I think I have their new names correct even though I can't recall the broken orange's name. These kiddos left for their new home yesterday. Big hutch, happy owner.
this laddie from Moss went to his new home last night. A good lad for a young lady just old enough to have her own bunny.
This June 13 kit from Moss and Hash went into his new home tonight. A rabbit experienced lady had a hard time making a choice but finally managed to do so.
Five kits born to this duo. Moss needed some help making a good nest. Fostering three kits from Raven.
Looks to be orange, black, maybe tort. Lost the peanut early on.
Watch Me Grow
Moss gave no indication that she was bred and has been acting like she isn't so I was shocked to find her huddled over a singleton. A little white kit, smaller than Berry's six littles. Hopefully it will survive the push and pull of larger kits.
Had a second kit 4 days later, doa
Watch Me Grow
They needed some buns, so I sent them off to the Pet store.
This young buck was thought to be a doe, so I sent him off. He'll make a great pet. Off Moss and Hash.
Latte's shy boy
Splatter's Boy by Calypso.
This girlie off Heart's Cry
Tracey's off Hash
These November babies off Moss and Hash are off to new homes. The girl to London and the boy to Hamilton. The girl is a touch fuzzy but not too bad, the boy is just a very sweet lad.
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.