The folks who picked up Timothy also have a pair of Holland Lops. This is the habitat for those loppies. Isn't it a great running and living area for them? Complete with storage up top? I'm told that the area in front is also a running spot for them. :)
And I have never been happier.
A young lady and this older fellow...perhaps a dad? Came by tonight with their young doe looking for a companion for him.
Timothy was intrigued, the doe seemed a bit alarmed but interested. It was an odd bonding moment for the lass and her bunny. :)
BUT Timothy went home. It looks to have good potential to become a bonded pair. :)
My lad was sad to see him go, (as he's been nothing but a big hugable lug) but I am simply delighted that this big little boy has gotten himself a home! :) WOOT WOOT!
Below find some pics of Timothy's new digs. Timothy will be getting neutered soon.
Other than the hardware cloth used as a base, this is a fairly well designed rabbit hutch for outdoor buns. Use REAL cage wire. Better on the bunny feet.
Thought this was an interesting design for a cage. If the roof overhang was larger there would be even less concern about rabbits getting wet, and I'd love to see a roll down tarp to protect rabbits living outdoors in the winter. but overall, not a bad design. :)
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.