Sorry for the late response. Yes, their website is correct. I wasn't sure if I was aloud to post it!
If you want another bun, the best is to foster to adopt. They will supply you with stuff. I havent received any more other than the stuff that was given to me when he arrived but that may be b/c I live a hour away and I don't really need it.
I do have the x-pen and litter box they gave me. They also told me I was allowed to switch his pellets so I don't have to buy 2 different types. I'm sure if you need more supplies they will. If the bun wasn't being fostered by you, it most likely would still be in their home. They also did give me quite a few tips that saves me money. Like how much pellets you really should feed, tips in medical type questions, how to get the best deals on hay, and so forth.
I wouldn't say you have to wait. Maybe, it just depends. They recommend to allow your foster bunny to settle in before trying to make any bonding efforts. If the bun doesn't seem like a match for your family, fine! They will come with another bun that they think would be a better fit. The couple knows a lot about their rabbit's personalities and the rabbits who aren't being fostered all live in the same room (with different pens). Some are bonded already, some aren't. They will try to meet your criteria too. Like I personally had a specific age I wanted to match my bun at home age.
They don't really supply toys so much. They are more of diy type since what they are doing is so expensive as is. I don't think that the Humane Society does it. I would check! I'm not sure if you live in the Tampa area but if you don't I would recommend looking for more bunny oriented rescues. I say this because bunny oriented places aren't just trying to get rid of their buns so they free up space. They want to make sure that the person adopting the rabbit is finding a home that they will do well at. I'm sure if they don't have the whole "foster to adopt" in their info, you could talk to them about it. If they have fosters at all I'm sure they will.
I've had my foster bun for maybe 6 months now (wow doesn't feel like it). I have yet to adopt him. My female reacted to bonding so different than I would of wanted. With me being so busy, I haven't been able to keep up on it. But once I settle into my new job and college work I plan on make a schedule to make sure it is done. I feel in love with my Houdini, Severus better fall in love with him!!
However, I will say Houdini (my foster) has pretty much bonded to Severus. He wants to cuddle, he isn't aggressive. Severus is the problem when it comes to the bonding scenario.