Opal (South Surrey)

This gorgeous, friendly little mini Rex, Opal, came into the VRRA fold when her owner had to leave the country.  She’s been used to lots of attention in her former home and would love to be adored in her next.  She is velvety soft and tiny.

She loves her hay, lettuce, Italian parsley, carrot tops but not a lover of pellets.  If you want a bunny that just wants to be loved Opal is the one.  She’s also very clean.

She’s definitely a favourite of all she meets! If you would like to meet Opal, please apply today.

Auzie (Vancouver)

Auzie is a beautiful, mini Rex in a black otter velvet coat. She is timid at first and needs a home with a patient person who will spend time with her. She uses her litter box and is not a chewy rabbit. Auzie will blossom in the right home and be an awesome pet bunny. If you would like to adopt Auzie, please apply today!

Jorunna (South Surrey)

Meet Jorunna! She was named during our “name a bunny” auction.. Jorunna aka Bunny Slug Of The Sea!

Since birth she was affectionately nicknamed “Odd Ball” by her foster. She is called Odd Ball because she is… well… odd. This baby girl has ruby eyes and very different markings from her litter mates. She has a refined way about her, and the cutest little dark ears that don’t quite make it down to her head! It’s like they got dunked in cocoa powder!

Cute, curious and playful as many baby rabbits are, this one is also a discriminating foodie. Odd Ball takes her napping very seriously; after a long day of exploring, you’ll find her flopped under her log hidey house. Jorunna is a dwarf cross so will stay a smaller rabbit. She was born Jan 1, 2023.  She has been good in her foster home with other respectful pets. If you interested in meeting her, please apply to adopt today. 

Trisha (Vancouver)

Trisha is a shy, little rabbit. She looks like a wild cottontail but she is an abandoned domestic rabbit. Trisha was found in Kitsilano hiding under cars. At first she was terrified of everything. Now she will come forward to eat while we are there and we can sometimes get a touch in if we are quiet and gentle.

Trisha needs a quiet and patient home with people who will let her blossom in her own time. If you are interested in giving her that home, please apply today!