Trinity is a nice bunny. She is a British Giant and will therefore grow quite big. British Giant's make good house rabbits. Trinity is one of 9 young British Giants looking for their forever home. Her siblings are blue or blue and white or all white. All have the lovely bit ears. They all have lovely natures. Would suit a single person, couple of family with older children. They are located in Bullsbrook.
Tas is a very pretty blue girl with a white nose and white feet. She is a British Giant and will therefore grow quite big. British Giant's make good house rabbits. Tas is one of 9 young British Giants looking for their forever home. Her siblings are also blue or blue and white plus one is a brown agouti colour. All have the lovely bit ears. They all have lovely natures. Would suit a single person, couple of family with older children. They are located in Bullsbrook.
Sam is a fairly large bunny and a nice boy. He is curious and likes to see what you are up to then will go OK and go off and do his own thing. He has been paired with a female rabbit before and maybe ok with a rabbit of similar size otherwise will be good as an only bunny. Sam is getting used to being picked up and held. He is litter trained and very tidy with his enclosure. Sam likes his carrot and greens and to spend some time out in the sun. He is located in Bullsbrook.
Flash has an Agouti coloured coat. She is a British Giant bunny and they tend to make good house rabbits. Flash is a curious girl and wants to see what you are up to. She is living with 2 other female rabbits currently so could go to a home with another rabbit but might be best a male or else a home on her own. Flash is located in Bullsbrook.
Greyson is a lovely little young boy. He loves his food including his greens and carrot. Due to his long coat he will require daily brushing plus potential grooming requirements a few times a year. He will best suit an indoor home with some supervised outside time due to his coat. Greyson is located in Bullsbrook.
Gemma is a lovely rabbit who is used to being handled and has fawn butterfly colouring. She is curious and likes to explore. Gemma likes it when you come and see her as thinks you may have something interesting to eat. She likes her greens and carrot. Gemma has been with a male rabbit before so could be adopted to a home with a male bunny. She is located in Duncraig.
Olivia is a very pretty seal point coloured bunny.
Olivia is quite independent and really enjoys her outside time and while an indoor base is ideal she would definitely love to spend some of her time outdoors (weather permitting of course!). A place to dig outside would really satisfy her bunny urges, sandpits are a great option!
Olivia is ok with cats and small, calm dogs and would suit a home with older children. She lives with her bunny friend Swayze in Bullsbrook so if you would like 2 rabbits they would make a good pair. You can call/text their carer on 0414268948 if you would love to meet them.
Moose had a rough start to life and spent the first 10 weeks of his life kept in a small hutch in a shed with little to no human contact and only his brother Duckie for company. When they first came into care they were very scared but since they have been with us they have moved forward with their new lives in leaps and bounds! They have become quite the independent bunnies who aren't afraid of anything! Their personalities shine bright and they will light up your life with their little quirks.
Moose is quite bonded to his brother Duckie and they would suit a home where they can have an area of the house set-up as their own with all their toys, food and litter trays with free-range access time to the house and supervised outdoor time.
Moose is ok with cats, small/calm dogs and older children.
Please visit the following website for some information in regards to bunny care - https://www.unusualpetvets.com.au/rabbit-care-and-information-sheets/
Sasha is a pretty Angora x which means she has a beautiful white fluffy coat which will need some brushing to help keep it soft and knot free. She adore other bunnies and will snuggle with them all day long so could be adopted with another rabbit if you are looking for a companion for your male bunny! Otherwise if adopted on her own she will benefit with spending regular time with her human companion.
Sasha would suit a home where she can have an area of the house set-up as her own with all her toys, food and litter trays with free-range access time to the house and supervised outdoor time when the weather is nice!
Because Sasha is a little on the reserved side she would suit a calm home with older children (13+), she has no issues with cats and calm (preferably older) dogs.
For more information, please contact our foster carer direct on 0414 268 948. You can visit her at Petstock in Balcatta.
Pebbles was found on the street with Portia her friend who is a white domestic rabbit. The two girls get on well together. Pebbles is a big girl who loves her food as much as Portia does. Would be great if the two girls could find a home together if possible. Pebbles is located in Yanchep.