Max and Maya
Max and Maya are a bonded pair of nine-year-old Lionhead siblings. They came from a hoarding situation where they had no access to daylight. Max came to us with severe glaucoma and very high pressure in both eyes. Due to a complication with his glaucoma, Max had to have one eye removed. He is now completely blind and only has one eye but he still gets around just fine. Maya is his best friend and sidekick, they have been inseparable for their entire lives. They’re both older buns and will spend their last few years in a foster home where they’ll know love and happiness.
Primrose came to us after somebody found her wobbling around on the sidewalk. She has a rare medical condition that causes her to have a permanent wobble. She struggles to walk, eat, play, or do any normal bunny things. She’s on medications to help her with dizziness and nausea which are helping improve her quality of life! She needs to be hand fed every single day but she’s learning to love life and be a happy bunny!
Poe was born in the rescue. He’s a peanut which is a baby born with a rare condition where they inherit two copies of the dwarf gene. This means that he will have a significantly shortened lifespan and will always be extremely tiny. He’s over a month old and still smaller than the stacking cups! Poe is reliant on round-the-clock care from his foster mom but he is happy and loves to explore and binky for the time that he has left!
Dax made his way to us from the police unit after being found as a stray. He’s estimated to be 6-7 years old. He has glaucoma which has caused his vision to be reduced to blurs.
Colby was rescued after his owner abandoned him at a veterinary hospital with a note that said they were moving and couldn’t take him. He had fleas, lice, a corneal ulcer, and many dental issues that almost left him blind in one eye. He’s currently in between dental surgeries as we keep working to save him.
Petal was rescued from a park after being abandoned there. She has severe E. Cuniculi that affects her balance and causes her to have multiple neurological symptoms that affect her everyday life. She is living her life to the fullest she can! She would love some fleece to snuggle in.
Flash was rescued after being abandoned in a park. He has multiple anatomical abnormalities that have left him struggling to maintain his own body weight and with some kidney damage. He will never be adoptable but he’s happy for now! He would love some toys.
Bentley is a ten year old senior. He was brought to us after his owners ran out of time for him. He is almost completely blind from advanced glaucoma and has significant arthritis but he’s still a happy bunny.
Tater Tot came to us after his owners decided that they didn’t want him anymore. He has inner ear disease which causes his balance to be affected and impacts his quality of life. He’s almost six years old and is currently on a trial of medications to improve his symptoms.