Charlotte

Charlotte

 

Charlotte is from one of two litters from the same mom; an accidental breeding (please spay and neuter!!) She is shy until she knows her people and her space. She is a good bunny, litter trained and not destructive. She is a good house rabbit.

Jacob

Jacob is a lucky boy. He was rescued from an area in Richmond where an owl was taking his friends and relatives. He is definitely not a feral rabbit as he is calm and friendly. Like most rabbits Jacob prefers to not be picked up, but enjoys people coming down to his level for a nice chat and pet. Jacob has a great personality and will be a lovely house bunny.

Forrest and Fern

Forest & Fern

Forest & Fern

Forest & Fern

These magnificent rabbits are a brother and sister. Forrest, the boy, is the lighter brown. These are large, very friendly and busy rabbits, and look forward to being able to run and play in someone’s home. Both will happily run up to you and are very curious and out-going. They will be interesting and amusing house rabbits and hope to join someone’s family soon!

During the summer they get to spend lots of time outside of their cage and in the VRRA yard, where we call them our Sunbeam Super Loungers. Check out their sweet video too.

Forrest Fern

Forrest Fern

Forrest Fern

George

George

George

George

George is a super handsome black-and-orange harlequin Lionhead, on the small side of medium. This guy really needs a home; he’s lived at VRRA since he was only a few months old (born 2016).  He’s curious, friendly and tidy, and deserves to know what it’s like to be loved and part of a family.

George is used to being around other bunnies and would probably be a good candidate for someone looking to bond their spayed girl bunny with a friend.  Come and check George out, he’s worth it and he has lots of years of bunny love left to give.

Hawthorn and Cedar

Cedar and Hawthorn

Aren’t Cedar & Hawthorn the cutest?? As you can see from the photo, these sisters are two peas-in-a-pod and love to snuggle together, making for endless adorable photos.  They are Holland Lop/Lionhead crosses, with Hawthorn having dark tones and the longer Lionhead fur, while Cedar has lighter colouring and the more traditional Holland Lop look.  They are young adults, which means that they have long lives ahead of them, but have matured beyond the ‘messy untrained baby bun’ stage. They are outgoing and love to dash about and socialize. Their foster home reports that they are good with their litter box and are excellent hay eaters (that equates to healthy bun-buns). They are lovely girls who have received great House Rabbit training in their foster home, and are ready to graduate to a Forever Home.

Pierre

Pierre

Pierre

Pierre is a debonair young rabbit, calm and friendly. He is a small bunny. Pierre looks a little sad in these photos as used to have a home but was surrendered through no fault of his own. He deserves a lifetime commitment and will make a wonderful house bunny for a lucky person.

Newton and Elf

Newton and Elf

Newton and Elf

Newton and Elf

Meet Newton & Elf, a goofy, loveable pair of youngsters.  Like many bunnies at our shelter, these two sadly found themselves abandoned in a park. This is a terrible thing to do to any bun-bun but especially someone like Newton (blue eyes) who has a neurological condition.  This awesome pair are committed to each other and will bring double luck and love to their future home.

We encourage all potential adopters to do their rabbit homework: your future bunny companion is depending on you to be knowledgeable of what they need to be healthy and happy, and to commit for their lifetime.  We have lots of useful information on our website and also check out www.rabbit.org.

Stella & Star

Stella Star

Stella Star

Meet Stella and Star, Himalayan sisters abandoned in White Rock. Himalayans are white with coloured points and usually known for their calm nature.  These lovely girls are currently in foster care and their foster family reports that they are well-behaved, have good litter box habits and love playing with cardboard boxes.

Echo & Blu

Echo & Blu

Echo & Blu are a brother-sister BFF duo! Debonair Echo is the all-white one of the pair and is a super adventurous and curious boy. He is high energy and loves to explore. If you’ve ever thought about having your pet bunny join a rabbit agility club, this guy shows great potential! You will often find him trying to jump up on boxes double his height. If you lie down on the floor next to him, he will jump up on your chest. Echo’s sister, Blu, is also a very curious bun that likes to be close to her brother and follow what he does. You can tell her apart as she has some brown markings on her body. She also loves her human friends, especially if they will give her belly rubs when she flops down to relax.  Both are great with their litter box and love carrot snack time.

Comet & Lilly

Comet & Lilly are twin sisters who are both happy, good natured buns.  A little about Comet: she is a speedy girl who loves to run around really fast. She does the best flops where she tries to go almost all the way on her back. She’s great with her litter box. A little about Lilly: she loves to binky around and you will often find her grooming her sibling. She is not shy towards people. Like her sister, she is great with her litter box.  These girls are looking forward to being adopted by people committed to providing them with a House Rabbit living environment that will allow them room to exercise and become part of the family.