Romeo and Juliet

Romeo Juliet

Romeo Juliet

Unlike Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, these two lovebuns get a happy ending together. Their story began as a tragedy, as they were found outside in the pouring rain in the dark where someone had obviously dumped them.

They have been recovering in one of our lovely foster homes, where they are starting to come around with some TLC. However they will do best in an adult home.  Romeo (dark ears and spots) loves to be brushed and Juliet (lighter coloured fur) enjoys running around. They are both playful once they have gotten to know you and feel they can relax.

They are both extremely cute lop eared lion head rabbits and are in need of a quiet loving permanent place to reside with someone who won’t abandon them again.

Buckley

Buckley

Buckley, what a sweet dude! He is a friendly, clean, active and curious fun-bun who someone will be so very lucky to adopt and wonder to themselves afterwards, “how did I ever live life without this sweet rabbit??”

Hershey & Purdy

Hershey Purdy

Hershey Purdy

Hershey Purdy

Meet our beautiful chocolate rabbit pair, Hersey & Purdy! Unlike chocolate Easter bunnies, these two require love and commitment for their 10+ year lifetimes but will reward you with sweet bunny antics and affection!

They are active and curious siblings, and have good litter box skills.

H&P are spending time in a foster home and their temporary family reports, “They are learning to trust us; Hershey enjoys being pet. We can tell that Purdy wants to be pet too, but is still afraid to get close. But he’ll let us feed him his greens by hand. They love chewing and find ripping up cardboard to be a lot of fun.”

Anna and Olaf

Anna Olaf

Anna Olaf

Anna Olaf

Anna Olaf

Introducing Anna and Olaf! They’ve been living in a foster home and are very used to children and an active household. They are fun little buns who will enjoy space to roam and play.

You can tell them apart easily once you get to know their personalities: Anna, smaller than her brother, is not scared of any situation. She also has a smaller face so her ears look larger! You will often find her up on something looking around; she loves to see what is going on around her. Olaf, a little more shy than his sister, still loves to hang out with the family on the couch and get lots of head rubs. He’s a bit of a goofball and will jump and chase his sister around. They are total BFF’s!

They love toys, vegetables, hay and are VERY good with their litter box for such young buns. These two will make wonderful lifetime additions to a lucky family.

Norman and Nathan

Norman Nathan

Norman Nathan

Norman Nathan

“Before” Norman Nathan

Norman and Nathan are lucky dudes! They were found abandoned, 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. They still have a few small boo-boo’s healing up on their noses. They are a loving duo.

Bluze and Jazz

Bluze Jazz

Bluze Jazz

Bluze Jazz

Bluze Jazz

These special-need friendly-fuzzies deserve a home where they can chill out and be adored for the cool cats that they are!  We didn’t capture very good photos as they were too busy playing with toys and didn’t want to stay still 🙂

Jazzy-Jazz has ongoing teeth issues and will need to visit the bunny dentist for ongoing dental maintenance. Bluze has head-tilt challenges that make her wobbly.

These two require a rabbit-experienced home but if you are looking for incredibly handsome/beautiful bunnies that deserve extra love and attention, then check out this sweet duo.

Permanent foster is a possible.

 

Barbie and Tiger

Tiger Barbie

Tiger Barbie

Tiger Barbie

Tiger Barbie

If you are looking for fuzzy-wuzzies, then look no further than this brother-sister duo!

Barbie & Tiger are Californian-Lionhead crosses, the perfect match of outgoing friendliness packaged in fuzzy bodies 🙂

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.

Esser

Esser

Esser

Esser is an outgoing young bunny. His Mom was discovered in a bag inside a box that was in a DUMPSTER downtown. She had babies shortly after being rescued; Esser and his siblings were lucky to be reared in one of our loving foster homes. He is now a neutered and ready for adoption – he’s anxious to get out of his shelter cage and back into a house routine with committed humans for the rest of his life (10+ years).

Esser is full of personality and is very opinionated! This makes him a super-interesting bunny but probably a handful for a first-time rabbit person, and he won’t do well with young children.

The video shows Esser hanging with his siblings.

Alfred & Mary

Alfred

Mary

Alfred and Mary

Mary (black) & Alfred (brown) are a lovely couple, friendly and social and very good House Bunnies with excellent litter box habits. They have found themselves at the shelter through no fault of their own. They are a joy to get to know as individuals as they have very distinct personalities (as all bunnies do).

They are currently in foster and their temporary family report that both enjoy being pet, Mary especially so. She will come up and nudge your leg impatiently and your hand will get a “boop” with her nose, if you stop stroking her forehead too prematurely!

They are living peaceably with a mature easy-going cat, although Mary patrols their bunny headquarters (the area where their litter box and food dishes are located) and will chase the cat off, if he steps over the invisible boundary of “her” territory.  Alfred is more brave and enjoys doing bunny binkys as he races around the house. Mary will explore the areas she can get to with a rug surface, but shies away from wood floors.

Alfred and Mary DO NOT LIKE being picked up. We expect they were extremely over-handled by small children in a previous home, and they will hold a grudge for a long time if any person tries to carry them around. Alfred in particular will flail and panic if carried. Their foster family respect this and know that visits and pets with these bunny take place on the floor, or if they choose to jump up on a chair or couch. They absolutely love monitored time in the bunny-proofed backyard, and get gently guided into a pet carrier to be moved from the house to the yard, and back.

Bunny duos are the best because rabbits are social animals – most crave the companionship of another bunny. Rabbit pairs groom each other, sleep, eat and play together. They keep each other company when you are busy or out of the house – companions against loneliness and boredom.

Bonded rabbits form extremely close attachments and their happy, hilarious and sweet interactions will expand your heart and life. But don’t worry that two bunnies will ignore their humans – they will give you double the love and fun of one!