Bunny Nursery

 

Our baby rabbits will be put into their PERMANENT home with a temporary baby bunny setup SOON.  HOW THIS WORKS: When they are 14 weeks old you must bring them and their baby setup back to the Orphanage so that we can have their desexing surgeries done.  Once they have recovered (2 to 3 days), you can collect your bunnies and formalise their adoption or fostering.  While they are having their surgeries, you can organise a normal rabbit setup for them as shown on our adoption foster link.

NOTE: ALL BUNS WILL BE DESEXED BY THE ORPHANAGE BEFORE FORMALISING THEIR ADOPTION OR FOSTERING.

NOT ALL OUR BABY BUNS ARE SHOWN HERE:  Please call us if you need more information on babies.  Please call us to check if the buns you are interested in are still available on 9751 1229.  

please visit this link

for further info & setups

Gigi's Litter of baby giants

Gigi's Litter of baby giants

Gigi babies: DOB: 1/11/2020 Gigi is a giant bun and she has 4 babies. To little for pictures. They will be rehomed in pairs.

Gigi's Babies

Gigi's Babies

DOB: 1/11/2020 Sex: TBD Breed: Giants One couple is still available and we are taking expressions of interest now. These little buns are growing fast and will be ready to go to their new homes soon. Please read the information at the top of this page as well as on the adopt,foster, bond link for further information regarding our process for rehoming.

Netherland Dwarf Babies

Netherland Dwarf Babies

DOB: 28/10/2020 Sex: TBD Breed: Netherland Dwarf These tiny babies are ready for their new homes. We will rehome them in pairs. Expressions of interest are being taken now. Please read the information at the start of this page, as well as the adopt, foster,bond link for information regarding our adoption process.

Hand reared

Hand reared

DOB: 30/9/2020 Breed: Standard These little buns were hand reared after their mother died. We will rehome them in 2 separate pairs. One pair is currently on hold. They will be ready to go home soon

Ginger babies

Ginger babies

DOB: 25/9/2020 These little buns (M & F) take after their father in color. They will be rehomed pairs or bonded with your rabbit and are ready to go now. You can choose their names in time for their desexing surgeries when they are 14 weeks old. Please read the information at the start of this page and on our adopt,foster, bond link for our adoption process.

Ginger babies

Ginger babies

DOB: 25/9/2020 These little buns (M & F) take after their father in color. They will be rehomed pairs or bonded with your rabbit and are ready to go now. You can choose their names in time for their desexing surgeries when they are 14 weeks old. Please read the information at the start of this page and on our adopt,foster, bond link for our adoption process.

Ginger babes

Ginger babes

DOB: 25/9/2020 These little buns (M & F) take after their father in color. They will be rehomed pairs or bonded with your rabbit and are ready to go now. You can choose their names in time for their desexing surgeries when they are 14 weeks old. Please read the information at the start of this page and on our adopt,foster, bond link for our adoption process.

Ginger & Wilder (vib)

Ginger & Wilder (vib)

DOB: Ginger 1/7/2020 Wilder 1/8/2020 Ginger is very friendly once he gets to know you. Wilder is a native bush bunny. And yes... you can keep a bush bunny in Victoria. See link below for more information. Both are very bonded and we are looking to place them into a permanent home together. The Orphanage will cover their vet care under our permanent foster program, due to their native species. Please read the info at the start of this page for our process.

Ginger & Wilder (vib)

Ginger & Wilder (vib)

DOB: Ginger 1/7/2020 Wilder 1/8/2020 Ginger is very friendly once he gets to know you. Wilder is a native bush bunny. And yes... you can keep a bush bunny in Victoria. See link below for more information. Both are very bonded and we are looking to place them into a permanent home together. The Orphanage will cover their vet care under our permanent foster program, due to their native species. Please read the info at the start of this page for our process.

Nursery setup

Nursery setup

This setup will be place into the home with the baby rabbits.It also has a wire internal fence to avoid them chewing through the enclosure. The setup must be returned when the buns are having their desexing surgeries when old enough.

Nursery setup

Nursery setup

This setup will be place into the home with the baby rabbits.It also has a wire internal fence to avoid them chewing through the enclosure. The setup must be returned when the buns are having their desexing surgeries when old enough.

CONTACT US

 

19 Stanley Street, Olinda

VIC 3788

Ph: 03 9751 1229

info@rabbitrunaway.org.au

Rabbit Run-Away Orphanage

ABN:  42 975 123 153

 

OPENING HOURS

 Tuesday to Saturday 

by Appointment

HOW TO FIND​ US
PARKING

Parking on the property is limited. We have a very steep driveway with limited turning space.

If you are worried about our steep driveway, please park on the Mt Dandenong Tourist Rd near the Mt Dandenong Hotel, walk past the Vet, turn into Illoura St then left into Stanley St.  Our property is on the left, only a 5 minute walk.

PLEASE NOTE: There is NO public parking in Stanley St.  Please DO NOT park in resident's driveways or in front of their homes, as this disrupts the neighbors access and parking for their family/visitors.