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Winston, Willow & Winter   

In shelter Rabbit

Cambridge, ON, N3C 0E6
Pet name:
Winston, Willow & Winter
Bunny Rabbit
Orange / Red
Meet Winston, Willow and Winter! This trio is a bun lovers dream. 

This spectacular trio was surrendered to Rabbit Rescue through no fault of their own and have quickly and happily settled into life in foster care. They are 6 (Winston), 6.5 (Willow) and 8 (Winter).

Winston is a small guy with a huge personality! He melts for cheek rubs and pets, and will try to climb you like a mountain for a snack. He is very attached to his sisters and is very social. 

Willow is as cute as a button. She is a little “pigeon toed” which only adds to her charm! Though she is shy at first, she quickly warms up to you once you are approved of by her brother and sister. She loves oxbow veggie treats and inspecting new toys and smells!

Winter is the beautiful, lop eared boss of the pack. When she isn’t keeping an eye on her brother and sister, she can be found in a complete pancake flop, preferably in a sun patch. She is enjoying her golden years snuggling with her siblings and enjoying snacks. 

These buns are all so unique. They are a tight trio who are loving a free range environment. It is an absolute delight to watch them interact. Whoever takes them in to their forever home is lucky times three!


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