Holly x Reacher - April 16, off to a London home.
Peach x Corbin - April 10 2014- off to a Listowel home.
These two boys are off to a home in Ingersoll to be well cared for pets in very animal friendly household (but no pet spiders as they are the only animal not appreciated by certain members of the family).
Miss Peach NORMAL routine
day 28 nestbox eat all straw
day 29 eat half the straw make a tunnel
day 30 kindle, with excellent nest.
day 28 eat all the straw
day 29 eat all the straw, kindle with lots of fur, but no straw nest so babies all freeze. Four dead kits.
Aggravated I am.
This has been a though three months trying to breed my hollands.
out of 12 does bred... TWO viable litters....and one dead doe....
It's gotta change right?
Sold a couple of bunnies today and brought home a guinea pig.
four kits born. I was sure she wasn't pregnant so was quite surprised to see four kits in a nestbox almost bare of straw (she ate it all AGAIN). so fixed up the nest and fostered two of Pepper's kits in with her.
Watch Me Grow
This is a Peach x Beethoven girlie. The light picture shows her colour the best. She's a black japanese, has smut. $30. Open to trades (holland lop). This is a very quiet young doe. Should be good as a pet for most anyone.
This young girl has gone to a pet home outside Exeter.
This Peach x Beethoven kit of May 18 has gone to a pet home outside of Harriston. He's a busy boy who should keep a teenage girl and her sister quite happy.
I have to admit to being a bit surprised tonight when a lady came over tonight somewhat late-ish and wanted to see the buns. I thought she might take one, possibly two buns home with her...but she took three. :)
She's rabbit experienced with lots of animals and a barn so it'll all work out well. i was just a tad surprised at three bunnies going to a new home. :)
All boys. They were well informed that three boys living together won't work out, and they'll need to separate them, one immediately and two in about a month.
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.