$30 unless otherwise noted.
$20 unless otherwise noted.
Oh but a hopeful happy camper I am. :)
the picture above is Lem. I have a gal who lives stateside who is thinking to take him and Milkshake and two youngsters home. I am ecstatic! I did NOT want to have to cull this boyo to make room in my rabbitry and Lem is such a soft touch of a rabbit. Likes behind the head scritches and is just so easy to work with though he is annoyed at me right now because I have him in a too small cage.
another reason I am so happy is my lover boy Bandit will be moving into a pet home at the end of the week. My Mr. Smooshie face has a lovely pet home with a well experienced owner wanting to take him home. :) woot woot!
Another reason to be happy is Shimmer found a new home today. She is heavily pregnant but going to a well experienced home where she will become a retired breeder and pet for a lady and her daughter.
STILL looking for their new places
Milkshake surprised with a litter of nine kits. Four were born on the wire, but I found them in time to plunk them into the nestbox. it's a first litter for her and Spots pictured below. The litter looks to mostly be blue and black magpies, with one chocolate magpie.
Today I made some animals happy and irritated... :)
e. Rosie pictured above (named by the lad next door) was SO easy to tattoo and nail clip. She's a bit of a flightier bunny (not crazy just more prone to stand back with head up for flight)... but she was such a dollie.
Whereas Peek-a-mommy, my son's pet rabbit. uncharacteristically had a major cow! To the extent that she escaped from me! Crazy girlie. Normally she's as calm as a peach but today.. well... miss crazy pants. Thinking there had to be reason I checked her for signs of breeding readiness and voila~ She got a date with Shade. :) She'll be much calmer now by evening.
I did make a couple of goofs. Miss Sally (above) is now going to be called Naomi, and Miss Naomi is now going to be call Sally. Not a real big deal.. but I went with for tattoos (since I have an easy tatt and therefore have some flexibility in tattooing), the first two letters of their names. (this just for the most part I was flexible since Marilla got MR instead of MA since Marie got MA. Anyways, I'll stop rambling here.
Soldier got his first ever "date" today. I matched him up with Gina (black doe from Ally). Hoping to see results in another 31 days. I also bred Peek, Shake and Anaka. Anaka is currently raising a litter, but has two WEE kits left with her. She's not stressed at all and for the past two days has been Miss hormonal queen. This should settle her down and help her to focus on doing her current job of raising kits instead of running around saying Look at me. aren't I pretty?? Silly silly silly doe. :)
I need to keep revising who I keep in my herd.
I decided with the harlequins simply NOT to keep the chocolates or the lilacs. Either you are a good blue or a good black or I'm simply not going to keep you.
I'm going to breed for clean markings and decent type. Getting GOOD type in harlequins is a bit of a struggle but all one can do is persevere. :)
To that end the following harlequins are for sale
Stormy is of breeding age. And she very much wants to be a mommy. This does' personality is to be a breeding doe, she is NOT a pet.
Shake is a decent young doe. She will be a breeding age/size in another month or so. She's a nicely mannered young doe and should do well as a pet or as a breeding rabbit.
Lem is a hugely sweet boy. He is very shy, easy with the ladies, and just a pleasant young rabbit. This picture does not do him justice and I really need to update it.
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.