Reasons to adopt:
Offer Animals New Hope - Many pets are victims of circumstance - moving, allergies, lack of forethought & deserve a new home. These bunnies bring you unconditional love & companionship. Be a bunny hero! Adopters are heroes in the battle against pet overpopulation & to their new pet!
Adoption fee's for adopting rabbits vary & will be discussed during the first meeting. We do ask for a minimum donation of $50 to help cover vet costs.
Donations are gladly accepted so that we can continue to provide the best care possible for all rabbits as well as getting them spayed & neutered before going to their new homes as well as any other vet costs they may have.
Rabbits for adoption!
Gender: Neutered Buck (Neutered October 26, 2017)
Age: Born Approx May 20, 2017
Intake Date: June 29, 2017
Who is that handsome black and white boy with the perfect blaze you ask? Why, that would be Carl of course!
Carl enjoys laps around the living room, nightly binky shows and flops in the moonlight. He's a funny boy with a ton of personality and he is looking for the right human to settle down with. He's a young, rambunctious boy with a lot of energy to burn and his playful nature will provide a lot of laughs, but you need to be sure your home in bunny proofed as he's curious and does go looking for trouble! He can be a little territorial as well, so he may not be the best match for children!
Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: Decent (We’re working on it! he is a little competitive about boundaries and a bit territorial, so may improve when there aren't other rabbits around)
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: Carl could be ok for bonding but he is more on the dominant side so he would need a submissive partner who is ok with him being the boss.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Carl is friendly and social but not so big on long term snuggles. He's in his teenager phase right now so everything is go, go, go. He's likely to settle down a bit with age but it's always hard to tell at this point. He is not a fan of being picked up and handled. He is a rabbit that prefers all four feet on the ground but he is more than happy to come and explore people. He is not good with children.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: He's not an obsessive chewer but I would certainly make sure you pick up your cables as he's likely to snag them!
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: With proper introductions, Carl would be fine!
Gender: Spayed Doe (Spayed December 19, 2017)
Breed: Angora Cross
Age: Approx 8 mo to 1 yr. at time of intake.
Intake Date: November 10, 2017
Ezzie was found in an area of the city where there is a population of dumped pet rabbits. We were contacted about her as people were concerned about her condition, thinking she was injured and in need of help. When we arrived we knew she certainly did need help, as all of her long fur was matted to her body with mud frozen in to it. Because of this she did seem to be struggling in the cold Calgary winter, and her hocks had suffered from what appeared to be frostbite, leaving open and bleeding wounds.
She went immediately to the vet and had her medical needs addressed, including having all her hair shaved away and leaving her to grow in a new, mat-free coat. Her hocks are healing well and she seems to be adjusting to life inside.
She's still a bit timid, as to be expected, but she is making fantastic progress. When her health improves she will be going in for her spay.
We are not entirely sure what sort of hair type she is going to have when her fur grows out (It was difficult to tell as the matting was so severe when she came in that it was hard like a shell) but it is likely she will have a longer coat. Because of this, she is going to need an adopter who can maintain her grooming needs.
Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: Not yet (Rabbits do much better with the litter pan after their spay though, so she's likely to improve!)
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: Possibly, after she's spayed.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Ezzie is not quite sure what to make of people yet and is easily startled, but she is coming around. We think she would do extremely well in an adult only home.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: She has not been so far.
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: Ezzie is still learning to be around other animals, but she is fantastic around other rabbits and seems to be alright with dogs as long as they are not too excitable.
Name: Luke Skyhopper
Gender: Neutered Buck (Neutered November 6, 2017)
Breed: Demostic Mix
Age: Born July 27, 2017
Intake Date: July 28, 2017
The Force is strong with this one. Meet Luke Skyhopper!
Much like the character he is named after, Luke is unaware of his origins or who his parents were. He was left in a cardboard box with his brother, Killua, on the steps of an SPCA at around 12 hours old. Naked with no hair and his eyes not open, he and his brother didn't have the best shot at survival since abandoned rabbits at this age are notoriously hard to care for when it comes to formula feeding. Luckily, due to a kind person who had a nursing mother, they were able to be adopted by another bun and beat the odds.
While Luke can be timid with new people, he warms up to them well and has a sweet, mellow personality. He would do best in a quiet home with older children and adults.
Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: He is slowly learning and pees in the pan, but we're still working on it.
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: While Luke can be a little on the bossy side, he does seem to enjoy the company of other rabbits and is likely to bond well.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Luke is shy at first, but does warm up to people and is quite social. He's not big on being held and cuddled, but will be social and approachable as long as he is given time to adjust and investigate you first.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: He has not been a chewer.
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: With proper introductions, Luke does well with other animals!
Not Currently Available for Adoption
Name: Jon Snow
Gender: Neutered Buck (Neutered May 1, 2017)
Age: Born Approx September 2016
Intake Date: March 14, 2017
Adoption Date: May 14, 2017
Surrendered: November 21, 2017
Stoic and strong, just like his namesake. Jon Snow is a tough little bun with a lot of heart.
Gender: Intact Buck (To be neutered when old enough.)
Breed: Mix Breed
Age: Born Approx. January 31, 2018
Intake Date: March 5, 2018
More details to follow.
Gender: Intact Buck (To be neutered March 13, 2018)
Breed: Mix Breed
Age: Born Approx. October 15, 2017
Intake Date: November 9, 2017
Thor, God of Thunderpaws, certainly lives up to his name with a BIG personality!
Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: Excellent
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: Not neutered yet, so has not been around other rabbits. Will have more insight to this after he's fixed.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Thor is a rabbit that we believe is going to be hard to place. Because he was brought to us so young, he bonded very closely with his fosters and is extremely social with them, but is extremely afraid of anyone else he has been introduced to. We will be spending a lot of time to make sure any potential home is the right fit for him, as he is extremely selective when it comes to people. He would not be a good fit for children, he will need a quiet home.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: Yes.
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: With proper introductions, Thor does surprisingly well with other animals. It's just people he's afraid of!