Chip (South Surrey)

Meet Chip! This compact little guy came in as a stray to the local shelter.  He sat there with no interest but then he joined the ranks of VRRA adorable adoptables.

Chip is between 1 and 2 years old, shy until he gets to know you.  Once he does you’ll get a flop from him.  He’s litter trained and clean.  Loves his greens and looks forward to his daily cookie.

He’s at present in a foster home with dogs, other rabbits and two Guinea pigs.  So he may like a rabbit friend.

Probably he would like a quieter home.  Even though he’s used to a house with other animals.

Please do your research, fill in an adoption form and make this little guy happy!

Jenna (South Surrey)

Meet Jenna!

Jenna came into the shelter as a very young kit maybe 2–3 days old with her siblings and mom. The babies’ nest was found in a construction site in Richmond when a crew was getting ready to pour concrete. VRRA volunteers went out to pick up the babies and trap the mother rabbit. Jenna has been given the estimated DOB: Oct 15, 2021 She is a beautiful spayed black female. 

Jenna is a perfect companion for people who work from home. Her current foster works from home as a language interpreter, which is a stressful job because we take calls from 911 and hospitals. Jenna’s positive cuddly personality brings joy to even the hardest days. 

Jenna is very smart and she knows how to tell you what she needs – sometimes her foster is amazed by her communication skills. Jenna loves zoomies and she’s definitely an artist for re-shaping a carpet runs!

Jenna is not a big fan of being picked up but she LOVES to be stroked & pet. Her favourite areas are forehead, ear, shoulder and back. Jenna has great litter skills all around a pretty clean rabbit. If you’d like to meet Jenna apply today!

Ducky (South Surrey)

Meet Ducky! 

She would love a home with lots of space to do her zoomies and binkies. She might even be a great agility bunny. She is full of personality & came in as stray young baby on Aug 6, 2022.  She was around 5 days old when found in a baseball diamond covered in sand with her siblings.

Ducky enjoys loop treats and rose petals. She is spayed and vaccinated and ready to be adopted! Ideally, she would do best in a rabbit-experienced adult-only home. 

Apply today to meet Ducky!

Han and Luke (South Surrey)

Our second pair of Star Wars brothers Han and Luke have been with us at least a year.  Came here as little strays, they were hand reared in a loving foster home.

They are curious especially about new things, love toys and will do anything for a treat.  Always eager for food.  Both enjoy zooming around and would most likely enjoy agility.

Han and Luke would do better in a home with older children or a rabbit savvy home.  They are very active, happy interactive rabbits, very neat and tidy.  They would be an entertaining addition to any home. If you would like to meet Han and Luke, please apply today.

Trisha and Truffle (Vancouver)

Trisha is a shy, brown girl who is now with a younger boy, Truffle, a black bunny with a white nose. They have a real Romeo/Juliet story! They were both out in their pens during the day and Truffle jumped out of his pen and into Trisha’s pen. We found them like that when we took them into their cages and they have been together ever since. They chose each other.

Trisha is now becoming less shy as Truffle is showing her that humans are not so bad. Truffle is almost a year old. He is the more out-going and friendly. He came from Richmond as a baby about 6 wks. He is about one year old now and Trisha is about 2 yrs and was found in Kits. They are good with their litter box. Trisha likes to chew cardboard. They would prefer a quiet home.

If you are interested in adopting Trisha and Truffle, please apply today!

Alfie, Alan, Alma and Amos

Alfie, Alan, Alma and Amos

 

Special rabbits for special people. These sibling (one sister and 3 brothers) lost their front feet to a predator when they were small babies. The most likely scenario is that they were kept on wire and that something bit their little feet off from below. Alfie, Alma, Alan and Amos do not know that they are different. They love each other as the photo shows. Alfie and Amos get around so you wouldn’t notice they were different. Alan and Alma have slightly more trouble as they lost a little more leg. But they all behave as normal rabbits and are  doing very well. It is, of course, important that they are kept on surfaces that will not hurt their legs but this is not a difficult thing to do and they use their litter boxes well. All are in good health and are good hay eaters. It would be wonderful if they could find a loving foster home together. Everything could be provided. Only love needs to be added.