I'm a bit late in getting this out, but some animals have found new homes this week.
These two boys are off to be loved by a family in London.
This boy off Rosie x Reacher born May 12 is off to a pet home in Ingersoll.
This girl off Rosie x Reacher born May 12 is off to a pet home as well.
All these girls (born to Kettle and Daisy on May 26, 2014) and their moms (pictured below) are off to new homes. They are heading off to a petting zoo in the Brampton area.
This young lad (biscuit x biscotti, Apr 20) left as well. :) He is going to become the companion to a lonely wallaby baby. Apparently rabbits make excellent companions for them. :)
and look what I got to meet and hold briefly! YES!!!! it's a joey. It was abandoned by it's mom. In about 5 months it will run with a small kangeroo herd, in the meantime they ship in Kangeroo milk from Australia for it. It was very sweet. It's name is Geri.
Came home yesterday to 9 new wee ones in the guinea pig run. Exactly who belongs to whom.. I made educated guesses. Thinking that Kettle here had five pups with Daisy with four due to size of bellies during pregnancy. Could be wrong though, so it's all just a guess.
Watch me Grow
Sold these kids on Friday I think it was? It was earlier than I was going to but freezing rain, long drive, I let the folks come early. Guinea pigs are pretty easy to transition and move so I wasn't too worried. :)
Tava has gone to a new home pregnant. Gave the gal a deal since I wanted less piggies over the winter and I can bring in new blood in the spring. Tava is a Sept 2012 pup.
Kettle has joined her. Since Gemma and Kettle look so much a like and produce quite similar pups I decided to let one of them go as well. Kettle is guessed at being a Feb 2013 pup.
I forgot to put this litter announcement in, I figured late is better than never. :)
Today I got together with my homeschool group. The location made pickup closer for some people, so three youngsters went to find new homes. :)
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.