This little fellow off Webb and Band, born on Feb 15 is on his way to his new home. Practicing social distancing I've discovered is really easy when sending bunnies off to their new homes. A lovely little loppy.
This Jan 29 lad off Tangle and Play has such a sweet temperament that I was delighted to send him off to his new home today.
A Feb 15 lad off Webb and Band, this lad has a calm inquisitive outlook on the world.
Pond and Calypso provided this lad on Feb 6, a happy go lucky boy.
This is Rain's second failed litter. I will be evaluating her really well this week to see if trying a third breeding is worthwhile. I adore this little doe so I'm disappointed, but not all does have a mothering instinct. Six kits DOA, scattered through the cage.
Seven kits for this young doe. Not a very well made nest but she gave it a good go. She didn't mind when I took some excess fur from Cookie's litter and added it to her own.
Watch Me Grow
Pretty little Miss Webb gave birth to four delighful kits. Small nest, modest amount of fur pulled, but all kits warm. They'll come in the house overnight just to ensure they are warm enough as it's bitter cold today.
Watch Me Grow
2/7, 5/7, and 3/7 in his first show. I may show him again next year, I'll see how he develops.
I didn't expect Band to do well, and he didn't. I brought him only because I wanted to support my club, and I wanted comments on his colour and pattern. He got 5/7. 7/7 and 7/7. He got comments on his lovely colour and great pattern, decent enough head but long body. (which I already knew about). :)
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.