Three kits born to this duo. Unfortunately one passed away. The other two I am hazarding a guess will be lilac or amber. :)
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Little Miss Brownie Marie (I think I Have the second name correct) found herself into a new home today.
This tidy little package is the product of Emma and Noah. She was born on April 6, 2022. Part of a litter of four containing a lilac, amber, a poor chocolate otter, and a perfect chocolate otter.
Miss Brownie might not be a great example of a chocolate otter but she is a sweetheart and should make her new owner a great pet.
I rarely name the bunnies that I am not keeping but occasionally a bunny finds himself a name with me. Tat is one such bunny. Such a funny little corker.
Today Tat headed off with a young man to a new home I think he said in Seaforth.
Tat was born on April 6, 2022. Part of a litter of four containing a lilac, amber, a poor chocoate otter, and a perfect chocolate otter. Tat of course, being the excellently marked otter boy.
He has always been a fun-loving, busy boy with a good curious attitude about the world around him.
Mom is Emma, Pops is Noah.
Berry had two kits in the afternoon, and seemed content but a bit off. I attributed that to her hard work of delivery two big healthy kits. In the morning I discovered a third, also big healthy kit. Good job Berry. An extremely well built nest of fur, she just needed a little supplementing of straw bedding.
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A well-made nest, with six kits, light and dark kits. Light kits are solid and broken. They are lightly marked.
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This little ragmuffin found his way into his new home today. He'll be living in London with his older (by way of another litter) brother. Born on April 6, 2022 to Noah and Emma.
Adding this post late. This little lad found himself into a new home just before Christmas. Off Emma and Noah. From a litter of four he's the only one that survived til weaning. He got spoiled ALOT. :)
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.