Both of these buns went off to separate pet homes in London.
Five babies born. Two Peanuts.
Two broken, one solid.
Mom made a poor nest, kits were chilled, stuck them in with Carma's litter to warm up and brought them in the house for the afternoon. Will divide litter for evening chores and keep them warm with Carma's tonight again. :)
This is Miss Georgia's second litter and the lack of care given this litter (and complete failure with the first) doesn't bode well for her longevity in my herd.
Watch Me Grow
well that was disappointing. Georgia had four babies last night, two peanuts, one bruised and stretched, and one normal. But that baby would not have been able to keep itself warm and even in the summer would have died due to the chill the other kits would have given it. Disappointing, but she's a young doe. I'll rebreed her in two weeks.
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.