Andy

Andy is a mini-lop who is nearly ten years old.  He came to our foster home in 2018 when his owner needed to move into assisted living.  Andy was not neutered and we had to have that done when he was eight years old.  Once healed from his neuter surgery, we bonded him to sanctuary bunny Jessica, another mini-lop of the same age.  The pair lived together in harmony for only two short months before Jessica passed away in 2019.  Andy is incontinent eighty-percent of the time and uses his litter box only occasionally.  Andy lives on fleece padding to keep his fur dry and clean.  We believe he has some arthritis in his back legs but other than that, he is a relatively happy and healthy bun.  We have decided that it is best if he lives out his days in our sanctuary program.

Our sanctuary rabbits require special love and care. Their home is with us at the sanctuary and they are not available for adoption. You can directly support these rabbits by sponsoring them.

Kate

Kate came to us in 2017 as a stray.  She was overweight and was having issues keeping her back-end clean.  After Kate got down to a healthy weight, her hygiene issues continued and we noticed a number of digestive problems.  That same year, Kate had surgery to repair a physical defect around her vent area.  Today, Katie is a sweet and shy bunny who loves free time away from her pen for exploring.  She’s very healthy but must stay on a restricted diet that consists mainly of high quality hay, limited greens, and absolutely no sugar.  Because of her age and on-going heath issues, we are moving Kate from the adoptables into our sanctuary program.

Kate is a charming Harlequin mix with beautiful gray stripes in her white fur.  She is social and likes to run around and explore.

Our sanctuary rabbits require special love and care. Their home is with us at the sanctuary and they are not available for adoption. You can directly support these rabbits by sponsoring them.

Dottie

Despite respiratory issues, daily eye and nose treatments, and some erratic behavior, Dottie has become very much a part of our sanctuary bunny family.  She snuggles day and night with her two buddies, Taffy and Raven, and sometimes Taffy licks her eyes.  Although we have to poke and prod for her TLC, she has shown great improvement.

Raven and Dottie
Sanctuary for Dottie with Raven and Taffy

Our sanctuary rabbits require special love and care. Their home is with us at the sanctuary and they are not available for adoption. You can directly support these rabbits by sponsoring them.

Kilian

We are happy to introduce Kilian to you, our newest Sanctuary Bun.  He had a family prior, but with his health care regime, he needed help.  As soon as we brought him to Kristen’s home, he required a vet visit and meds.  Since then, he is a completely different bunny.  Not only has he lost an entire pound, but his fur is shiny and soft.  He is thriving even though he can still be a grump at times.

Our sanctuary rabbits require special love and care. Their home is with us at the sanctuary and they are not available for adoption. You can directly support these rabbits by sponsoring them.