Victor

Victor

Victor

Victor makes you feel all the feels! 💗

He was found wandering all by himself and – being a senior bunny – this means that someone must have showed him the door :(. Victor is a gentle, friendly boy, so must have had a home; it is heartbreaking that he found himself lost and alone.

Fortunately he has found his way to VRRA and we are hopeful that there is someone out there with a soft spot for seniors. He has lots of love left to give and needs to fill-up on forehead scritches and loving conversation.

If you are looking for a calm, sweet soul to bring depth and meaning to your home, Victor may be your man. He’s also super handsome!

Lewis

Lewis is ready to party! As you can see this little Netherland Dwarf Cross likes tossing things around and he’s awesome at the ‘find the hidden treats ‘ game (as well as ‘store your toys in the water dish’ game). Lewis is The Best. And cuter-than-cute. Also hilarious.

If you’re new to the world of House Rabbits check out our Rabbit 101 page for great info  and then once you’re in-the-know and ready to commit, come adopt yourself the perfect party animal – Lewis is ready for you!

Lewis

Lewis

Lewis

River

River

River

River

River

 

River is a wonderfully friendly bunny who was abandoned at a golf course. He is an active, friendly (he gives kisses!) and confident rabbit. He’s still young and so will require supervision, as he’s a curious boy.

River has the softest fur ever! His lovely pale tortoiseshell coat is a magnet for spending time petting and chatting with him. He will be a wonderful House Rabbit for a lucky person.

Snowy & Korina

Snowy and Korina

Snowy

Korina

This is Mr Snowy (grey fur) and Ms Korina (tan coat), who are best friends and love to play together. They are interesting and outgoing bunnies.

Karen

Karen

Karen

Karen

Karen

This is Karen, a dear little bunny who is very lucky to be alive and safe. She was put in a bag and thrown out of car in a Vancouver neighbourhood. Luckily a kind person saw this happen and went over to the bag to investigate. Thank goodness for Good Samaritans. Despite the cruelty she’s endured, she is a happy and inquisitive rabbit, eager to socialize and have a kind hand stroke her head.

Karen has matured into a super-smart bunny! She is curious and eager for lots of socialization and conversation! Her adoptive humans will need to be prepared for a little creature that expects to be involved in their daily lives. Karen will not be content to just sit in a pen with nothing to do. She would probably do well with clicker training or rabbit agility.

 

Kanga and Roo

Kanga Roo

Kanga Roo

Kanga Roo

Did you know that dark-furred pets have a really hard time finding homes? Studies have shown that they’re the last to be adopted and the first to be euthanized (please note that VRRA is a no-kill shelter). They suffer from all kinds of silly myths, superstitions and stigmas. As well, they are difficult to photograph and in our visually-obsessed world, that’s a tough strike against them.

Our two Black Beauties shown here are Kanga & Roo, and they’d like a chance to dispel your bad luck fears! They owe their lives to a kind person who rescued them from behind a dumpster in a parking garage when they were about 2 weeks old. How’s that for good luck?! Thanks to those kind people they have grown into a fun brother-sister duo, who are very dashing looking with their sleek and shiny black fur.

They’ve lived at the shelter their whole lives and so need people who will give them a chance to relax and time to get un-institutionalized. Pets that have spent a long time in shelters sometimes take a bit of time for their personalities to fully flower once they are freed of life in a cage.