Freddy

Freddy

Freddy

Hey Freddy!  Fred is an extremely friendly, outgoing young man. He was found wandering alone on the North Shore. Despite being thrown out to fend for himself, he hasn’t lost his fun personality. He will hop on the couch into your lap and sit beside you waiting for pets. He also likes to give kisses! He can be shy at first and (like most rabbits) doesn’t enjoy being picked up. However, if you learn bunny-savvy communication with him, i.e. a slow approach and pats beforehand, he will allow himself to be scooped up when required. He will make a fantastic companion for some lucky person who will let him be a proper house rabbit with room to run. His people will enjoy seeing all his interesting characteristics shine through.

Newton and Elf

Newton and Elf

Newton and Elf

Newton and Elf

Meet Newton & Elf, a goofy, loveable pair of youngsters.  Like many bunnies at our shelter, these two sadly found themselves abandoned in a park. This is a terrible thing to do to any bun-bun but especially someone like Newton (blue eyes) who has a neurological condition.  This awesome pair are committed to each other and will bring double luck and love to their future home.

We encourage all potential adopters to do their rabbit homework: your future bunny companion is depending on you to be knowledgeable of what they need to be healthy and happy, and to commit for their lifetime.  We have lots of useful information on our website and also check out www.rabbit.org.

Lars, Jayden, Mila & Tess, Blondie & Cookie (adoption available in pairs)

Blondie Cookie Jayden Mila Tess Lars

Jayden & Lars

Mila & Tess

Blonde & Cookie

This beautiful sibling group of 2 boys and 4 girls are one year old (as of Oct 2018).  As with all of our bunnies they are spayed and neutered. The are available for adoption in 2 boy/girl pairs, plus a girl pair.

At the shelter they are currently living with all 4 girls together and the boys together.  However as is typical with rabbits, the brothers are getting a bit tired of each other now that they’re adults.  Rabbits are social creatures and optimally live with a bunny friend, but boys can find it difficult to be BFF’s.  Each boy will enjoy living a House Rabbit life with one of his sisters.

But of course, anyone looking to add adventure to their life by having a gorgeous 6-member bunny herd in their family, are also welcome to give us a call! Check out our YouTube channel for short videos of the girls and the boys.

Talia & Jericho

Talia & Jericho

Meet our dynamic duo, Talia & Jericho!  Talia is the slightly larger, tan-coloured bun-bun and she loves her soft-grey coloured pal, Jericho.  Both are very sweet-natured rabbits but Talia is the outgoing one of the pair. Their foster family reports that they are tidy and well-mannered house bunnies and are now ready to be placed in their forever home.

Each came to the shelter separately but from similar precarious situations. Talia was abandoned at UBC but despite her ill-treatment she still loves people and will readily come up to meet you. Jericho was found at Jericho Beach and required medical care. He was understandably scared of people at first but with Talia by his side, he has come around well and is now a healthy, well-adjusted young man.  Both are fairly young bunnies, approximately 2 years old.

Echo & Blu

Echo & Blu

Echo & Blu are a brother-sister BFF duo! Debonair Echo is the all-white one of the pair and is a super adventurous and curious boy. He is high energy and loves to explore. If you’ve ever thought about having your pet bunny join a rabbit agility club, this guy shows great potential! You will often find him trying to jump up on boxes double his height. If you lie down on the floor next to him, he will jump up on your chest. Echo’s sister, Blu, is also a very curious bun that likes to be close to her brother and follow what he does. You can tell her apart as she has some brown markings on her body. She also loves her human friends, especially if they will give her belly rubs when she flops down to relax.  Both are great with their litter box and love carrot snack time.

Comet & Lilly

Comet & Lilly are twin sisters who are both happy, good natured buns.  A little about Comet: she is a speedy girl who loves to run around really fast. She does the best flops where she tries to go almost all the way on her back. She’s great with her litter box. A little about Lilly: she loves to binky around and you will often find her grooming her sibling. She is not shy towards people. Like her sister, she is great with her litter box.  These girls are looking forward to being adopted by people committed to providing them with a House Rabbit living environment that will allow them room to exercise and become part of the family.

Shelly and TJ

Shelly and TJ

This is an adorable pair with a sad story. They were found in an empty lot, left in a closed pet carrier. It had rained the night before so there were a few inches of water in the carrier. They were sitting in it, wet and cold with nothing to eat. Very luckily people cutting grass for their guinea pigs found them. You couldn’t get a friendlier, more personable pair. Shelly is a very small, grey lionhead – probably about 6 months old. TJ is a Himalayan male, who was only about 2 months old when he came. He is now bigger than Shelly. Check out some videos of this adorable, friendly pair on our YouTube channel! Video 1 and Video 2.

sammie

Photo of Sammie

Sammie

Sweet Sammie is a young rabbit, only about 4-5 months old. She was found outside and so is very timid, as the world has been a scary place for her so far! Through kindness and routine she is slowly learning that life isn’t too bad after all. She will benefit from an understanding home that will give her the time she needs to bloom into a House Rabbit.

Spartan

Photo of Spartan, white lionhead with dark eyes

Spartan

This handsome lionhead is a cheeky, social bunny who seeks a quiet, calm home (adult human companions only, please – not children). Rabbit-friendly cats and dogs could be fine, and he might even enjoy a rabbit companion or two, given proper introductions. Spartan seemed “aggressive” in his first adoptive family but he was reacting out of fear. Since then he has been in a foster home, where he has been socialized and exposed to lots of new things; he is much more confident now.

Spartan enjoys living free-range and receiving leisurely head pats (he purrs). He might be a good agility candidate, as he vaults 3 feet into the garden when he gets to play there (with his human supervising to make sure he is safe, of course). Spartan needs a home where someone with patience will help him continue to build confidence.

Pinky and Tilly

Pinky and Tilly

This mom and daughter are tricky to photograph because of their gorgeous contrasting colour.  Tilly is the brown/black Mama rabbit and can be a bit shy until she gets to know you. No wonder, as she was thrown out to fend for herself and have a couple of litters of babies. She was caught and then two days later gave birth to 10 kits. Only 6 survived and Pinky is one of them. Pinky is used to people and more confident than her mom. They are a bonded pair and will be wonderful, interesting house rabbits.