Chia and Cashew

Chia Cashew

Chia Cashew

Chia Cashew

These two cute youngsters are sister lops, Cashew and Chia. They are being raised by one of our wonderful foster families and so are getting lots of attention and learning how to be good House Rabbits. They have experience interacting with older children.

Snowy & Korina

Snowy and Korina

Snowy

Korina

This is Mr Snowy (grey fur) and Ms Korina (tan coat), who are best friends and love to play together. They are interesting and outgoing bunnies.

Pancake & Peach

Pancake Peach

Pancake Peach

Pancake Peach

Peach Pancake

Odd couples are the best! Pancake is a smooth-coated lop-eared bunny and Peach is a fuzzy Lionhead. Pancake is a push-over and Peach is a feisty girl who doesn’t like being told what to do. Together they make an irresistible Peach-Pancake duo 🙂

They are amusing rabbits whose antics will keep you grinning. Peach’s long hair-do needs regular grooming to keep it from getting knotted but Pancake’s style is low maintenance. They have very good litter box manners.

Babies

Babies

Derry and babies

Derry and babies

Derry and babies

Derry and babies

Derry and babies

Yes folks, we have yet another litter of baby bunnies born to a recently rescued rabbit.  Their poor Mom, Derry, was thrown out in a dumpster in downtown Vancouver. They were born May 30 and will be ready for adoption in a few months, along with Miss Derry. She has Harlequin colouring and her kits look similar.

Parsley, Sage and Thyme

Parsley Sage Thyme

Parsley Sage Thyme

Parsley Sage Thyme

Parsley Sage Thyme

Parsley Sage Thyme

Here’s little sisters Parsley and Sage, along with their brother, Thyme, almost all grown up! We’ve included a photo of when they were babies (born Feb 2019) as it’s difficult to get them to stay still for a group photo now.  These adorable little urchins will soon be spay/neutered and ready for their Forever Homes. Available for adoption as a trio, or a pair (boy/girl) and single girl – we would prefer the single to go to a home with someone looking for a bonded friend for their neutered boy bunny.

Cookie & Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Blondie & Cookie are a smart-and-fun sister duo. They are friendly, clean and inquisitive. They look forward to joining a family where they can bloom together into beloved House Rabbits.

Mila & Tess

Mila Tess

Mila Tess

Mila & Tess are a lovely sister duo with pretty dark coats. They are friendly, clean and inquisitive. They look forward to joining a family where they can bloom into the loved House Rabbits they are destined to be.

Mila Tess

Mila Tess

Mila Tess

Mila Tess

Lars & Jayden

Lars Jayden

Lars & Jayden are super fun brothers. Like most siblings they grumble at each other sometimes but love being together and have fun. Lars has a beautiful long coat that will require grooming to avoid painful mats;  in these photos he’s growing out a shave. Jayden has the sleek, shiny black coat.

 

Forrest and Fern

Forest & Fern

Forest & Fern

Forest & Fern

These magnificent rabbits are a brother and sister. Forrest, the boy, is the lighter brown. These are large, very friendly and busy rabbits, and look forward to being able to run and play in someone’s home. Both will happily run up to you and are very curious and out-going. They will be interesting and amusing house rabbits and hope to join someone’s family soon!

During the summer they get to spend lots of time outside of their cage and in the VRRA yard, where we call them our Sunbeam Super Loungers. Check out their sweet video too.

Forrest Fern

Forrest Fern

Forrest Fern

Hawthorn and Cedar

Cedar and Hawthorn

Aren’t Cedar & Hawthorn the cutest?? As you can see from the photo, these sisters are two peas-in-a-pod and love to snuggle together, making for endless adorable photos.  They are Holland Lop/Lionhead crosses, with Hawthorn having dark tones and the longer Lionhead fur, while Cedar has lighter colouring and the more traditional Holland Lop look.  They are young adults, which means that they have long lives ahead of them, but have matured beyond the ‘messy untrained baby bun’ stage. They are outgoing and love to dash about and socialize. Their foster home reports that they are good with their litter box and are excellent hay eaters (that equates to healthy bun-buns). They are lovely girls who have received great House Rabbit training in their foster home, and are ready to graduate to a Forever Home.