We have lived in our current house for 3 1/2 years. When we moved in, there was a stray bunny. I should have known what a bad omen that was. Took 6 months to catch him. He was not very friendly, a major mix, but time (3 additional months) and neuter changed his attitude and he was found a new home. Not long after he was rehomed 2 more were dumped in the lot next door. They always manage to find their way into my yard. Fortunately these 2 were super friendly, a polish and a dutch. Only took be 2 months to place them both. The next bunny was a polish mix, no personality what so ever, but was spayed, adopted out, and has a husband who makes up for her lack of personailty. Then there was Hazel. Ah Hazel. She was a broken chocolate english spot, looked purebred but possibly a mix. She was evil. I never was able to tame her enough to find a new home, she died a couple weeks after her spay. We do believe she was older. It was hard to like her, I'll be totally honest, but I tried my best.
This morning I caught a broken chin who knows what. Biggest ears ever, they are roughly the size of her body. She's actually quite ugly (sorry, I know that sounds mean) but seems very sweet. I will comb the ads for 2 weeks to see if anyone has lost her, but judging by her condition she's been out for a while. Thankfully, it's MUCH easier to qt rabbits vs rats.
I also want to add, I find it very odd that 5 out of 6 of these strays have been female.
Oh... in addition to the 6, I once had 1 left on my doorstep... So I suppose that's 7. At least I had a cage with that one, however inappropriate it was.