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In shelter Rabbit

Vancouver, BC, V6S 2M8
Pet name:
Bunny Rabbit
Coat length:
Hey! My name is Gem. I’m an adorable dwarf cross rabbit. I’m a black rabbit with an adorable little white nose and foot. I was only a couple of days old when my siblings, mom, and I were found in a construction site in Richmond. I am vaccinated and spayed and they estimate I was born on October 15, 2021. I am looking for my furever home! I promise I’m an amazing house bun, with good litter habits. I am okay to live with other animals as long as they are respectful. I can be a bit shy but I will hunker down for as long as you’ll pet me. I hope to steal your heart and be the Gem in your eyes. I’m a great single bunny, but maybe one day I will find my perfect match.

The adoption fee is $60. We follow the House Rabbit Society adoption policies. For everything you need to know about caring for a bunny, visit the House Rabbit Society web site at: We strongly encourage all prospective bunny adopters to pick up a copy of “The House Rabbit Handbook: How to live with an urban rabbit,” available from most online sellers (e.g., Amazon) as well at our shelter. PLEASE GO TO OUR WEBSITE WWW.VRRA.ORG FOR DETAILS ABOUT OUR ADOPTION PROCESS AS WELL AS THE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM.


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