Cowboy and Vanilla

Cowboy Vanilla

Cowboy Vanilla

Cowboy Vanilla

Cowboy Vanilla

Cowboy Vanilla

Cowboy Vanilla

These two! Sigh! Cowboy (the dopey but extremely friendly and affectionate Lop) and Vanilla (the gorgeous but exasperating Lionhead) have been at the shelter for way too long. They are adorbs (obviously) but Vanilla has a bit of a temper and Cowboy is getting on in years. So adopters pass them by.

They desperately need a chance to live normal house rabbit lives in a real home outside of a caged environment. Their true personalities never get a chance to bloom when they are cooped up all the time.

They are litter-trained, neat-and-tidy, and have no destructive habits (e.g. chewing).

 

Pancake & Peach

Pancake Peach

Pancake Peach

Pancake Peach

Peach Pancake

Odd couples are the best! Pancake is a smooth-coated lop-eared bunny and Peach is a fuzzy Lionhead. Pancake is a push-over and Peach is a feisty girl who doesn’t like being told what to do. Together they make an irresistible Peach-Pancake duo 🙂

They are amusing rabbits whose antics will keep you grinning. Peach’s long hair-do needs regular grooming to keep it from getting knotted but Pancake’s style is low maintenance. They have very good litter box manners.

They have been at the shelter for several years – way too long for rabbits to live mostly in a cage 🙁

They deserve a chance to be in a home environment where their personalities can bloom and they can be loved and known.

Sybil

Sybil

Sybil

Dear Sybil. Just like dark-furred cats and dogs, rabbits with black colouring are often passed over by adopters in favour of rabbits with light colouring.  It is a very sad thing.

Personally we love dark-toned bunnies because in a city like Vancouver where black clothes are popular, you never have to worry about their shedding fur being noticeable on your shirt or pants 🙂

Sybil was surrendered to the shelter along with her brother, Branson, who has since passed away. This beautiful gal could really use a break and we hope that someone will give her the chance she deserves. She is an opinionated and intelligent rabbit.