Riley (South Surrey)

Riley is a beautiful harlequin girl, estimated to be about two years old.  She came into VRRA as an extremely scared stray.

Riley although still a little shy, is quiet, and mellow.  She is spotlessly clean and not chewy.  She may welcome a bun friend too.

Like: Green veggies and hay and the occasional treat
Size: Medium
Good with: Adult and older respectful children
Would like: Definitely quieter, loving home

If you are interested in adopting Riley, please apply today!

Charlie (Vancouver)

Charlie girl was found on the streets of Vancouver fending for herself.  She’s sweet, affectionate and curious.  She is litter box trained and clean.

Charlie would possibly love a husband and is looking forward to becoming part of your family. She would be fine with respectful children, and would be a good first time rabbit for someone. We don’t know how she would be with other animals. If you could like to adopt Charlie, please apply today!

Edith (Vancouver)

Edith is a medium sized, black and white spotted female under 2 yrs old. She was abandoned on a doorstep with a note telling us she was not spayed and was one and half yrs old. Edith is now spayed and vaccinated and ready for a forever home.

She is a bit shy at first but adventurous and curious once she feels settled. She is very good with her litter box and sticks to chewing her own things. She may like a rabbit companion. If you would like to adopt Edith, please apply today!

Boba and Roo (South Surrey)

Meet Boba & Roo! These two beautiful sisters were born in a loving foster home. Their mother was brought in as a stray/dumped rabbit who surprised us with babies (born June 2022). They are learning to be good house bunnies with good litter skills.

They enjoy doing everything together from eating to playing and snuggling up at nap time. They’re waiting to find their perfect forever home. Apply today to meet these wonderful girls!

Boba and Roo can go to a home with:
Rabbits: No Thank you we have each other
Dogs: Unknown
Cats: Unknown
Family home with Children: Yes

Smudgy (South Surrey)

Hi! My name is Smudgy and I have been in foster care my whole life (born July 2022). For some reason, black rabbits are overlooked and hard to get adopted. If you give me the chance, I will win your heart over by snuggling with you and doing many binkies to show you how much I love and appreciate you. 

I just want someone to love me for me! My foster moms say I am the sweetest little thing and I am a good girl because I am not destructive or chewy. After I get to know you, I like to climb up on your lap or even up on your back if you could be my best friend. I like to climb low cat towers and chairs to explore my surroundings. I am litter trained and I like to pick my own potty spot so please put my litter box where I like it! My favourite thing to do is explore and free roam. I promise to make my free roam space clean and only makes a few poop accidents near my litter box to mark my own territory. 

I am a good candidate for bonding because I am an easy going and submissive rabbit but I can also be happy as a single rabbit if you will spend time with me and love me! Please apply to be my mom or dad! 

Smudgy can go to a home with:
Rabbits: Well-matched 
Dogs: Well-matched Respectful
Cats: Yes 
Children: Unknown
Teen/Adult: Yes

Peppermint Patty (South Surrey)

Peppermint Patty is playful and curious. We estimate she was born in July 2022. She spends her time exploring – she is very adventurous and outgoing. She keeps a very tidy house. Peppermint Patty loves spending time outside in the sun enjoying the fresh air & nibbling on grass. Something about the fresh air makes her binkies extra high.

She prefers it when people approach her slowly and down on her level. This makes her feel more comfortable to make friends. She enjoys being pet and loves to run up to greet people she knows & trusts. Apply today to meet this beautiful girl.

She can go to a home with:
Rabbits: Well-Matched
Dogs: Well-Matched Respectful
Cats: Yes
Young Children: Unknown
Teens/Adults: Yes 

Ali (South Surrey)

Ali can be a bit shy at first and she’s protective over her space (watch out broom, she’ll try to eat it!) but if you sit with her on her level and let her come to you, she really opens up and loves to be pet! That’s after she claims you by chinning you first!

The way to Ali’s heart is through treats. She knows the sound of a treat bag or a fruit peeling. She loves cilantro and mint. This beautiful black girl is full of personality. She came in as stray young baby on Aug 6, 2022, around 5 days old found in a baseball diamond covered in sand with her siblings, Ducky/Tippy & Little Foot and Petrie. This litter of babies was name after The Land Before Time Characters. If you’re interested in meeting Ali please apply today.

She can go to a home with:
Rabbits: Well-matched
Dogs: Well-matched/respectful
Cats: Yes
Young kids: No Thank you
Teens/Adults: Yes

Anita (Vancouver)

Here is a rabbit for the real rabbit lover. Anita is very active and curious. She will want to check every corner of your house. She’s friendly and likes attention in between dashing about exploring. She may taste a few things, although she is not a really chewy rabbit. She is good with her litter box. Anita is sometimes possessive of her things and will nip you if you mess with them. All in all she will be a very amusing pet. She could also be a good agility bunny as running and jumping are her thing. She was found at 59th and Fraser in Vancouver and is about 2 yrs old.

If you can give Anita a loving home, please apply today!

Joanie (Vancouver)

Joanie is a pretty, faintly marked, harlequin girl who was found when a couple of months old in Burkeville, Richmond. We paired her with a little boy bunny about the same age called Osler. He was found on Osler Street in Vancouver. Sadly Osler died a few months ago leaving Joanie alone. They were very bonded and she’s sad to be alone but picky about a new partner.

She is a shy bunny but will come around when she gets to know you. Otherwise she is a good rabbit, clean and not destructive. If you can offer Joanie a loving home, please apply today!

Freya (Vancouver)

Freya came from Richmond during the very cold wet weather. She was reported to us as a friendly rabbit with two babies who were not doing well. The babies had been injured badly and one died right away. The other lived for a few days. This baby was taken away to be cared for but Freya had to stay behind as they had no room for her. The baby was taken back everyday and Freya was there waiting for the baby to nurse. Alas he could not be saved but little Freya was taken to a warm home and has thrived.

She is a bit shy but does like to be petted as long as one is quiet and calm with her. She did very well at Bunny Yoga, running around to visit people. She looks for that loving home, not too noisy with patient people. If you can give her that home, please apply today.