Rescue Rabbits Searching For Love – UPDATES

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They may have been unwanted, abandoned or even abused in the past but now any one of our rescue rabbits will make a perfect pet for those willing to offer a loving home.

They’ll Love You Lots In Return

Rabbits make great pets. They provide a constant source of entertainment, can become great friends for other pets and can be litter trained.

If you’re considering adopting a rescue rabbit, we’d be delighted to introduce you to one of the happy little bunnies below. Just contact us at 289-385-6293 or scroll down the page for our contact form.


Rabbit Named Bella for AdoptioN

Bella – Female- Friendly and affectionate – ADOPTED

Update Feb 2, 2015: Bella, our adorable little black and white Bunny, has finally found a forever home. Her new family fell in love with this little lady at their first meeting and we are thrilled that she has such loving and understanding humans to spend the rest of her days with.


Rabbit Dakota for adoption

Dakota – female

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The bunnies below have all, fortunately, found forever homes.


Silver. A rabbit for adoption at Oasis Animal Rescue, Oshawa

Silver – ADOPTED


Rabbit Named Romeo for Adoption

UPDATE: Romeo was adopted by a family that has three cats and a Newfoundland dog. The new owners are familiar with “pocket pets” and will take great care of him.
Romeo – male – extremely sociable
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Rabbit Named Lola for Adoption

Lola – Female- Friendly, affectionate, cuddly – ADOPTED


Rabbit Named Juliet for Adoption

Juliet – ADOPTED – Female- Friendly, enjoys chasing the cats
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Rabbit Dakota for adoption

Dakota – female


Rabbit Named Caden for Adoption

Caden – Male- Friendly but prefers four feet on the ground.


Rabbit Named Stewart for Adoption

Stewart – Male- Not an overly affectionate rabbit, but loves to run around and play with the cats. UPDATE 20 Nov, 2014: Stuart, the Rabbit, has found a forever home with his foster family. Apparently he has bonded specifically with the husband of the household and enjoys sitting on the sofa, cuddled up, watching sports events. Go figure!!



Reese - rabbit for adoption

Reese – Female- Friendly, affectionate, and cuddly. – ADOPTED
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Bailey (adopted May 10th)

Rabbit named Bailey for Adoption

Bailey – Female (3 months now)- Friendly, affectionate. ADOPTED
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If you would like more information about adopting any of the rabbits above please contact Oasis at 289-385-6293, or complete and send this contact form:

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Oasis Animal Rescue – a non profit organization providing Durham Region society with humane animal rescue services – specializes in pet adoptions, re-homing and community outreach programs. Telephone 289-385-6293

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