The Ontario SPCA Has A Bunch Of Adorable Bunnies Up For Adoption RN (PHOTOS)

So many thumpers are looking for homes!

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Ontario SPCA Wants You To Adopt Some Adorable Bunnies

If you're looking to add a furry friend to your family, but aren't much of a dog or cat person, the Ontario SPCA has got you covered.

The SPCA is currently seeking adoption for a bunch of adorable bunnies that are looking for a forever home, and they come in all shapes and sizes.

"All of the rabbits adopted through the Ontario SPCA are spayed or neutered. Bunnies make perfect fluffy companions and enjoy having playtime with their family," the organization told Narcity.

Currently, there are cuddly friends available at locations all across Ontario and you can even adopt two of them for double the snuggles.

Lucky

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This adorable brown female Dwarf rabbit is only three months old and can be picked up at the Muskoka Animal Centre.

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Jughead

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If you're a die-hard Riverdale fan looking for a unique fur baby look no further than this six-month-old New Zealand hopper.

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Albus

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This sweet Flemish Giant bunny, located at Renfrew County Animal Centre, is just a year old and looking for lots of love.

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Cayenne

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Between his spicy name and fluffy ears, what's not to love about this personable Lionhead rabbit.

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Wanda And Phoebe

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These sister bunnies, who are looking to be adopted as a pair, are the ideal duo for anyone looking to have some adorable rabbits roaming around their home.

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Doodlez

Ontario SPCA

This sweet-looking female Rex rabbit has a beautiful silver coat to contrast her goofy name.

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Snuggle weather is here and what better time to adopt a bunny in Calgary. Right now, the Humane Society is overloaded with dozens of bunnies up for adoption and it could be the opportunity you've been waiting for.

The Calgary Humane Society has A LOT of rabbits and they're all ready to hop into a new home.

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