Willamina

Willamina

Willamina

My Willamina, what big ears you have!! Willamina is a darling! She almost looks like a wild hare with her lean, angular build and extra-large, long ears (but she is definitely a domestic rabbit). Willamina was found abandoned in a paint store parking lot but despite that tough start, she is friendly and personable.

Maxene

Maxene

Maxene

Maxene

Check out Maxene, a beautiful young rabbit with perhaps a musical ear? As you can see from the photos, Miss Maxene is enjoying time in one of our wonderful foster homes. They report that like most bunnies, she’s not super-cuddly but always likes to hang out close-by to her people.

One of Maxene’s cute quirks is that she loves having multiple napping places. Her favourites are a spot by their window where she can look out to the street, and also on the piano as per the photo (Play it again, Sam!)
She is a curious bun that likes to explore.

Pancake & Peach

Pancake Peach

Pancake Peach

Pancake Peach

Peach Pancake

Odd couples are the best! Pancake is a smooth-coated lop-eared bunny and Peach is a fuzzy Lionhead. Pancake is a push-over and Peach is a feisty girl who doesn’t like being told what to do. Together they make an irresistible Peach-Pancake duo 🙂

They are amusing rabbits whose antics will keep you grinning. Peach’s long hair-do needs regular grooming to keep it from getting knotted but Pancake’s style is low maintenance. They have very good litter box manners.

Larch

Larch

Larch

Larch

This is Larch. He was found wandering in Kits near Larch Street. He’s a young boy, probably only a few months old and already missing the tip of his right ear. But despite his harsh beginning he is a sweet boy, very friendly and already sitting on his foster mom’s lap.

Here’s what his foster family has to say about him: “Larch was scared as heck, shaking in his boots, when he was first rescued. But he warmed up fast, and became the family ham! He is a social butterfly. He will happily hop from one lap to the next, begs to be picked up, and will lick you like crazy if you give him some pats. He has quite the personality packed into a pocket-sized body. First thing in the morning he will practice zooms with the dog. He and his foster dog were best pals. He is a great house bunny and will follow his people around. I predict he would do well in a home with kids, a friendly dog, or another social bun. He is litter box trained, but he does chew- so he’s best in a pen when not directly supervised.”

Cookie & Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Cookie Blondie

Blondie & Cookie are a smart-and-fun sister duo. They are friendly, clean and inquisitive. They look forward to joining a family where they can bloom together into beloved House Rabbits.

Mila & Tess

Mila Tess

Mila Tess

Mila & Tess are a lovely sister duo with pretty dark coats. They are friendly, clean and inquisitive. They look forward to joining a family where they can bloom into the loved House Rabbits they are destined to be.

Mila Tess

Mila Tess

Mila Tess

Mila Tess

Lars & Jayden

Lars Jayden

Lars & Jayden are super fun brothers. Like most siblings they grumble at each other sometimes but love being together and have fun. Lars has a beautiful long coat that will require grooming to avoid painful mats;  in these photos he’s growing out a shave. Jayden has the sleek, shiny black coat.

 

Davis

Davis

Davis

Davis

Davis is a wonderfully sleek, nut-brown young rabbit. He enjoys it when someone sits down quietly and introduces themselves, instead of immediately grabbing out to pet him. Once he’s sized you up and decided that you are rabbit-worthy, he is happy to accept nice forehead strokes, and continue an enjoyable conversation.

We don’t blame Davis for being a bit distrusting as his previous home discarded him once they decided to have a baby. Davis is looking for a new family that will value him as a unique soul that deserves care and love for his lifetime. In return he will be a committed companion.

Jacob

Jacob is a lucky boy. He was rescued from an area in Richmond where an owl was taking his friends and relatives. He is definitely not a feral rabbit as he is calm and friendly. Like most rabbits Jacob prefers to not be picked up, but enjoys people coming down to his level for a nice chat and pet. Jacob has a great personality and will be a lovely house bunny.

Hawthorn and Cedar

Cedar and Hawthorn

Aren’t Cedar & Hawthorn the cutest?? As you can see from the photo, these sisters are two peas-in-a-pod and love to snuggle together, making for endless adorable photos.  They are Holland Lop/Lionhead crosses, with Hawthorn having dark tones and the longer Lionhead fur, while Cedar has lighter colouring and the more traditional Holland Lop look.  They are young adults, which means that they have long lives ahead of them, but have matured beyond the ‘messy untrained baby bun’ stage. They are outgoing and love to dash about and socialize. Their foster home reports that they are good with their litter box and are excellent hay eaters (that equates to healthy bun-buns). They are lovely girls who have received great House Rabbit training in their foster home, and are ready to graduate to a Forever Home.