Rowan and Sandy

Rowan Sandy

Rowan Sandy

Rowan Sandy

Rowan Sandy

Rowan and Sandy arrived at VRRA from different places and circumstances. The silver lining to them ending up at a shelter is that they found each other – they are now bonded best friends.

They are about 2-3 years old and have matching gorgeous brown agouti coats. In regards to personality, they are a good yin-and-yang match, as Rowan is outgoing and curious, whereas Sandy is more sedate.

They are lovely, clean and tidy bunnies, who very much need a home to call their own. They are tired of being in a shelter cage.

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. Sweet Korina received an injury to her back by a thoughtless human that resulted in some minor nerve damage. This doesn’t affect her quality of life but does mean that she has some mild incontinence. Having an easily washable rug (check out Ruggables ) for their home base will make this issue very easy to deal with.

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.

 

Venus and Diana

Venus Juno Diana

Venus Diana

Venus Juno Diana

These bunny goddesses were rescued from a neglectful situation when they were about 3 months old. They have grown into very lovely rabbits. Venus is the mom and Diana is her daughter. They make a delightful duo. They would like a  home with room to run about, some treats and people to love them. They eat, play and sleep together and will take up less room than a medium-size dog! Life is better with a bunny pair.

 

Cadbury and Nina

Cadbury

Cadbury Nina

Cadbury Nina

Cadbury Nina

Cadbury Nina

Cadbury Nina

Introducing the double-fabulous Cadbury & Nina! Thanks to our wonderful foster family for the video and here’s what they have to say about these cutie-patooties:

“They are both wonderful House Buns and are mostly cage free, except when I’m not home. Nina is very adventurous and likes to explore everything, and comes running at the slightest indication of food (rustling bags, fridge opening, etc). She climbs on top of anything she can reach and loves to wiggle into funny places. Her most recent perch has been on top of the bin in which I keep their hay and pellets. Cadbury also comes running for treats (banana is her fave, of course) and will permit head scratches quite happily. She sits next to me whenever I’m doing something in the kitchen.”

Wouldn’t you love to have these two hanging out in YOUR kitchen? House rabbits are the best!! Check out an awesome video of these two in action, on our YouTube page.

Talia & Jericho

Talia Jericho

Talia Jericho

Talia Jericho

Talia Jericho

Jericho Talia

Meet our dynamic duo, Talia & Jericho!  Talia is the slightly larger, tan-coloured bun-bun and she loves her soft-grey coloured pal, Jericho.  Both are very sweet-natured rabbits but Talia is the outgoing one of the pair. They are tidy and well-mannered house bunnies and are now ready to be placed in their forever home. Lately they’ve been practicing their house rabbit skills in a foster home, so they are ready and raring to go!  Read more about their personalities from their foster people:

Talia
  • She’s a happy-go-lucky bun who loves to be a part of the “action” in a lively household but doesn’t necessarily want to be directly involved, ie. petting and snuggling are not yet something she’s totally up for, except on her own terms. She’s extremely tidy with her litter box habits, and rarely chews things outside of designated toys. The key to her heart seems to be through her stomach, with treats being a highlight of her day! Brushing is a challenge, she doesn’t love the process, but with someone gentle and patient, I’m sure over time she’ll become less stressed by human grooming. Speaking of grooming, her and Jericho spend countless hours in the day lovingly grooming and snuggling each other. They are a lovely bonded pair, who are never more excited than when they have the chance to roam around in a protected garden or yard – preferably one with some nice dirt to dig around in! I recommend any potential foster home have access to an outdoor space for these two to fully feel at home.
Jericho
  • Jericho is a shy little guy with a big streak of curiosity, while he’s still fairly hesitant to interact with his foster humans, he’s been slowly getting more emboldened through his bond with Talia. When she’s ready to poke around the humans, he’s more likely to follow her lead as well! His litter box habits are also very tidy and rarely requires any additional grooming beyond what he and Talia do for each other! If the way to Talia’s heart is food, the way to Jericho’s is through access to the great outdoors – he rarely binkies in the house, but get him outside and he’ll spend the entire time hopping and jumping and bouncing around! Not as much of a digger as Talia, he just loves simply being outside. It would be really unfortunate to see Jericho end up in a home without access to a suitable, protected, year-round outdoor space. He thrives in a way outside that just makes your heart burst!

Orchid and Oscar

Orchid & Oscar

This brother and sister are about two years old (Oct 2018). Oscar, the boy, is a little bigger and lighter in colour than his sister, Orchid. He is more outgoing which is quite common in pairs – to have one more bold. These medium-sized bunnies love to explore and are good with their litter box. They have lovely personalities and are friend with people but would prefer a quiet home.

Benji and Jade

Benji Jade

Jade

Benji

These poor bunnies were up for grabs at a garage sale. Lucky for them friends of VRRA picked them up. Benji is a tan and white boy, quite likely a Rex cross. Jade is a very pretty black Martin rabbit. They are good with their litter box and not chewy except for their cardboard box. Benji is a bit overweight and sometimes a little crabby. He needs more room to run about. Jade is a little sweetie and shy until you know her. Benji is 3 or 4 and Jade is younger.