Brigit and Nina

Brigit and Nina

Brigit and Nina

Brigit and Nina

Introducing the double-fabulous Brigit & 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 coming along beautifully as house buns. I’ve transitioned them to 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.

Brigit is still not particularly social but she doesn’t shy away at all. She 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.

Vivian and Vincent

Vincent and Vivian

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

V&V are two beautiful bonded bunnies.  They are friendly and comfortable with dogs and guinea pigs.  They are happiest with lots of time to run about and space to stretch out.  Vivacious Viv and Vince are wonderful Big Buns who find themselves in need of a new family through no fault of their own. If you’ve never met a large rabbit before, you are missing out! Double your fun with these two.

MIsha

Misha

Misha was loose for a few weeks in the South West Marine Drive-Dunbar area. She was understandably spooked when people tried to catch her but a volunteer won her trust and was able to pick her up. She is about 8 months old (the vet thinks)… a friendly, fun bunny who would probably love to join a rabbit agility club.

Victoria

Victoria

Victoria

Queen Victoria! This young lady is a New Zealand / Flemish cross, who deserves her own castle. She is a little shy at first but that isn’t uncommon with bunnies who have experienced less-than-optimal experiences. Given a chance to interact with a trustworthy human, Victoria’s personality will bloom. She is an active bun-bun who likes to dig and needs a big litter box to have fun doing so. Having toys to keep her busy and room to dance around on those gorgeous big legs will be important to keep her happy.

Max

Max

Max

Max is a sweet interactive bunny. 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 (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.

Sassafras

Sassafras

Sassafras

Sassafras

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are looking for a BBB (big beautiful bunny) to join your family, then Sassafras is your gal! Since these photos were taken she’s spent a bit of time in a foster home but is now back at the shelter, hoping her adoptive forever-family will show up soon. Those fantastic big-bun legs need lots of free-range house space to hop about. Sassy Sassafras is a super awesome fun-bun. Check out a short video of her on our Petfinder page.

Venus, Juno and Diana

Venus, Juno and Diana

 

These beautiful, big, black and white girls 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 Juno and Diana are her daughters. They make a delightful trio. It’s even better to have three rabbits than to have two rabbits. They provide endless entertainment with their interactions. They would like a  home with room to run about, some treats and people to love them. They are just over a year old.

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!