Comet & Lilly

Comet & Lilly are twin sisters who are both happy, good natured buns.  A little about Comet: she is a speedy girl who loves to run around really fast. She does the best flops where she tries to go almost all the way on her back. She’s great with her litter box. A little about Lilly: she loves to binky around and you will often find her grooming her sibling. She is not shy towards people. Like her sister, she is great with her litter box.  These girls are looking forward to being adopted by people committed to providing them with a House Rabbit living environment that will allow them room to exercise and become part of the family.

Elsa and Karu

Elsa and Karu

Elsa is an absolutely stunning lady with blue eyes accentuated by smokey grey spots on her beautiful white fur. She’s still in her prime, about 3.5 years old.

Karu is a handsome younger man, only 8 months. He’s a Himalayan rabbit, which is a medium sized breed known for their calm personality. Karu also has super-cool red eyes.

Elsa and Karu know there’s more to bunnies than just good looks, but are hoping their natural beauty will give them an edge in getting a new Forever Home soon. If you are looking for a super-model pair of bunnies, than these two may be for you.

Shelly and TJ

Shelly and TJ

This is an adorable pair with a sad story. They were found in an empty lot, left in a closed pet carrier. It had rained the night before so there were a few inches of water in the carrier. They were sitting in it, wet and cold with nothing to eat. Very luckily people cutting grass for their guinea pigs found them. You couldn’t get a friendlier, more personable pair. Shelly is a very small, grey lionhead – probably about 6 months old. TJ is a Himalayan male, who was only about 2 months old when he came. He is now bigger than Shelly. Check out some videos of this adorable, friendly pair on our YouTube channel! Video 1 and Video 2.

Julie and Joey

Joey is really overweight but his sister Julie tries not to lord it over him (well, maybe just a little)! Bunnies require lots of fresh hay and veggies but limited bunny kibble and treats. They also need lots of opportunity to hop about and get exercise. This photo shows J&J in their shelter cage but they have just come in from an afternoon outside, and so with a proper diet and more activity, Joe will start slimming down. This lovely angora-dwarf brother-sister duo are sweet little souls looking forward to living cage-free, healthy, active house rabbit lives together in someone’s home soon.

Barclay and Davy

Barclay and Davy

Barclay and his brother Davy were born February 16, 2018. They are a little shy until they know you, curious, active, and good with their litter box. These handsome boys were raised in a home with a quiet, kind child.

Logan and Carter

Logan and Carter were born February 16, 2018. They are curious, active, and good with their litter box. They were raised in a home with a quiet, kind child. Logan is the brother with a white paw and collar. These handsome fellows are looking for a trusting home where they can become part of the family.

Pinky and Tilly

Pinky and Tilly

This mom and daughter will stay together. Tilly is a dark brown/black rabbit and she is a bit shy. Not much wonder as she was thrown out to fend for herself and have a couple of litters of babies. She was caught and then two days later ( May 11th) gave birth to 10 kits. Only 6 survived and Pinky is one of them. Pinky is used to people and more confident than her mom. They will be up for adoption when Pinky is spayed.

Sparrow and Wren

Wren Sparrow

Wren Sparrow

These beautiful sisters came from Jericho Park when a few days old. Their nest was dug up by the Parks crew, who saved them and turned them over to VRRA. They have been hand raised on love and formula and are the sweetest girls. Wren has a little white mark on her nose. Sparrow is very slightly bigger. They are out-going, curious bunnies that are good with their litter box and not destructive. Sparrow and Wren will be wonderful, house companions.

Rook and Raven

Raven

These beautiful, black rabbits are brother and sister. Rook is the boy and is the most out-going one. Raven, his sister has a little mark on her nose and is more prone to let Rook take the lead. They are young rabbits, not yet a year old, friendly, clean and curious. Rook and Raven will be good house bunnies for those who appreciate rabbits in a shiny black coat.  Check out this video of Rook enjoying a visit with a volunteer.

Hawthorn and Cedar

Hawthorn and Cedar

These sisters are Holland Lop/Lionhead crosses. Hawthorn is in dark tones and has inherited her Lionhead father’s fur and Cedar in light tones looks like her Holland Lop mom. They are about 6 months old. Both are out-going, interesting rabbits who love to dash about and chew things. But that’s to be expected at their young age. They have just been spayed and starting to be more settled. They are lovely girls who will be amusing house bunnies.