Chloe

Meet Miss Chloe, a cute but sassy little lop that needs a home where she can have lots of free roam time. She is a diva that likes attention, but on her terms. Her ideal home would be with someone who is rabbit-savvy, no small children as she can nip and is protective of her stuff. She is, however, very easy to handle with the right person and will snuggle. She is very good with her litter box. She loves to binky and do zoomies. The vets think she’s a sweetheart that just needs the right person who will truly understand her. Is that you?

Holly, Ivy and Noel

Many people have multiple dogs or cats (or a combo thereof) as part of their family, but for some reason there’s a stigma about a trio of bunnies – Ivy, Holly and Noel will change your mind!

Holly is the fluffy angora who will enjoy connecting when you brush her gorgeous coat every day. She’s such a sweet, kind rabbit and very easy to handle.  Ivy has the classic storybook-bunny look, with lovely tall ears and blue eyes. Noel is the goofy lop-eared boy. He loves to entertain everyone with his zoomies and binkies. They are truly the easiest going rabbits we’ve ever met.

Why should you consider a trio? Well, the dynamics of a trio is quite amazing to watch. They are devoted like a family. They are no more work than a single or pair, as they use the same litter box and share dishes and toys, and sleep together. They are fairly young and so you can look forward to many years of love as you get to know their individual personalities and appreciate their strong bond with each other – and you. Please consider them.

Talia & Jericho

This adorable couple love each other very much and are looking for their forever home. They like a quiet environment and they are very comfortable free roaming and finding a comfy spot for an afternoon nap. 
 
Talia – she has a great personality and is the dynamic, curious and playful one in the couple. She loves treats, getting pets and, most of all, loves her husbun Jericho. 
 
Jericho – he is shy and cautious to begin with but, once you earn his trust, he will be binkying and flopping all over the place! 
 
Both bunnies are a joy to look after – the only problem is that you won’t get anything done because you’ll be too busy watching them snuggle and taking photos.
 
 

Robin and Star

Meet Star (Himalayan) and her handsome boyfriend, Robin.

Himalayans are beautiful bunnies, known for their calm nature. Robin looks to be part English Spot and is a fun fellow and the more outgoing one of the pair. They are well-behaved, good with their litter box and not chewy. They do love playing with cardboard boxes.

Robin and Star
Robin and Star

Brian

Young Brian is a friendly rabbit who loves to be petted. He was found lost at a car dealership and is now in House Rabbit training with a foster family. He’s very handsome with big eyes and soft brown fur.

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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

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.

Barbie and Tiger

Barbie and Tiger

Barbie & Tiger are an adorable fuzzy-wuzzy duo with special needs. VRRA is actively seeking a permanent foster that will provide them with the detailed care they require, within a loving home environment. In turn we will stay committed to covering their vet costs and regular dental care.

Barbie and Tiger are back at the VRRA shelter now, but as you can see in the photo they have recently spent temporary time in house-rabbit training in a foster placement. They have excellent litter-box skills. Tiger is the more outgoing of the pair, but both enjoy head pets.  

Barbie and Tiger will melt your heart with their love for each other; they find comfort in each other’s company. They were free roam in their foster home and then secured in their x-pen at night. 

We know there’s someone out there that can provide the right fit for this special, sweet pair. 

Pita and Pan

Pita and Pan

Pita and Pan

Pita and Pan

Pita and Pan are a nifty little pair of middle-aged rab-rabs, about 5 years old. Buns in midlife are a wonderful choice for someone who is looking for laidback companions, content to chill-out and watch Netflix with you. P&P love playing hide-and-seek with each other and will keep you entertained with their affection for each other.