Smokie

We don’t know much about sweet little Smokie, except that she was found scared and alone in South Vancouver. She is a beautiful young bunny and we hope that she can grow up in a committed home and become a much loved and cared for House Rabbit.

Moonlight & Stormy

Moonlight and Stormy

Aw, look at these two! These adorable little bunnies spent their whole lives living in a pet store cage before finally being abandoned. Rabbits are not caged pets and suffer when kept in such an unnatural way.

Fortunately youth is on their side (born approx September 2019) and their personalities haven’t been affected by the mistreatment: they are friendly and forward little bunnies. Moonlight (girl) is the white dwarf with amazing blue eyes, and Stormy is the handsome Netherland dwarf with Himalayan markings.

They are enjoying the bit of freedom that being in a roomy shelter cage (and exercise pen) has brought them, but their personalities will really begin to shine when they have opportunity to live a true House Rabbit life with a committed and loving person(s).

Pancake

This is baby Pancake, a harlequin bunny born approx March 2020. She is an enthusiastic, curious and playful young girl who is learning good House Rabbit manners in a loving foster home. 

Like any typical House Rabbit, she needs space to explore and loving, committed human(s) to care for her. She may be a good candidate for bonding with a neutered boy bun. She’s very friendly and is full of kisses for the humans she’s learned to trust. 

She loves to stand up tall on her back legs for a carrot or banana tidbit! She is a talented jumper so will need a tall pen for her “home base” (whenever she needs to be secured). She loves to run through her cardboard tunnel and then go to her favourite spot to nap. Pancake is now ready for her forever home where her human(s) can give her all the love she deserves.

Pancake

Echo

 

Echo

Echo is a curious and slightly cheeky 6 month old (as of August 2020) bunny.  She is extremely tidy and fully litterbox trained.  Echo lives free range in her foster home and loves getting a chance to dig in the yard, whenever possible.  She is good with kids and chickens (!) but hasn’t met any other animals yet.  Echo is very active and, while she is friendly, she prefers to socialize on her own terms and isn’t much of a cuddler because she’s usually too busy exploring.

Check out this cute of her digging. IMG_2073

Hamish

Hamish

Hamish is a super handsome young Dutch Cross bunny with special needs. He has problematic teeth that will need regular maintenance from a knowledgeable vet. He will have good quality of life if he receives this care. We would love to get Hamish into a Foster Home so he can have fun and be loved – VRRA will pay for his medical care while he is in foster. Hunky Hamish is an awesome little bunny.

Nellie

This is Nellie, a petite little lady found alone in the big city near Granville Street. Nellie is exceptionally beautiful with her angular look and beautiful eyes. She is still a little scared and recovering from being abandoned. She will make a wonderful companion to someone willing to invest love and patience. Nellie will be worth it.

Nellie

Nellie

Brûlée

Brûlée

Brûlée

Brûlée

Brûlée

Brûlée is an absolutely adorable little bunny! However she requires a rabbit-savvy, experienced Forever Person. She is a feisty little soul, and can act out in fear. She needs someone that will be patient to gain her trust, and accept her for who she is.

Mister

Mister

Mister

Meet Mr. Mister. He’s a lovely, calm and well-behaved bun who is litter-trained and gets along well with (bunny-savvy)  cats. He may be a good candidate for bonding with a spayed girl bunny.

Like most rabbits he has a sweet tooth and loves (in moderation) banana treats, as well as bok choy and apples. He has a very relaxed personality and enjoys having his head rubbed.

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. Sweet Korina received an injury to her back by a thoughtless human that resulted in some minor nerve damage. This doesn’t affect her quality of life but does mean that she has some mild incontinence. Having an easily washable rug (check out Ruggables ) for their home base will make this issue very easy to deal with.