Cinnabun

Cinnabun is a red brown Rex female probably about 3.5 years old.

This poor little rabbit was surrendered to VRRA Vancouver Rabbit Rescue due to allergies and lack of time. Please, folks, test for allergies before getting a pet bunny rabbit!

Cinnabun is a lovely, soft coated girl who loves to be petted. She is a little shy sometimes and does not like to be picked up (like most rabbits) but she really appreciates petting.

Cinnabun uses her litter box and isn’t a destructive rabbit. She is overweight and learning to eat a better diet so needs a home with rabbit experienced people.

Hydro

Hydro is a very relaxed and well-behaved bunny that is happy to be lounging around in his favourite spot. He also loves to explore, is friendly with people and will come to sit with you while you are working or lying down.

He is always excited to get treats and attention and will follow you around right under your feet if he thinks you’re going for food. Clean and good with litterbox.”

He got his name because he was abandoned near a large hydro installation.

Nathan

Handsome Nathan is a guy with a past.  He was first abandoned at a wildlife rehabilitation centre.  Then he made his way to Vancouver Rabbit Rescue.

He is a very, happy, curious boy .  He knows how to relax once he’s finished running laps.  He’s a busy boy and will make a great companion rabbit.

Nathan did get into a fight with another boy rabbit and lost.  He was left with a torn ear which we think gives him a rakish look.

Scarlett

Beautiful Scarlett came to the shelter with three babies after being rescued off the streets.  She was very scared upon arrival. But, slowly, she is starting to trust again – especially if you have a treat in your hand!

She is looking for a quiet home; a home with experienced rabbit owners where she can feel safe and loved. 

Scarlett has so much potential to blossom, won’t you give her a chance? And just look at those magnificent blue eyes.

Coco

Coco is a Harlequin rabbit who came in as a girl and is going out as a boy! This happens because young rabbits are hard to sex.

Whether male or female this is a super nice bunny.

Coco was originally picked up as a stray baby bunny. He was born in the summer of 2021.

He is very friendly. Coco was very sad to lose the home he was in where he slept on the bed. His parting was unavoidable and caused pain for his previous person who loved him very much. Coco looks forward to finding a new and forever home with lots of love.

Miss Muppet

Meet Miss Muppet..

This beautiful black bunny with helicopter ears will keep you on your toes while also stealing your heart. She’s quite the character rabbit – sweet as pie and as spicy as can be.

Muppet will need a bunny-experienced home; teenager to adult would be best. Muppet is possessive of her space and has been known to bite. She’s normally great when free-roaming the house – her attitude seems to only be with sharing her stuff or having her area cleaned.

She’s great with respectful cats and dogs. She loves to cuddle and be pet on her terms. This spunky girl is in search of her perfect home. 

Cottontail

What a darling!

Cottontail is looking for his forever home.

Aptly named, as the tip of his tail is lighter gray and looks like a cotton ball. Inquisitive and loves his free time. It’s like he can’t believe his good luck when you give him attention. He’s happy with his chew toys and cardboard.

Cottontail adoptable rabbit
Cottontail VRRA

Bundito

Hi I’m Bundito!

Scrounging for treats is my game, I’m a foodie. I love to dig around in a dig box to see what I can come up with.

I just never know what I might find- sometimes treats, sometimes new toys. I am what they call a curious bunny, and love to investigate new areas. I like to have lots of hay to munch on and can be found nibbling on my cardboard boxes or tossing around my toys.

I enjoy my space and can be a bit possessive, I’ll grunt to let you know I want to be left alone. I need a bunny experienced home. If you’d like to be my new home please apply to adopt me. 

Ira and Gopy

Gopy (silver/blue) and Ira (brown/agouti) are “brothers from another mother”.

Both were found as tiny babies within a few weeks of each other in different locations alone on the streets of Vancouver.  They’ve grown up together in foster care and are both exceptionally sweet, affectionate and funny young rabbits.

As bonded buns, they are looking forward to living together in a loving home, where they can continue to bring joy to humans as they enjoy lots of free roam time and enrichment. 

They are neutered and aside from some territorial droppings (likely due to their foster mom’s own resident rabbits) they are quite good with their litter boxes. They are very loving towards each other and groom one another constantly. Both boys are very accepting of cuddles.

Poppy & Pansy

Poppy and Pansy are a double-dose of adorable!

Poppy (white spot on the nose) has a very loving personality and is always ready for a cuddle. She loves to sit on one’s lap for extended periods of time while receiving pats & kisses. Pansy has an adventurous personality and loves to explore. She is the alpha girl who looks out for both of them. Pansy is warming up to cuddles – on her terms – she dislikes being picked up – as most bunnies do. 


Their ltterbox habits are consistently great 98% of the time. Poppy & Pansy enjoy a healthy diet and an occasional treat (banana, berries, apple). 

Both bunnies enjoy nibbling on cardboard, showing off with binkies, zoomies and a comfy hide-out box to sleep in together. These bun-sisters will be awesome free-roaming house bunnies, as they have been thriving having a spacious room of their own in foster.


Poppy & Pansy will bring much joy, love and laughs to whomever is lucky enough to become their Forever Home. Is that you?