Chewy has found her happily ever after! From now on she will never be lacking in the cuddle department. Her new mom Emily couldn’t be happier with her choice of bunnies.

Chewy is a delightful little girl. Her name comes from the fact that her ears were injured by other bunnies before being rescued. Despite her past, she is extremely friendly and easygoing. Affectionately we have nick-named her Brown Round.


Flash has waited quite awhile for his forever home. His wait paid off when Beccy Gibboney and her son Johnny fell head over heels for him. He has an amazing life and super cool pen set up in their living room so he can be a part of everything.

Meet Flash.  Flash is the last of the 17 court case babies to remain in our foster home.  He is a young and curious boy who likes to explore and hang out in his cardboard box.  He would love to finally have a home of his very own.  Flash is located in a foster home in Cleveland, OH.

Flash was adopted briefly then returned by no fault of his own. This gorgeous young man has spent just about all of his life in foster. Flash needs a nice large space to call his own.


Maurice, now Luca not only has found a new home, but he also acquired a bunny wife named Eleanore. Ashley and Nicole (human moms) couldn’t be happier with their two love bunnies.

Little Maurice(Mo) is a young spunky bun. He came to us all of the way from Indiana. He was found as a stray at only 3 weeks old and was covered with mites. The good sanitarians that found him got to a vet immediately. These wonderful people drove him all of the way to Ohio when The Indiana HRS chapter was full. Mo is much too busy to be held but absolutely loves kisses and head pets. He would be a great addition to your family. (A very special “Thank you” goes out to the young Indiana couple that saved Mo’s life.)


Murdock, now Ogun, (Africian god) has at long last found his forever home with Everett in Painesville. His new dad even plans to learn rabbit massage! LUCKY bunny!

Tiny Murdock is big on personality. He loves playing with his toys and jumping on top of visitors in his pen. Sometimes we wonder if he’s capable of sitting still. This young fun bun is interested in finding his forever home.