Mister

Mister

Mister

Meet Mr. Mister. He’s a lovely well-behaved bun who is litter-trained and gets along well with (bunny-savvy) small dogs and 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.

Teddy

Teddy

Teddy is an adorable and curious little lionhead cross. He has very good litter box skills.

Teddy is looking for an understanding and kind home to build up his trust. He’s getting there and will make an endearing companion for someone or somebun.

Gregory

Gregory

Gregory

Meet Gregory, an adorable Netherland Dwarf just entering his middle-aged years (about 4). After half a lifetime of devotion, his human family moved away and left him. However, Greg is ready to start a new life with trustworthy people.  He is sweet, friendly and calm, and also good with (bunny-savvy) cats and dogs. Talk about a long list of amazing attributes – as well as being cute as a button.

Taffy

Taffy

Taffy

Taffy is an active and friendly young girl, born at a municipal shelter. She is very happy to have found her way to VRRA because she was born with a smaller left eye, that resulted in her eyelashes turning in and rubbing against her cornea, which is a very painful condition! VRRA raised funds for her eye surgery which fixed the problem, and as you can see in the photos, she is fully healed and ready for action.

 

Bandit

Bandit

Bandit

Bandit is a small, silky-black rabbit with deep brown eyes. He is a traumatized little one, having been abandoned on a golf course. He is understandably shy and needs an understanding home to draw him out of his shell.

Jackie

Jackie

Jackie

Jackie

Sweet, sweet Jackie! She came to the shelter as an owner surrender but looked like she had been abandoned: she was starved and dirty, with urine stains on her feet (a sign of being forced to sit in her own filth).  The first few days at the shelter her eyes had the look of someone who had given up hope :(.

But as you can see from the photos, she has a bright demeanour now, and is soaking up all the love and attention.  She deserves to be a valued member of the family and looks forward to being adopted by kind and committed people who will do their homework about House Rabbit care.

Tannis

Tanner

Tanner

Tanner

Tannis is a young, friendly and curious little girl! She’s lucky to be getting a second chance at life, after being abandoned in a hotel room. She’s ready to start again with a committed home that’s prepared to love and care for her for the next 10+ years.

Tannis is pure black with one unique white front paw.

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.

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.

Diva

Diva

Diva

Diva

Check out this little girl with the gigantic eyes! Don’t let her tiny size fool you though, she’s earned her Diva name; she may be tiny but she’s very feisty. You would be too, if your family decided they weren’t interested in you and dropped you at a shelter. Diva has lots of life and love left to give, if she can find an adoptive family that will show her committed kindness.