Hamilton area youth breeder picked up these two youngsters yesterday.
We had a bit of a talk. I hope she does well with these two. I told her they were good starter bunnies. Advised her to always breed for health.
These two boys from Pinny are off to new homes. Born on April 15 out of AeroBar, these two sweethearts will be making a young boy and girl quite pleased. Living both an outdoor and an indoor lifestyle. :)
They brought along a friend who might wish to get a bunny in about four weeks. :)
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.
This one off Biscuit and Spots, Londesborough, buck
This one off Marie and AeroBar, Toronto, buck
This one off Splash and Spots, Londesborough, doe
Three young rabbits off to new homes today.
They should do well for their new people.
It's been a busy week, got LOTS done.
The guinea pigs have been moved outside! WOOT WOOT. All except for Kettle. She's too young to go with the boar yet. I've been rotating the girls as to who gets to stay inside with her. Amazingly none of them are volunteering...they want to be outside munching on lovely delicious grass all day long... not babysitting the baby. :) Ah well... they will survive.
This of course meant that Miss Peek-a-mommy had to give up her outdoors digs so she's now moved inside again. She's somewhat unimpressed by this. Giving her a ton of fresh cut grass today helped to make up for that though.
AeroBar has moved back to his original home. Jim has kinda given up on getting his does to breed to his blue-eyed white buck they kept refusing him, so he said I gotta get these does bred so he asked if he could buy him back. I said sure. I'm hoping i didn't jump the gun as I don't know if Beethoven is fertile yet, I'm just hoping he is. :)
What else? Oh! I'm getting my garden planted. the buns will be happy with these leftovers: carrots, swiss chard, spinach, prickly lettuce, basil, various lettuces, radish greens, turnip greens and so much more. :)
Oh and today I brought my Slippers home. Slip spent the winter in cosy comfort at a friends house. She wasn't appreciating the cold winter all that much as she is my oldest girlie. She's now home and safely living in her old/new digs. It's good to have her home again. :)
four kits born from Pinny. Suspect one is a chin, two are quite light and one I'm just not sure on.
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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.