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.
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: Spayed Doe (Spayed October 19, 2022)
Breed: Jersey Wooly
Born: Young Adult
Intake Date: October 5, 2022
RHDV2 Vaccination Date: October 12, 2023
Aloy is a timid girl who needs a special home!
Aloy was left to fend for herself at a car dealership with another rabbit, Herbie. They had been there for a number of weeks and in that time, her long fur got painfully matted. It must have hurt quite a bit to even hop around.
Thankfully she is much better now with those mats shaved away and she is being kept groomed. She is still quite scared of new things, however, but she is slowly coming around to her foster.
Aloy needs a home that is used to caring for long haired rabbits. Because of her time outdoors, she is timid so she would not be good for a home with young children.
Gender: Spayed Doe (Spayed July 13, 2022)
Breed: Harlequin Cross
Born: Estimated 2021
Intake Date: July 10, 2022
RHDV2 Vaccination Date: July 25, 2023
This beautiful girl is Ginger!
Ginger was found as a dumped rabbit outside in a community in Calgary. It was clear very quickly she wasn't a part of the feral population due to her very friendly nature and nonchalance at being brought in to a house.
Ginger is what we call a great "first rabbit". She is quite social, easy to handle, clean with the litter box, well mannered and all around a good rabbit. She does, however, like to chew so while we do think she would do well as a free roam rabbit, she does need a home that is rabbit proofed!
She did also attend a bunny social as well, where she was guarded around the other rabbits and quite dominant, so if looking to bond she would need a more laid back companion. But in general, I do think she would be a good single rabbit for someone who wants a rabbit that is more people social!
Gender: Intact Buck (Unable to me neutered due to health concerns.)
Breed: English Lop
Born: Approx 2 years old at time of intake.
Intake Date: December 13, 2023
RHDV2 Vaccination Date: December 29, 2022
This handsome man is all ears and waiting for his special someone to come along and sweep him off his feet. Meet Despereaux!
Des is an English Lop who is seeking a home that can cater to his special needs. He has been tested as e.cuniculi positive, and while he went through treatment, the parasite did unfortunately manage to take a toll on him, leaving him with some relatively minor mobility issues. Because of his health concerns, we do not think it would be in his best interest to be bonded to another bunny, so needs a home where his human can give him all the love and attention he needs. And boy, will he take whatever people are willing to give! He is a big time snuggler who absolutely adores anyone and everyone he meets. Be ready to have him underfoot and asking for attention at all times
Gender: Spayed Doe (Spayed: May 20, 2022)
Born: Adult (Estimated between 3 to 4 years old at time of intake.)
Intake Date: July 25, 2020
RHDV2 Vaccination Date: Up to date
Meet this darling girl!
Sophia is a rabbit that was living in a car lot downtown and had somehow lost her leg. Whether it be from a predator, person or environmental we are not sure, but she had bone exposed with a foot missing and needed immediate surgery to amputate the exposed portion and get her a proper stump. While going under for the surgery for the amputation, she experienced a cardiac episode that she was thankfully able to come back from. As she adapted to her new stump and life inside a house, she was treated for internal parasites and became quite a lovely little girl.
Once she was healthy enough and she had bloodwork done to confirm that she didn't have any other potential health problems that could complicate things, she went in for her spay and experienced another cardiac episode worse then the first, so the vet immediately stopped and it has been decided it is just not worth the risk in spaying her
We had her for some time, but she began urinating blood and since this is a common symptom of uterine cancer, we decided to try one more time and thankfully, this time, she was successfully spayed! And just in time too.
She does also have some bone deterioration in her remaining foot, which she does have pain meds for when she gets sore. Because of this, it is something that may effect her quality of life at some point.
Gender: Neutered Buck (Neutered March 13, 2018)
Breed: Mix Breed
Age: Born Approx. October 15, 2017
RHDV2 Vaccination Date: Up to date
Intake Date: November 9, 2017
Thor, God of Thunderpaws, certainly lives up to his name with a BIG personality!
Because he was brought to us so young, he bonded very closely with his fosters and is social with them, but is extremely afraid of anyone else he has been introduced to. We did have someone take him for a bit to see how he would do, but he stopped eating and completely shut down, so he will be staying in the rescue as a permanent foster.