Sunny and Shady

This duo (born approx March 2021) are friendly and curious youngsters. Sunny is the golden boy, Shady the brown girl, both still growing! They are inseparable, napping, grooming, exploring and digging.

Being young buns, these two will need lots of exercise and distractions to keep them happy and occupied.

Sapphire and Marble

Sapphire (girl) and Marble (boy) are a really lovely rabbit team. They are bonded siblings and may be a good fit for a family with children who have been taught how to care for rabbits. They are friendly, litter trained, active and playful. They are larger bunnies, very agile and relaxed.

Shia and Lucia

Shia is now 8 months old (May 2021), and is a little more friendly and outgoing than Lucia (7 months old).  Shia enjoys being pet and is easy to handle.  Lucia sometimes likes being pet and is a little bit more challenging to handle, but not so difficult. Both are very active, good eaters, and roam the house freely without chewing furniture.  They are both very good with the litter box.  They would likely be fine in a family environment, but do get frightened by the occasional noise.  They dig carpet a little. They have no experience with children or other animals. 

Nugget and Muffin

Nugget (dark-grey) and Muffin (tan-grey) are our little miracle buns. Rescued as babies from a hail storm, it’s no wonder these sisters are inseparable. Friendly and playful, they love booping your feet, stealing food from each other, and doing zoomies and binkies with their seemingly limitless energy. When they’re not trying to chew anything they can get their paws on, they love chilling out by cuddling and grooming each other. They both have perfect litter skills, always doing #1 in the litter box, and leaving minimal stray #2s around their enclosure. They would make amazing companions to any family with lots of bunny-proofed space that will give them the love and attention they deserve!

Shadow and Noelle

Introducing energetic Noelle and her shy gentleman friend, Shadow. Noelle has a full grey coat and Shadow sports some adorable white toes on his hind feet. This playful pair are very close as they’ve grown up together. They are litter box trained. Cute (obvs), lively and sometimes mischievous, they enjoy chewing cardboard and are especially curious to explore new places. They love their secret (bunny-proofed) hiding spot behind their foster family’s washing machine. They eat well, enjoying a healthy diet of hay, pellets and lots of fresh garden greens. They’re ready to make your acquaintance!

Tessa and Kim

Tessa (black) and Kim (tan/red) are nice big buns, found abandoned in a Langley park. Outgoing, but can be a little shy when meeting new people. These are lovely girls who deserve a home where their personalities can really bloom and they can become beloved family members.

Clover and Pipkin

Clover and Pipkin are a wonderful little pair of buns. They are currently learning House Rabbit skills in a foster home. Here’s a report from their Foster Parent:

Clover is the more timid one and Pippin is outgoing. She will come up onto the couch to get treats. When Pippin gets the treat on the couch and jumps down, Clover will try and get the treat from Pippin. They are so funny when it comes to food: if one has it they will yank it out of the other one’s mouth. They keep doing that and provide lots of entertainment for me in the process. They are both food motivated. They think everytime I enter the room I have food for them. They both can still be a bit skittish with certain sounds and movements. They both love getting pets, except they always are looking for treats first. They are fabulous with their litterbox and have free-range of the house 100% of the time. They are curious but don’t get into any trouble.

Peggy and Nemo

Peggy (brown) and Nemo (black) were both found as strays. They are just getting used to the idea of humans being trustworthy and so are shy. They’ll need a home with a reliable routine and a calm, loving atmosphere. It will be lovely to watch their personalities bloom with someone who takes the time to get to know them.

Peggy and Nemo
Peggy and NEmo

Kate and Kendal

Introducing Kate and Kendal. Energetic and full of ‘joie de vivre’, these 2 hilarious buns are ready to get into a home where they can really stretch their paws! They have been having a wonderful time in foster, dashing around playing tag with each other and demonstrating some incredible Binky action! When it’s time for them to come out of their penned area, they are raring to go and eager to explore! Both are great using the litter box and pretty clean, with a very healthy appetite for hay. They need to be with people who will embrace their exuberant nature and give them regular access to large spaces. They love to socialize with their humans and Kate especially loves a good ear scratch and some long pets! They are young and a bit chewy so having a good supply of cardboard boxes for them to do their bunny construction projects will keep them entertained and out of trouble. A lovely pair and good candidates for agility! Have been around 2 very gentle and older kids and are familiar with the smell and sound of a dog. 

Kate and Kendal

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.