On the way up north to go camping I made a couple of bunny stops. The first one was a brief stop in Shelburne.
Recent return Scarlett made her way to a new home.
Aid left her most recent litter to be raised by Beauty and made her way to a tricolour breeder home.
My gorgeous girlie off Puddle and Calypso moved her way north. I was so tempted to keep her.
Flower's tri boy off Calypso finished off the foursome. I hope the Megan does well with them.
Aid's June 25 boy off Calypso finally has a home. This serious minded small boy, I had thought for sure would find a home sooner, but today.... off he went with a birthday girl.
This July 6 boy is off to a Dutton home. Mom is TipTop and Dad is Band. He is from a litter of six. A sweet-natured lad with a slightly retiring nature.
Aid and Calypso brought this beauty into the world on June 25. A sweet lass who missed her sister Angel last night. She should do well in her new home.
Angel is a June 25th girl off Aid and Calypso. A tiny girl that I held back a bit since she's so little. Her new people are well-experienced with rabbits so she's moving into a good new home.
After my yard sale today I went to feed the rabbits and found her sister bipping about looking for her. She received her supper and that settled her down. She's got a night to chill with mom and then she's moving on to new adventures tomorrow.
Off to London I go, Off to London I go,
Hi ho the dairy oh.
Off to London I go.
Born June 25 to Aid and Calypso, this almost sable point girl found her forever home today. I needed to take the time to litter train her for her new people. We'll see how well that holds in her new home. :) Bunnies can be silly that way eh?
So the owner of these three littles I've known for a few years. She's been thinking of doing bunnies on their hobby farm. She wants to breed tricolour hollands so I sent a trio that should get her want she wants.
Puddle and Calypso girlie July 6.
BandAid and Calypso from June 25 girlie.
Flight x Band son from June 27.
A litter of seven, all light coloured. My goal: a litter of tris with a good head and short body. Time will tell.
A well made nest, glad I gave her extra straw last night as she must have dug up a storm. :) Straw was EVERYWHERE. Tons of fur pulled, I'll need to mind them in the heat.
Watch Me Grow
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 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.
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.