This little fellow hung around long enough I was starting to call him Timmy. I'm sure his owner has changed his name now. Before I forget let me tell you he's off Aid and Pete. He was born on April 9. A pleasant laid-back little man, he'll make his owner a fine companion animal. His colour is harlequinized tort.
This little lady was originally claimed by an interested party who then changed her mind. I put an ad up for her and off she went to a new home. My little sweetling has found a life as a companion animal.
Born April 9 to Puddle and Band.
Born of Spice and Calypso I had pegged this girlie to be one I kept but her fuzziness didn't seem to abate. Born March 15 she's proved to be a slightly bossy lady, but she should mature to a calm, easy-going lass much like her momma. She left to go into a pet home.
In this pic I have her marked as a broken chocolate tort, but there are times I think she is really a tricolour. Time will tell for sure what she is.
Sweet Boys new owner came to pick him up today. This lovely even-tempered lad was starting to win my heart since he's such a good boy. :) But he has new hearts to win over now which is the best!
He was born on April 9, 2020, to Step and Calypso. His colour is black Japanese. He is a purebred Holland Lop.
His name is now Nico. Doesn't he look all handsome in his new digs? :)
This evening Miss Fuzzy met the perfect person to love on her, and relaxed enough with her to pee on her. :) What a christening eh?
It was nice to talk with these two young ladies, and to see how naturally Miss Fuzzy's new person took to grooming her. I missed a small mat and while we chatted new owner had it mostly all worked out.
Born of Aid and Pete, Miss Fuzzy was the only fuzzy in the litter. Funny how genetics play out isn't it? The only girl, the only fuzzy. Makes me wonder if, in her mom, if it's linked. Genetics intrigue. Her birthday, April 9, 2020.
Yesterday I sent this little chocolate japanese holland lop off to her new home. her people messaged me and told me her new name was Lyla.
They wrote: The bunny “Lyla” is doing amazing! She really adjusted so well over here and we are very grateful for you selling her to us! I was a little worried for her being in the car, didn’t seem like she liked it at all! She is such a pleasure to have around! Her temperament is so sweet and she’s very interested in everything! Thank you for the care sheet attachment, really appreciate it!
If you wondered. Bunnies often don't care for car rides, they really just tolerate them. They are sensitive to noise and vibration so car rides tend not to be their thing.
Step and Calypso produced this little girl on April 9.
SideStep is very much like her momma with just a hint more confidence that she inherited from her dad.
Now called Mabel, she's been placed with a colony of rabbits. Which admittedly has me extremely going GAH I don't like this. But everyone raises rabbits differently. But the lack of quarantine and she's just a baby.... Has me feeling very nervous.
Aid and Pete produced this fine little tort on April 9. He was joined in his new breeder home by two of Puddle's Daughters.
I almost decided to keep the chocolate but decided at the last moment that I liked the Amber just a bit more for size and personality. Band combined with Puddle to produce these girls on April 9, 2020.
I hope they do well in their future home.
Peanut (the solid) and I think... Bandit (the broken) are brothers and heading off their new home.
Their people did EXACTLY what I like people doing. Did their research and then came with questions. LOVE it when people do that. So smart!
If they have additional questions they will message me and I'll answer them. :) Just love inquisitive folks gives me more chances to talk bunny. I would have talked longer with them but had a gal waiting to pick up her bunnies.
From Puddle and Band, born April 9.
These two kiddos off Puddle and Band, born on April 9. I think, but I'm not sure, that both headed to the London area. They did go to separate 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.
For the BEST rabbit forum I've ever found. Go to Rabbittalk.com. Good for the pet rabbit owner as well as the breeder for meat or show.