Darby


Lucky Darby found his forever home with Buckeye’s previous adopter Carlton Grover. Precious man is so very spoiled and loved. Congratulations!!

Ellie Sparkles


Ellie Sparkles charmed her way into the Gates family’s hearts with her adorable binkies and good manners. This little lady has made herself right at home and even celebrated her adoption with one of her famous binkies! Congratulations Ellie and the Gates family!


Ellie Sparkles was left outside in the snow, but she hasn’t let her past treatment harden her heart towards humans! She is a very loving bun who will make a great companion. Ellie loves to play with her toys. She is a smart girl who would do great with a family and possibly other rabbits!

Nick


Little Coco, formerly known as Nick found a wonderful furever home! His new family reports that he loves to eat! He props himself up on the side of the cage when he hears us coming in the house hoping for a treat. He also loves carrots. He’s getting more and more comfortable around us and has come close to laying right on us. He is such a joy! Congratulations Coco, Marley, and Morgan!

Coco is a sweet boy who even poses for pics with his bow-tie! (Accessory used for picture only, no rabbits were harmed in this photo-shoot)


Nick came to us as baby. He was found in someone’s back yard and was clinging to life and covered with ticks. Once Nick found his way to love and good health he began to thrive. Nick is less than 1 year old and is very active and friendly. He would make a great addition to your family.

Rocco


Precious Rocco recently fathered 8 babies with Kiki. Rocco’s past is a mystery as he was rescued from living outside in a pen with chickens and turkeys. We believe the abscess he had on his shoulder was a result of his past roommates. He is still unsure of humans (with good reason), but with a little patience he will give kisses and settle down for a pet.

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.