Ira & Gopy (Vancouver)

If you’re looking for THE BEST pair of rabbits, Ira and Gopy aka “The Husbuns” are it! 

 These two boys were rescued within a few weeks of each other from different locations from the streets of Vancouver when they were just teeny, tiny babies found all alone. They’ve grown up together in foster care and are both exceptionally sweet, affectionate and funny young rabbits. They have now been with their foster family for a year. They both have amazing personalities that compliment the other, making Ira and Gopy a perfect pair of buns.

Ira (the brown agouti) is a feisty, intelligent bun with a big personality! Affectionate and outgoing, he’ll also thump at you when things don’t go his way. He’ll give you kisses all day long! He’s even trained his foster family to give him pets on a schedule! In contrast, easy going Gopy’s (blue grey) motto is “Don’t worry, Be happy”. This gentle, easy going guy loves nothing more than munching lettuce and stretching out in the sunshine. He doesn’t demand pets like Ira does, but he’ll still give you the pleasure of petting his incredibly soft, plush fur.

Ira + Gopy = a pair of buns that will keep you endlessly entertained with their antics, and love you as much as you love them! 

 If you are interested in adopting Ira and Gopy, please apply today!

Demarcus (Vancouver)

Meet Demarcus, a beautiful harlequin rabbit who is ready for his furever home and is sure to hop his way into your heart.

Although Demarcus can be a bit shy at first, he loves to explore, find cosy places to hide and get pets. In his spare time, he enjoys playing in his tube and shredding newspaper and cardboard. He’s also a responsible rabbit who uses his litter box properly. Demarcus is a gentle, respectful rabbit who puts up with being picked up when needed.

Demarcus is a real bun-dle of joy to have around the house and will make an adorable addition to your family. If you are interested in adopting him, please apply today!

Edith (Vancouver)

Edith is a medium sized, black and white spotted female under 2 yrs old. She was abandoned on a doorstep with a note telling us she was not spayed and was one and half yrs old. Edith is now spayed and vaccinated and ready for a forever home.

She is a bit shy at first but adventurous and curious once she feels settled. She is very good with her litter box and sticks to chewing her own things. She may like a rabbit companion. If you would like to adopt Edith, please apply today!

Anita (Vancouver)

Here is a rabbit for the real rabbit lover. Anita is very active and curious. She will want to check every corner of your house. She’s friendly and likes attention in between dashing about exploring. She may taste a few things, although she is not a really chewy rabbit. She is good with her litter box. Anita is sometimes possessive of her things and will nip you if you mess with them. All in all she will be a very amusing pet. She could also be a good agility bunny as running and jumping are her thing. She was found at 59th and Fraser in Vancouver and is about 2 yrs old.

If you can give Anita a loving home, please apply today!

Lennon & Minerva (Vancouver)

Lennon and Minerva are the cutest sibling duo, both are almost 1 year old (born May 4th 2022). They are shy, but gentle with humans and warm up to people with time. Lennon is the daring sibling, while Minerva (right white paw) is the more cautious sibling. They don’t enjoy being petted unless they are familiar with you. They love a good chew toy, specifically pieces of cardboard or apple wood stick. They also love their salads and like to play tug-a-war with each other over pieces of lettuce. 

The sweetest moments shared are post-meals, when in a dreamy food-coma state, they like to sploot beside each other and snuggle. They have so much love between them, in fact, they like lick and groom their rabbit stuffy as well! Lennon and Minerva are very clean and well litter-trained. There is never a dull moment with these two cuties! If you would like to give them a loving home, please apply today!

Freya (Vancouver)

Freya came from Richmond during the very cold wet weather. She was reported to us as a friendly rabbit with two babies who were not doing well. The babies had been injured badly and one died right away. The other lived for a few days. This baby was taken away to be cared for but Freya had to stay behind as they had no room for her. The baby was taken back everyday and Freya was there waiting for the baby to nurse. Alas he could not be saved but little Freya was taken to a warm home and has thrived.

She is a bit shy but does like to be petted as long as one is quiet and calm with her. She did very well at Bunny Yoga, running around to visit people. She looks for that loving home, not too noisy with patient people. If you can give her that home, please apply today.

Rolo (Vancouver)

This lovely dark harlequin boy, born June 10, 2022, is Snickers’ brother and he will be a good house rabbit and companion.

Rolo is friendly and outgoing, good with his litter box. He loves to rip up his newspaper and race about. He can be shy if there are loud noises but he will quickly adjust to new surroundings and become more forward when he is comfortable in his space. If you can give him a loving home, please apply today!

Scout (Vancouver)

Scout is brother to Dustin, Suzie, Ringo, Sky, Lennon and Minerva. He is the only one that is grey. He is an interesting mix of very bold and also shy.

Scout is very active and curious but cautious at the same time. He can sometimes be defensive of his space. He will need a rabbit lover who is willing to be patient with him. Some one on one time with treats will go a long way. He is a clean bunny and not a destructive boy. If you can give Scout a home, please apply today!

Brontë Family (Vancouver)

Meet Charlotte, Emily and Branwell. We call them the Brontë Family! They are siblings though each one is very different. They were born about Dec 15th, 2022 in a Richmond Park, where they were picked up about 4 weeks old.

Emily is white with blue eyes, Charlotte is a grey and white Dutch and Branwell is a male brown agouti. He is the shyest and lets his sisters take the lead. They are a fun bunch – active and playful – but need time to know their place and people. At first Charlotte, Emily and Branwell will be shy. We hope someone can offer them a loving home where they can all stay together. If that someone is you, please apply today!

Douglas & Jackie (Vancouver)

These two met at our shelter and became friends as baby rabbits. Douglas, a black male was found in April 29, 2022, at Park Royal in West Vancouver when about 2-3 months old. Jackie, a brown agouti female, was found May 7, 2022 on Blenheim St., Vancouver when about 6 weeks old. They grew up together.

Douglas is the more out-going and leads the way for Jackie who tends to be shy. Both are good with their litter box. They would love space to explore. If you can give them a home, please apply today!