Butter, a young brother-sister pair training to be good House Rabbits in one of our lovely foster homes.

These two are close to identical twins but Peanut (the boy) has a browner tone and a white dot on his forehead while his sister, Butter, is more of a taupe colour.

Anna and Olaf

Anna Olaf

Anna Olaf

Anna Olaf

Anna Olaf

Introducing Anna and Olaf! They’ve been living in a foster home and are very used to children and an active household. They are fun little buns who will enjoy space to roam and play.

You can tell them apart easily once you get to know their personalities: Anna, smaller than her brother, is not scared of any situation. She also has a smaller face so her ears look larger! You will often find her up on something looking around; she loves to see what is going on around her. Olaf, a little more shy than his sister, still loves to hang out with the family on the couch and get lots of head rubs. He’s a bit of a goofball and will jump and chase his sister around. They are total BFF’s!

They love toys, vegetables, hay and are VERY good with their litter box for such young buns. These two will make wonderful lifetime additions to a lucky family.

Norman and Nathan

Norman Nathan

Norman Nathan

Norman Nathan

“Before” Norman Nathan

Norman and Nathan are lucky dudes! They were found abandoned, only about 6 weeks old and in VERY poor shape, as you can see from the “before” photo.

Norm & Nate are growing into lovely youngsters who, despite their sad beginning, are now embracing life. Their foster family has this to say about them:

These two boys are probably the cutest fluffballs in the world! Norm and Nate are a dream team – sweet and adorable! Norman is a spunky guy with a big personality. He loves to eat, play, and binky around his X pen. Nathan is a calm, easy going rabbit who would love to sit on your lap all day and cuddle. They are very affectionate toward their humans and each other.
Norm and Nate love to spend the day outside in a safe and secure X pen, but have to be put inside for the night. We hope that they find a lucky home!

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 🙂

Pita and Pan

Pita and Pan

Pita and Pan

Pita and Pan

Pita and Pan are a nifty little pair of middle-aged rab-rabs, about 5 years old. Buns in midlife are a wonderful choice for someone who is looking for laidback companions, content to chill-out and watch Netflix with you. P&P love playing hide-and-seek with each other and will keep you entertained with their affection for each other.

Alfred & Mary

Alfred

Mary

Alfred and Mary

Mary (black) & Alfred (brown) are a lovely couple, friendly and social and very good House Bunnies with excellent litter box habits. They have found themselves at the shelter through no fault of their own. They are a joy to get to know as individuals as they have very distinct personalities (as all bunnies do).

They are currently in foster and their temporary family report that both enjoy being pet, Mary especially so. She will come up and nudge your leg impatiently and your hand will get a “boop” with her nose, if you stop stroking her forehead too prematurely!

They are living peaceably with a mature easy-going cat, although Mary patrols their bunny headquarters (the area where their litter box and food dishes are located) and will chase the cat off, if he steps over the invisible boundary of “her” territory.  Alfie is more brave and enjoys doing bunny binkys as he races around the house, and jumps up on the human’s bed in the morning to ask for breakfast. Mary will explore the areas she can get to with a rug surface, but shies away from wood floors.

Alfred and Mary prefer their people to come down to their level on the floor, they do not like being picked up. We expect they were over-handled by small children in a previous home, and they will hold a grudge if they are grabbed a lot.  Their foster family respects this and know that visits and pets with these two take place on the floor, or if they choose to jump up on a chair or couch. They absolutely love monitored time in the bunny-proofed backyard, and get gently guided into a pet carrier to be moved from the house to the yard, and back.

Bunny duos are the best because rabbits are social animals – most crave the companionship of another bunny. Rabbit pairs groom each other, sleep, eat and play together. They keep each other company when you are busy or out of the house – companions against loneliness and boredom.

Bonded rabbits form extremely close attachments and their happy, hilarious and sweet interactions will expand your heart and life. But don’t worry that two bunnies will ignore their humans – they will give you double the love and fun of one!