So I have this last fuzzy boy off Cinder. I am HOPING this gets the fuzzies out of my herd since as adorable as they are, I've seen horror at the hands of those who don't care for them properly. I have a fellow wanting to see more pics so I figured this was the best way to show case Mr. Fuzzy.
Cinder kept throwing me fuzzy kits regardless of who I bred her to, ergo I sent her off to a new home. I don't much care for having fuzzies as they are harder to care for and the risk in new pet homes didn't set well with me. Out of my rabbitry and into a pet home.
This younglin' off Raven wasn't maturing as quickly as it's litter mates. I could not tell if male or female so it headed off to a pet home where gender uncertainties didn't matter. A nice black kit that should make for a good pet.
I think this is the right one. The three boys in Raven's litter are so similar it's hard to tell them apart when going only from pics. Anyways, he's moved in with Emily in Goderich.
These two kids of Cinder and Horatio found themselves in new homes today. Separate homes, one to a young fellow with I think a family (not entirely sure) and the other to become a companion animal to an English lop.
left later last night to go to her new home after having a brief play date with her new companion, a tiny lad that I sold a couple years back. They did well! :)
Had a fellow call me about a lonely bunny. Her companion disappeared and she's been moping. So this curious, but quiet lad headed out to cheer up a lonely girl.
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.