Miracle was found under a mobile home in Greeley, the sole survivor of her litter. We believe her siblings and mother had been killed by predators. Many, many, many syringes of formula later she has grown into quite the spitfire! She enjoys playing with her adoptive siblings and teasing her neighbors. When she isn’t climbing toys or furniture she can be seen displaying some truly impressive flops.
Color: Golden brown, black & white
Sloane was found under the mobile home where Miracle had been. The people who lived there assumed she was Miracle’s mother, but we soon discovered she wasn’t. Sloane’s time on her own has taught her to be patient and cautious but her warm personality shows through. She is never too shy to ask for pets; indulge her and this friendly girl will let you take a peek at her adorable white chin and white dipped paw.
Color: Black agouti w white foot
Kylee came to us from Weld County. Never one to turn down cuddles or pets, she eagerly lays down to absorb all the loving she can get. Kylee spends her days flirting with all the boys, looking for her prince charming.
If you are looking for a special someone for your boy bunny then look no further, this lovely lady is ready for her happily ever after!
Finnegan is our resident goofball and he is ready to find his partner in crime. If you walk past Finnegan without giving him a few pets, prepare to hear his mighty thumps. No ears are safe when Finnegan wants attention. Open his door and get ready; nothing can slow him down when there is fun to be had. Doesn’t matter if it is bowls, stools, pens, or water bottles – the world is Finnegan’s toy box and he is ready to play!
Breed: Lop Mix
Color: Rust Brown
Allie came to us from an animal shelter when she was only 5 days old. This little lady loves to nap; she can often be found climbing as high as she can to enjoy an undisturbed nap away from her siblings. Allie is as calm as they come, opting to sit back and inspect you rather than climb all over you. She has no problem jumping in to taste test pedicures with her brother though. Allie is the perfect napping companion, with socks on of course!
Breed: Lop Mix
Color: Satin grey
Someone released two intact rabbits and moved away. The rabbits did what rabbits do so well—they multiplied. Our fabulous Bunny Brigade caught 41 of them, this young man among them.
Griffeth is a happy boy who enjoys having people stop by to pet him. He’ll really blossom when he has a family to love him.
DOB: FEB, 2016
Grady and Grant
Someone released two intact rabbits and moved away. The rabbits did what rabbits do so well—they multiplied. Our fabulous Bunny Brigade caught 41 of them, these two being among them.
These two boys seem quite comfortable with each other. They enjoy having people stop by to pet them, and will surely blossom once they have a home and people who love them.
Name: GRADY GRANT
DOB: DEC, 2015 MAR, 2016
Sex: MALE MALE
Breed: MIX MIX
Color: BROWN AGOUTI BLACK AGOUTI
Index: 16-071 16-072
Wt: 5 lb. 6 oz. 4 lb. 11 oz.
Charmer and Polar
When a breeder was slaughtering rabbits, Charmer managed to escape. Animal control found and took her to an animal shelter, where she gave birth to 10 babies. Amazingly, the breeder came to the shelter to get her, but left without her!
Charmer came to us with her babies when they were just a day old.
At first, she was pretty frightened, but gradually learned she and her babies were safe with us. Now she’s comfortable when picked up.
Polar came to us from an animal shelter.
Name: CHARMER POLAR
DOB: Early 2014 2013
Sex: FEMALE MALE
Breed: CALIFORNIAN CALIFORNIAN
Color: WHITE/GREY/BROWN WHITE/BLACK
Index: 16-011 17-049
Weight: 8 lb. 14 oz. 7 lb. 7oz.
Bunnies Of The Month: Forrest and Fred
These handsome brothers came to us as “sisters” from an animal shelter. Talk about a surprise! These bouncing boys ensure there is no such thing as a dull moment. Fred is always ready to play or cuddle, not a shy bone to be found in this bunny. Forrest has to scope things out but once he’s given you an ocular pat down he’s ready to go! You can count on these brothers to never turn down a chance to have fun.
Name: Forrest Fred
DOB: 3/1/2017 3/1/2017
Sex: Male Male
Breed: Mix Mix
Color: Wht & blk, long fur Wht w blk spots, short fur
Index: 17-047 17-048
Jett was a stray dumped on our property, and after plenty of difficulty was caught by our Bunny Brigade. This goofy boy continues to enjoy playing hard to get. Jett will often ask for pets and then dash out of reach of your hand, wagging his ears as if to say “Ha ha, you can’t catch me!”
When offered a treat he will show off impeccable manners and take what is offered very gently. Whoever takes this intelligent boy home is sure to be kept on their toes.