These four kits left for the same home this morning.
This little guys folks really really wanted to have a solid black loppie, and here they got one. :) WhiskerSong x Baccia.
Elsa and NightLily's strong minded, smart lad went off to his new home. Born Feb 10, 2016.
The bigger of Elsa's two black boys went to live with a family who had just lost their holland lop boy.
Both of these boys are off RedBlaze. They went to live with two young girls.
Night's Cry x BluePond boy into a new home today. Born Feb 4, 2016
These two January 26 boys off LeafBlossom and Baccia. These youngsters are heading off to Belle River.
Feb 19 pups off Eureka and RedBlaze will be sharing a domicile with a young man.
Night's Cry x BluePond Feb 4, daughter living with a young lady in London.
Night's Cry x BluePond Feb 4, son living on a farm in South Huron. He left a few days back but I never noted it.
This lovely little girl off BranchNook and Diablo is off to a home in London. Jan 21.
So my big lover mutt BluePond is off to a new home. This was a touch of a difficult decision for me, but I decided it was better to let him head off. I don't need to breed bigger rabbits anymore, and the smaller bunnies are easier to handle. :) It's also REALLY easy to get back into them if I so choose to do so. The daughter is a Jan 20 girl off IvyPool.
Nights Cry and her son (pictured below) went off to their new home today. A fellow off Rabbittalk.com has been having issues getting kits off his does so wanted to add some new blood. Night's Cry is normally a calm easily pet doe but this litter has been very skittery. She'll be moved into a colony situation (with her own space not shared, just a situation with lots of room for her and her kits and a visiting buck).
RisenSun x Bacci, Holland Lop. Born Jan. 22, 2015. A boy. new home in Woodstock.
LilyFlower x TinyTim, born Kindled: Dec. 15 2015, female.
Eight born nice litter. Lost one OR I totally miscounted as I didn't find a dead body or body parts (common if mom cleans up).
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.