My friend called me a few weeks ago about these two gentle beauties. They were rescued from a veterinary school after the semester was over and they were going to be put down.
They're 2 female albino rabbits, 2 years of age, and fixed. I know nothing about rabbits but his friend took one in for a couple of days where she lived with the friend's turtles and cat, and there was no problem to note.
Here's a photo:
I was irate and wanted to help! I promised him I'd help him find them homes. We've tried many rescues and the best they can do is what we're doing on forums and craigslist (although the latter is super sketchy). The only successful outlet seems to be pet stores, who are recommended to us by rescues, surprisingly, who will adopt them out. It's up to my friend who's holding them both again but he's vegan too, so he's obviously avoiding that as a prospect. I failed to mention that he took them in assuming he'd find them a place more permanent to stay within a few days, but it's really difficult with all the rescues filled to capacity.