Annie and Fiona

It’s nice to snuggle with a friend.

Annie & Fiona are bonded sisters and are ready to make the hop into a Forever Home together.

These large friendly girls have been raised in a foster home with respectful dogs.

Big Bunnies are the Best!

Peter and Paul

Petey (brown) and Paul (white) are loving brothers who groom, cuddle and sleep together. Petey is the outgoing leader and Paul feels safe following his brother. Both are friendly and love running free around the house, and enjoy pets. When spooked, Paul runs to Petey for reassurance, or goes to hide beside his foster Mom. They are cuties! 

Asha and Allie

Asha and Allie were only about 4 weeks old when they were found with their other three siblings in a heap on the sidewalk, obviously dumped from a car. Despite their dire beginnings, these youngsters (born ~Feb 2021) are outgoing and friendly. They are turning into very lovely House Rabbits and look forward to becoming permanent members of a lucky person’s household.

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 4 years old (as of July 2021) and have matching gorgeous brown agouti coats. They are a good yin-and-yang match, as Rowan is an extreme extrovert – outgoing and curious – whereas Sandy is more sedate. Rowan absolutely loves full-body bunny massages. While Sandy is shy about pets, she is social in her own sweet way and will take treats from your hands. She is content to follow Rowan around like his shadow.

They are lovely, clean and tidy bunnies, and while they’ve been enjoying time in a nice foster placement, the very much need a permanent home to call their own.

Meta and Della

Meta and Della are big buns, almost like having a couple of small dogs (LOL)! Besides their unique personalities, you can also tell them apart by the white on their noses; Meta has a bigger splotch than Della. Like most siblings sometimes they irritate each other and make funny honking noises to tell the other to ‘buzz off’. They look forward to ruling the roost together in a lucky person’s home.

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.

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 over a cup of tea and some carrot tops 🙂

Peggy and Nemo

Peggy (brown) and Nemo (black) were both found as strays. They have been blossoming into wonderful House Rabbits in one of our foster homes and this is what their foster parent has to say about them:

Peggy is an independent boss lady. She accepts a few pats on the back, but will push my hand away when she’s had enough. She often comes running over to say hi when she sees me, although I suspect she is looking for food 🙂 Peggy is a huge foodie. Her favourite food is everything!  Nemo is very soft compared to Peggy. He is a picky eater. He still scares easily, but has recently started running to me for breakfast in the morning. His favourite treat is Oxbow multi-vitamins. He has made some amazing progress considering he was too afraid to even eat lettuce when he first arrived! Although he’s not keen on being pet, he is comfortable enough stretch out nearby and take a nap. 
Being wary of loud noises and sudden movements hasn’t stopped them being typical young bunnies. They enjoy doing zoomies, exploring, playing with their toys, rearranging things, and generally engaging in bunstruction – especially when they think no one is looking! 

Josina says: I finally got a video of Nemo doing zoomies. He usually does zoomies while I’m in bed, so I was lucky to get this on camera. 
Peggy and Nemo
Peggy and Nemo

Ethel and 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.

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.

Tofu and Marshmallow (Vancouver)

This amazingly fluffy duo are Marshmallow (girl) and Tofu (boy) – bonded siblings that are attached at the hip! They were born fall 2019.

Marshmallow and Tofu are littered trained and love being petted. They’ve developed quite an appetite since we started fostering them and absolutely love kale. Tofu is on the more curious side and will come right up to you if you sit down. Marshmallow has a love for kale and Tofu and can usually be seen snuggling with his sister.

If you are interested in adopting Tofu and Marshmallow, please fill in our adoption application form here.

Marshmallow Tofu