Ninja

This lucky bun was “in the neighborhood” and decided to stop by the house of one of our foster moms. He showed no fear of humans, and literally walked in the front door to a better situation. Ninja has become a favorite with the rabbit-savvy kids with his happy personality, binkys, and habit of hopping on your lap for a snuggle. He got his name by seeming to get out of his x-pen by magic. But we don’t blame him; he just wants to be part of the family. 

Ninja
Ninja
Ninja

Mickey-Joe and Pamela

Mickey-Joe (tan) and Pamela (black) are interesting young characters and full of joy! They were found stray in the same area and are probably a brother and sister. MJ is named after the two young men who rescued them.

They are a friendly, loving and sweet duo and will make awesome pets. They are not overly destructive but do like to dig and play with toys.

Mickey-Joe and Pamela
Mickey-Joe and Pamela

Coffee

Coffee

 

Coffee

Most bunnies love cardboard boxes but Coffee is a super fan! If given the chance she’ll spend most of her day in one. Coffee is a tidy and quiet bun, a bit on the shy side. A friend might help her come out of her shell a little more.

She’s had humans let her down previously and so is slow to trust. She was found in a blueberry field but thankfully was rescued before the farmer brought out the traps.

You won’t have to worry about Coffee climbing or jumping on your furniture and doesn’t like slippery floors so will stick to whatever part of your home has an area rug 🙂

Floyd

Floyd is a real easygoing fella. He will make a great family rabbit; it doesn’t take much activity to have him “bunny flop” with happiness. Give him some cardboard or a chew toy, and he will be entertained for hours. He keeps his bunny “home base” area clean so you have more time to give him attention. A good choice. 

Floyd
Floyd

Dingo and Roger

Dingo Roger

It’s never too hot to hug a friend! Dingo (the little guy) and Roger (the big guy) are bonded BFF’s. Their size difference makes them an adorably odd couple . They’re waiting patiently for a deserving forever home.

Ethel and Jackson

Ethel Jackson

Ethel Jackson

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.

Tiger-Lily and Hazel

Tiger Lily and Hazel

Tiger Lily and Hazel

Tiger Lily and Hazel

Lovely Tiger-Lily & Hazel are a mother-daughter pair (TG is the Mom, and Hazel the brown bunny is the daughter). They are seniors (10 and 9.5 yrs) adopted from VRRA and sadly  surrendered back to us through no fault of their own.

It’s very tough for bunnies to lose their homes in their older years, as people are ageist and usually only want to adopt young rabbits. For those of you willing to broaden your perspective, you’ll find that having mature bunnies in your life is a joy! Their personalities are reliable and they are past the rambunctious “get into trouble” stage of life. On a practical level, having rabbits that no longer have 13+ years ahead of them is also sometimes a factor that can make committing to pet guardianship easier.

Tiger-Lily and Hazel are both sweet, amiable, curious, healthy and full of life. They absolutely love each other and it’s so sweet to watch their BFF affection. They look forward to settling in with new humans that will provide them with committed love, care and companionship that they so deserve.

Anna and Olaf

Anna Olaf

Anna and Olaf

Anna and Olaf

Anna Olaf

In our new pandemic world do you miss giving those you love high-5’s? Well do we have the solution for you: Olaf the bunny loves giving high-5’s!
Olaf and Anna have been living with one of our amazing Foster People and they say, “these two are the most well-behaved House Bunnies we have ever hosted”. Wow!
They go on to describe these snowy fluffs as, “100% non-chewy, not even cable chargers interest them. They don’t even care about chewing cardboard or chew toys, although they do love peeling the layers of cardboard off the bottom of a box. They don’t dig or climb on stuff (unless they smell food on the table) and so bunny-proofing will be super easy for whomever adopts them.” They have also been trained to be comfortable with being held for grooming and getting their nails trimmed. And they are quiet at night.
Talk about the perfect combo of characteristics! Anna & Olaf are waiting for you!

Norman and Nathan

Norman Nathan

Norman Nathan

Norman Nathan

“Before” Norman Nathan

Norm and Nate are lucky dudes! They were found abandoned at only about 6 weeks old and in VERY poor shape, as you can see from the “before” photo.

Norm & Nate are growing into lovely youngsters who, despite their sad beginning, are now embracing life. Their foster family has this to say about them:

These two boys are probably the cutest fluffballs in the world! Norm and Nate are a dream team – sweet and adorable! Norman is a spunky guy with a big personality. He loves to eat, play, and binky around his X pen. Nathan is a calm, easy going rabbit who would love to sit on your lap all day and cuddle. They are very affectionate toward their humans and each other.

Barbie and Tiger

Barbie and Tiger

If you are looking for fuzzy-wuzzies, then look no further than this BFF Californian/Lionhead duo.

Barbie and Tiger are in house-rabbit training in a foster home, who have these insights to share: these two are excellent with their litter-box – their foster mommy took away their box for cleaning and Tiger patiently waited; as soon as she set it down he jumped in to do his business. Tiger is outgoing and food-driven. He will come out and explore his surroundings. Barbie is on the shy side but follows Tiger’s lead. Both enjoy head pets.

They are being fostered in a home with 2 rabbit-savvy and gentle kids (6& 8yrs old) so they’re socialized. It’s important that children know to follow the bunny’s lead with whether they want to play, or not.

They love their greens and wait for the kids to serve it to them. Same goes for treats and pellets! Barbie and Tiger will melt your heart with their love for each other. Oftentimes, they’re found grooming each other and find comfort in each other’s company. They’re free roam in their foster home and are in their x-pen at night. A super-sweet pair to have as part of your family!