After a failed meeting last night, a youngish man came tonight to pick up Webb's white boy. It was a very quick meeting since it is rather cold out tonight.
He's a Nov 15 boy off Webb and Band, part of a litter of four. His colour was kind difficult to determine. He's most white but has light spots near his nose and on his ears. A pink-eyed-white he's a very sweet natured boy.
So Pepper off Spice and Band was SUPPOSED to go as a trade to gal up near Hamilton, but that ended up not working out. So I asked Emerald if she'd be interested since she had asked me about getting a chin a couple weeks ago.
Sometime in the spring I'll get a doe off her in trade, just a matter of finding the right one.
Anyways, he was born Nov 7 and was part of a litter of seven.
RJ from Webb and Band, a Nov 15 kit from a litter of four is off to her new home in St. Thomas. A smart lass I advised her new boy to do some trick training with her to keep her busy.
This soft-coated girl off Webb and Band was born on November 15 as part of a litter of four. She's a gentle natured girlie and should be really well in her new home. Her new owner, a young lady, has a couple other bunnies as well.
A November 7 boy off Spice and Band, this lightly coloured boy has found himself in a new home.
He has a quite nature, and a naturally inquisitive spirit. He should do well in his new home.
A November 7th son to Spice and Band. Part of a litter of seven. A nice young Sable point. He's off to a new home in Windsor, potentially as part of a breeder home.
This little girl off Spice and Band is off to her new home in Wingham. She was a word of mouth sale which is always the best eh? :) Born on November 7.
Panda from Heart and Band. Born Oct 3
Temi and Vip from Puddle and Band. Born Oct 15
Sprinkles, is off to a Tricolour breeding program.
On October 15 boy off Puddle and Band, part of a litter of four. This super sweet laddie went off to his new home today. The smallest of the litter he is also a very spritely lad.
This little girl, part of a litter of six, off Heart and Band went off to her new home today. She'll be joining a bunny household, living the life of luxury as a pet. She was born on Oct. 3. She struggled a bit being raised with two litters combined as one, but she's recently gone through a growth spurt. She learned developed a HUGE love of hay and mixed grains and learned how to push her way through to the middle (where don't we all know the best hay is?).
I expect she'll be a lot like her momma when she grows up. A supersweet girlie with a love of apple bits and ear rubs.
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.