Midnight gave me three babies this morning. William is dad. She didn't pull fur or make a good nest so I'm glad I brought her into the house as the babies are all snug as can be.. I can make her a nice nest with saved fur later on.
Two dead kits as a result of this pairing. One very large squished kit (broken) and one peanut (solid).
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.
Abuntay and William produced two kits. One quite large and the other normal sized. Good nest built. Both kits dead ...due to the oversized kit.
One solid chocolate kit born. Fostering two meat type buns over to keep that kit warm. Big for a polish baby.
Watch Me Grow
two kits born. both chocolate, one solid, one broken. Fostered in one harlequin kit for warmth factors.
Watch me grow
Two girlies (I think)....last week I thought one might be a buck so no promises at this point. Most likely keeping the one female as my son is quite intrigued by her. he may claim her for his own, he hasn't decided yet.
this was a good litter from Oreo. Was pleased with how they turned out.
Jeremy and Biscuit's girlie have gone to be breeding meat bunnies.
Oreo and Marie's daughters have gone to a pet home.
Potter has gone to a breeding home (actually she'll be going to her new home on Saturday).
All have gone to pet homes ranging from St. Thomas to Stratford to London.
Nice youngsters, should do their new owners well.
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.