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Bugs + Lola *Update*   

In shelter Rabbit

Vancouver, BC, V6A 3L8
Pet name:
Bugs + Lola *Update*
Coat length:
As of September 24th 2022 Bugs and Lola have spent 547 Days in the shelter! The shelter life has been all they now!

These two sweet buns are shy and skittish around new people but once they’re comfortable with you their personalities comes out and shine! They absolutely love to come out of their enclosure and explore! Lola loves to play the game of “Can I jump this?” over the ex-pen or if you lay down they’ll happily climb all over you like you’re some climbing gym to explore.  

They’re looking for that special somebunny that wants a sweet bonded pair who will absolutely love you more than anyone else! They will need exercise outside of their enclosure, whether that’s free run in some part of your home or a closed off area. You will see them doing adorable binkies and zooming when they think no one is watching! It’s a sign they’re happy and one of the most adorable things bunnies do!!! 

Bugs – Black Male
Lola – Grey Female

KIDS: No kids, we are easily scared and do not like being picked up.
OTHER PETS: We can go home that have other animals as long as we can have our quiet space safely away from them. 

If you’re interested in Bugs & Lola, consider fostering them before adopting! :)  We look forward to hearing from you! 


Bugs & Lola are neutered/spayed, vaccinated, and tattooed.



  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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