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

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.

Barbie and Tiger

Barbie and Tiger

Barbie & Tiger are an adorable fuzzy-wuzzy duo with special needs. VRRA is actively seeking a permanent foster that will provide them with the detailed care they require, within a loving home environment. In turn we will stay committed to covering their vet costs and regular dental care.

Barbie and Tiger are back at the VRRA shelter now, but as you can see in the photo they have recently spent temporary time in house-rabbit training in a foster placement. They have excellent litter-box skills. Tiger is the more outgoing of the pair, but both enjoy head pets.  

Barbie and Tiger will melt your heart with their love for each other; they find comfort in each other’s company. They were free roam in their foster home and then secured in their x-pen at night. 

We know there’s someone out there that can provide the right fit for this special, sweet pair. 

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 who 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 are friendly and 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! Alfred is shy with strangers but happy to visit with people he knows and trusts.

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 supervised 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!

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.

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.