I forgot last weekend to put this post up. This kit from Acorn x Sarge born on January 17, a young Holland Lop has found a new home up in the Barrie area. His name is now DC. A tiny lad, he's a siamese sable.
Six kits born from Acorn. Four DOA. She didn't build much of a nest so I'm very pleased I brought her into the house. one normal, one small.. don't think it's a peanut though, time will tell. I fostered them to Shaya. The second last litter I have off Sarge.
Watch Me Grow
I had high hopes that Stevie would be pregnant, though she never gave me any indication that she was. Never looked plumper, never asked for a nestbox and when given one ignored it other than continually eating the straw in it.
Last night she gave birth to five babies... two peanuts, one stretched, and two looked normal but all were dead. It's a disappointment. She did everything right, made a lovely nest, except that most of the straw had been eaten.
It's a frustration.
Sold a couple of bunnies today and brought home a guinea pig.
This young boy off to make a young lass happy in London. :) He is a son of Logos and Sarge born on October 9.
Jill x Corbin - females $20, males $15
Mixed breed bunnies, dad a holland lop, mom a mixed breed rescue
Logos x Sarge - females $50 , males $40
Pure holland lops. Male broken fawn, female sable point, female broken orange
Temp x Tanner Jr - males $15
three young boys.
First time doe, two dead kits. Kinda bummed...
Sent these two boys off Sienna x Sarge born on Sept 8 to the pet store today. Going on holidays next week and wanted their cage empty so that all the bunnies could be in one tent while I'm away. Make it easier for my rabbit care person.
This boy from Sienna x Sarge, born on Sept 8 found a new home today. Pet home in London.
He'll make a young lady and her fellow happy. :)
also sold some mice to a young fellow for a breeder home. The bicolour in the middle left with a girl friend. One of the many blacks. My son has no mice ready to sell at this point. Waiting for babies to be born. :)
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.