This tiny lad from Olivia is now living in Blyth. He's going to be part of a breeder herd for polish.
Miss Q's daughter is off to a pet home who is well experienced with rabbits.
Two below are off to a breeding homes with three children in Waterloo. They've been named Plum and Clover.
These two kits off Sage and AeroBar are gone to new homes in Seaforth. They are to be family pets. :) Two girls.
This Varia youngster will fill the heart of a young man who is on his own and needing a companion. Had a bunny before but needed to rehome it due to family pressure. This bun will heal that gap in a heart. :) Homed in London. This tiny girl should fill the bill quite nicely.
Purchased by a young lady who bought a bunny only to have it die 24 hours later, this young Biscuit boy will have a life as a pet. He'll make neighbourhood children happy. Living in London.
Picked up a young holland lop buck today. A freebie off Kijiji. I frequently see the fellow post about free animals so I contacted him and found out he's a landlord with tenants who move and often leave their critters behind.
He cares for them until he gets them rehomed or has a chance to drop them off at Animal Care and Control.
Today the victim was a holland lop.
Overgrown nails, thin as a rail. The tenants had moved out a week ago and the landlord just had a chance two days ago to get in and start cleaning things up. Finds the rabbit in a shopping cart in the backyard with no food or water.
Makes a body wonder what possesses folks minds sometimes....
We'll see how he does, but I don't have high hopes.
This one off Biscuit and Spots, Londesborough, buck
This one off Marie and AeroBar, Toronto, buck
This one off Splash and Spots, Londesborough, doe
Three young rabbits off to new homes today.
They should do well for their new people.
Together with Beethoven, Lena produced five kits early this morning. One was DOA, but the rest are good kits. Mix of tricolour, broken and ???
Very pleased with both these first timers giving me kits.
Watch Me Grow
I have been breeding rabbits for a quite a few years. I thoroughly enjoy them as animals and think they make great pets. I also like to take some of them to rabbit shows to see how they measure up to the standards.