Two below are off to a breeding homes with three children in Waterloo. They've been named Plum and Clover.
These two kits off Sage and AeroBar are gone to new homes in Seaforth. They are to be family pets. :) Two girls.
This Varia youngster will fill the heart of a young man who is on his own and needing a companion. Had a bunny before but needed to rehome it due to family pressure. This bun will heal that gap in a heart. :) Homed in London. This tiny girl should fill the bill quite nicely.
Purchased by a young lady who bought a bunny only to have it die 24 hours later, this young Biscuit boy will have a life as a pet. He'll make neighbourhood children happy. Living in London.
two kits born. both chocolate, one solid, one broken. Fostered in one harlequin kit for warmth factors.
Watch me grow
hopefully their new owner will be pleased with them and do well showing. :)
Two kits from Varia and Mitch. The kit above is a male. Nice youngster. The kit below is female, she's quite tiny.
three kits born. biggest broken chocolate. middle size chocolate. Peanut chocolate. Peanut won't survive. Trying to help the other two to survive so have brought them in the house for the night.
From a litter born two days earlier, three born.
Two failed quickly. This little lad looked poorly for a while but has suddenly decided life is good and worth living.
He's a curious youngster. Likes to say hi. He's quite "not polish" in his attitude having been raised by a holland lop doe. He''s more apt to be in your face trying to figure out what is happening next.
He should be showable.
I don't expect him to a large polish, he seems to reaching to mature at around 2 lbs.
A very nice young lad.
Varia and Mitch kindled three kits a day early.
Had I known this would happen I would have checked on them early this morning as rain/wind noises can sometimes make good moms slightly idoitic.
Anyways, this morning found three kits scattered in a poorly made nest.
Two brokens, one solid.
Varia will be rebred to Mitch in a couple of days.
Varia wasn't due until the 12th. She decided to have babies unexpectedly today. We have three. All look to be chocolate based at this point. She had three kits.
It was actually rather cool. This morning I noted she wanted a nestbox (and since I had planned to give her one that was no biggie)...but then she was all confused about it so I gave her two so she took the straw from one and put it in the other.
Went to the house, did dishes, came back out to collect a guinea pig and said ACK!!! she's had babies and didn't pull fur! So I quickly rescued the three kits and made a nest. Pulled a kit from no-name doe to help keep them warm. Gave them some of my saved fur and life is good. Wasn't God good in his timing there? I"m just amazed at how he reminds me to just trust him.
Lost the dark one, the smaller of the two brokens isn't looking very strong this morning. They've been fostered to Scotch in order to stay good and warm.
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.