Bunner

Bunner

Bunner

This is Bunner, who is a happy teddy-bear of a rabbit! His first human bought him to train his dog to hunt and when the dog ended up being a pacifist, the person didn’t care for Bunner. The girlfriend finally took Bunner away when he was near death, and spent 6 weeks nursing him back to normal before sending him to us to find the forever home he deserves.

Bunner miraculously is no worse for wear from his traumatic experiences. He is a healthy rabbit who loves his hay and is great with the litter box. He wants to be part of the family. This friendly fab-rab even knows how to run to the open sliding glass door for outside play at his foster home. Who knows what you could teach him to do!

He’s kind with well behaved cats, and kids who have been taught the gentleness required for rabbits. Bunner is ready for a second chapter with a loving forever family.

Houdini

Houdini

Houdini

Houdini

Houdini

Houdini, what a guy! Look at that smile and twinkling eyes!

What more can we say about sweet Houdini that doesn’t already come across in his shining photographs? He is a friendly, clean, LOVELY family rabbit.

Gilbert

Gilbert

Gilbert

We love all our rabbits equally but there is something especially unique about Gilbert – you can tell he’s a wise soul. When you look him in the eye he stares deeply back into yours! He’s got a lot going on in that intelligent brain of his.

Not only is Gilbert smart but he is wonderfully friendly as well. He certainly didn’t deserve to be thrown out into the city streets. He is truly a fantastic rabbit.

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.

 

Forrest and Fern

Forest & Fern

Forest & Fern

Forest & Fern

These magnificent rabbits are a brother and sister. Forrest, the boy, is the lighter brown. These are large, very friendly and busy rabbits, and look forward to being able to run and play in someone’s home. Both will happily run up to you and are very curious and out-going. They will be interesting and amusing house rabbits and hope to join someone’s family soon!

During the summer they get to spend lots of time outside of their cage and in the VRRA yard, where we call them our Sunbeam Super Loungers. Check out their sweet video too.

Forrest Fern

Forrest Fern

Forrest Fern

Cadbury and Nina

Cadbury

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.

Max

Max

Max is a sweet interactive bunny of the Himalayan variety. His foster family reports that he’s always happy to greet them. He has lots of energy and loves to roam. He has good litter box habits. He is a cuddly bunny once he knows you and you’ve gained his trust. He has a lovely personality and likes both the dog and cat in his foster home (who are rabbit-savvy). He also gets along with children that have been taught that rabbits enjoy sitting quietly for a pet as opposed to being picked up.

Similar to how some cats love to scratch furniture, Max does like to chew baseboards. This behaviour can be redirected to a certain extent, by providing lots of chew toys and fresh branches from safe-to-eat trees (check our Rabbits 101 -> Rabbit Care & Food page for details).  However Max’s future Forever Family will need to be OK with some baseboard nibbles.

Max

Max

Max