Mickey-Joe and Pamela

Mickey-Joe (tan) and Pamela (black) are interesting young characters and full of joy! They were found stray in the same area and are probably a brother and sister. MJ is named after the two young men who rescued them.

They are a friendly, loving and sweet duo and will make awesome pets. They are not overly destructive but do like to dig and play with toys.

Mickey-Joe and Pamela
Mickey-Joe and Pamela

Pogie and Potsticker

Potsticker (female, gray) and Mr. Pogie (male, black) are a bonded sister-brother duo who came to us only a few days old, orphaned and in very poor condition. They showed everyone what tough little buns they are and survived!
They have been hand-raised in a loving foster home and so are friendly and enjoy attention. They would like a home with lots of interaction. Potsticker loves being pet and doesn’t seem to mind being held and cuddled; she is a very friendly, outgoing rabbit with an amiable temperament. Her brother, Pogie, is a little more cautious, but he too enjoys petting and interaction. Where ‘Sticker is easygoing, Pogie is very sensitive and not afraid to show you when he’s displeased! 
Pogie likes to rearrange things and has fun throwing toys and bedding around, while Potsticker just relaxes and watches him fuss. They have silky, clean coats that shed minimally and lovely, classic “up” ears. They are good looking rabbits.

Birdie and Bogey

Birdie (chocolate brown, female) and Bogey (blonde Harlequin, male) were found on a golf course and affectionately named accordingly. Both are litter trained, don’t bite or scratch, and love all things food! 
These two have been through a lot, but they’re making progress every day. Birdie is the adventurous one, while Bogey prefers to plant himself somewhere around his foster home and go into full-on lounge mode. Given their difficult past, they are both skittish and require a great deal of patience and care. But we have no doubt that – with lots of love and affection – they will blossom into rewarding companions for any rabbit lover!
Birdie and Bogey’s foster parents have an instagram page to help them find their forever home and update it frequently with new photos and videos. Check them out @golfcoursebuns.

Birdie Bogey

Dingo and Roger

Dingo Roger

It’s never too hot to hug a friend! Dingo (the little guy) and Roger (the big guy) are bonded BFF’s. Their size difference makes them an adorably odd couple . They’re waiting patiently for a deserving 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.

Anna and Olaf

Anna Olaf

Anna and Olaf

Anna and Olaf

Anna Olaf

In our new pandemic world do you miss giving those you love high-5’s? Well do we have the solution for you: Olaf the bunny loves giving high-5’s!
Olaf and Anna have been living with one of our amazing Foster People and they say, “these two are the most well-behaved House Bunnies we have ever hosted”. Wow!
They go on to describe these snowy fluffs as, “100% non-chewy, not even cable chargers interest them. They don’t even care about chewing cardboard or chew toys, although they do love peeling the layers of cardboard off the bottom of a box. They don’t dig or climb on stuff (unless they smell food on the table) and so bunny-proofing will be super easy for whomever adopts them.” They have also been trained to be comfortable with being held for grooming and getting their nails trimmed. And they are quiet at night.
Talk about the perfect combo of characteristics! Anna & Olaf are waiting for you!

Norman and Nathan

Norman Nathan

Norman Nathan

Norman Nathan

“Before” Norman Nathan

Norm and Nate are lucky dudes! They were found abandoned at 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.

Barbie and Tiger

Barbie and Tiger

If you are looking for fuzzy-wuzzies, then look no further than this BFF Californian/Lionhead duo.

Barbie and Tiger are in house-rabbit training in a foster home, who have these insights to share: these two are excellent with their litter-box – their foster mommy took away their box for cleaning and Tiger patiently waited; as soon as she set it down he jumped in to do his business. Tiger is outgoing and food-driven. He will come out and explore his surroundings. Barbie is on the shy side but follows Tiger’s lead. Both enjoy head pets.

They are being fostered in a home with 2 rabbit-savvy and gentle kids (6& 8yrs old) so they’re socialized. It’s important that children know to follow the bunny’s lead with whether they want to play, or not.

They love their greens and wait for the kids to serve it to them. Same goes for treats and pellets! Barbie and Tiger will melt your heart with their love for each other. Oftentimes, they’re found grooming each other and find comfort in each other’s company. They’re free roam in their foster home and are in their x-pen at night. A super-sweet pair to have as part of your family!

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!