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Rowan Sandy

Rowan Sandy

Rowan Sandy

Rowan Sandy

Rowan and Sandy arrived at VRRA from different places and circumstances. The silver lining to them ending up at a shelter is that they found each other – they are now bonded best friends.

They are about 2-3 years old and have matching gorgeous brown agouti coats. In regards to personality, they are a good yin-and-yang match, as Rowan is outgoing and curious, whereas Sandy is more sedate.

They are lovely, clean and tidy bunnies, who very much need a home to call their own. They are tired of being in a shelter cage.

Eeyore

Eeyore

Eeyore

Eeyore

This excruciatingly cute Lop bunny is Eeyore. His previous humans broke his heart by deciding they didn’t care about him anymore and were planning to lock him in a cage in the basement for the rest of his life. Fortunately Eeyore was saved from this cruel fate. He was very attached to his previous owner and was sad and confused about losing his home.
Eeyore is only about 3 years old and so we know that once his heart mends, he’ll have many years of House Bunny Happiness still ahead of him (bunnies can live 10-12 years or more). His black-and-white outfit will fit in well, lounging about in any living room or kitchen decor. His foster human reports that he is very curious about everything and does the binky dance when he’s in a good mood.
For his next life chapter Mr. E. is looking for humans that will make a commitment to love and care for him for his whole lifetime. In return, he’ll provide binky entertainment and oodles of adorable Instagram moments.

Hinton, SE, Tulsa, Stevie

Hinton, SE, Tulsa, Stevie

Hinton, SE, Tulsa, Stevie

Our Fab Four – Hinton, SE, Tulsa, Stevie – are almost all grown up! Their Mom was discovered in a bag inside a box that was in a DUMPSTER downtown. She had these 4 babes shortly after being rescued.

Mom has since been adopted and these cuties will be ready to follow in her footsteps soon. They’ve been getting great House Rabbit training in one of our fantastic foster homes. SE (also known as Esser) is a boy and the rest are girls.

Alistair

Alistair

Alistair

Alistair

Alistair is a young, gentle boy.  He was surrendered to rescue because of severe allergies and a dog that was too interested.  But he was obviously very well loved, hence his lovely personality.

He laps up attention and is such a happy guy, especially when playing in his exercise pen.
If you are looking for a rabbit that would share your couch, maybe come and visit Alistair.

Bella

This is Miss Bella who came to the shelter when she was only 8 weeks old.  Look at her now, how she’s grown!  She is being trained to be a good House Rabbit in one of our loving foster homes. Her foster mom says she’s good with dogs (obviously the right dog), she’s not afraid.  She’s been brought up in a family foster home with rabbit-savvy children and is friendly and calm.  Her favourite food is parsley which she’ll share with NO ONE 🙂

Wouldn’t you want to share your home with this sweetheart?

Herve & Hubert

Hubert Herve

These two fluffy brothers are Hubert (left in the photo, with darker face) and Herve (on the right).  They are bonded and therefore need to be adopted together.  They have been getting good House Rabbit training in one of our loving foster homes where they live a free-range life and are fully litter trained.

Hubert is the introvert and content to follow his brother around. He loves head rubs and enjoys being groomed (weekly brushing is a must for these long-haired bunnies).  He enjoys playing with wooden toys, toys with bells, paper rolls, etc. He will nudge your hand to get your attention! Hubert likes having a cardboard “man cave” box to hide in, and a carpeted area for his fluffy feet to get a grip on and “binky” (happy rabbit dance).
Herve is the leader of the two and likes to explore his surroundings and run around the house. A favourite activity is jumping up on the couch or bed to visit his humans. If you lay down on the floor to visit with him, he’ll jump up on your back. He loves to eat (as most bunnies do!) and a favourite is carrot tops. He is a friendly guy and will nudge your feet to get attention.

Derry

Derry

Derry and babies

Derry

Derry

Derry

Dear, sweet Derry was found wrapped in a bag, inside a box, thrown into a DUMPSTER in downtown Vancouver. It’s a miracle that she survived! Unsurprisingly, she was pregnant and gave birth shortly after her rescue. Her kits are now big enough to be on their own, and so Derry has been spayed and is now ready to find her Forever Home, where she can be loved and valued. As you can see in the photos, she has gorgeous Harlequin colouring.  Derry is really adorable.

Simone

Simone

Simone

Simone

This is the elegant gray and white Simone. She is a wonderfully friendly bunny who craves interaction and begs to be petted. If you are looking for a very social rabbit then Simone may be for you. She has experience living with rabbit-savvy kids (who understand that bunnies do not like picked up) and a relaxed dog.

Callum

Meet Callum, a well-adjusted little boy. He has settled easily in one of our foster homes and is enjoying getting some much-needed attention, bowing his head down to demand forehead strokes.

Callum previously lived with cats and a dog, so has experience in a multi-species household. He was caged for long periods in his previous life and so is looking forward to being adopted into a family who will let him be a proper House Rabbit, with lots of time out of his pen to run and play.

Callum

Callum

Callum

Callum

Alfie, Alan, Alma and Amos

Alfie, Alan, Alma and Amos

 

Special rabbits for special people. These sibling (one sister and 3 brothers) lost their front feet to a predator when they were small babies. The most likely scenario is that they were kept on wire and that something bit their little feet off from below. Alfie, Alma, Alan and Amos do not know that they are different. They love each other as the photo shows. Alfie and Amos get around so you wouldn’t notice they were different. Alan and Alma have slightly more trouble as they lost a little more leg. But they all behave as normal rabbits and are  doing very well. It is, of course, important that they are kept on surfaces that will not hurt their legs but this is not a difficult thing to do and they use their litter boxes well. All are in good health and are good hay eaters. It would be wonderful if they could find a loving foster home together. Everything could be provided. Only love needs to be added.