Cosette [COMING SOON]


Precious little Cosette was dumped outside to fend for herself along with several other bunny friends. Luckily she is as sweet as pie and not jaded by her experience at all.

Please contact Stephanie Lodge slodge@ohare.org 216-571-1088

This bunny in HRS foster care needs a permanent home. All HRS rabbits are spayed/neutered, litterbox-trained, and socialized.

Kiki

Precious Kiki has made such wonderful strides towards trusting humans. When we first took her in as a foster, she was terrified of all humans. Today this demure little lady will stop eating and settle down for a pet at any given time. She is a very tidy bunny with a love of toy boats.

Please contact Stephanie Lodge slodge@ohare.org 216-571-1088

This bunny in HRS foster care needs a permanent home. All HRS rabbits are spayed/neutered, litterbox-trained, and socialized.

Mara


Mara came from a rough start, living in a tiny cage she could barely turn around in. Once she got some good food, love, and space to stretch her legs, she became an entirely different bun. She’s sassy and spunky, and almost always happy. (Binky QUEEN) Her litter box habits are pretty good for her age, and she could be a great free roam bun in the right situation. Her glorious mane needs more tending than the average bun, but she’s usually pretty well behaved for a brush. She’s a fantastic rabbit, and could be a great starter bun.

Please contact Maggie Reading mreading@ohare.org 216-509-9715

This bunny in HRS foster care needs a permanent home. All HRS rabbits are spayed/neutered, litterbox-trained, and socialized.

Tinkerbell

Tinkerbell didn’t have to look far for a new home! She charmed her foster mom, Kyra, into letting her stay for good. Who could say no to that fluffy face! Congratulations to Kyra and Tinkerbell.


Tinkerbell is a sweet, little Lionhead, who is approximately a year old. She has great litterbox habits and loves to play with her toys and sit on top of her ‘hide-y box’. She is a bit shy, but will warm up, given time and patience. Tinkerbell would thrive in a home with lots of room to run and play. A home without dogs/cats/young children recommended. She can be territorial with other rabbits.