Bunny Buddies

 

ON HOLD means that the bunnies are on hold for 1 WEEK ONLY for adopters.

ON TRIAL means that the bunnies are on a two week trial in their new homes.

VIB BUNS:  These buns go into permanent homes, and the Orphanage can support their vet care and provide a basic indoor setup if needed.

Please call us to check if the rabbits you are interested in are still available on 9751 1229.  You may trial the rabbits at home for 2 weeks prior to formalising the adoption. 

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Saxon and Pudding (vib)

Saxon and Pudding (vib)

DOB: Pudding (female brown lop) 26/02/2018, Saxon (male harlequin lop) 09/11/2016 Breed: Lop

Danny, Tim Tam, Billy and Tammy

Danny, Tim Tam, Billy and Tammy

DOB: 18/02/2022 Breed: Ginger dwarf x 3 males, 1 female. Will be rehomed in pairs or together. Friendly and curious, these baby buns want to know everything that is going on around them.

Betty and BB

Betty and BB

DOB: 6/10/2015 & 7/11/2014 Breed: lop x hotot These are older buns. Baby Bun (BB) and Betty are mother and son. These buns were found under a police station building in 2015. They were rescued and due to unforseen circumstances, they are now at Rabbit Runaway waiting for a permanent home.

Winks and Demi

Winks and Demi

DOB: 20/1/2022 Breed: dwarf x Friendly and inquisitive, these 2 young buns are ready for their new home

Arrow and Nova(vib)

Arrow and Nova(vib)

DOB: 9/10/2021 Sex: male and female Breed: Standard x giant Love their food and each other. No health issues.

Alani & Blaze (vib)

Alani & Blaze (vib)

DOB: 25/9/2020 Sex: Male & Female Breed: standard These siblings were surrendered at 4 weeks old when their mother had a second litter. They will settle in nicely into a home with no young children or other animals. No health issues, just a little shy. Well litter trained - clean and tidy.

Lottie & Dottie (vib)

Lottie & Dottie (vib)

DOB: 25/7/2021 Breed: standard charlie Sex: females These two little buns are a little timid, but love each others company. They are in a routine and enjoy their food and will accept pats when they are ready. No health issues, just a little shy.