One of the things I find intriguing with MOST of my bunny sales at Easter is how often they are actually planned purchases (not the spontaneous ones that the HRS would have you believe). These three kits went to homes where a bunny purchase was planned, they just let it coincidence with Easter as it makes for a fun surprise for children or girlfriends. Why not combine a gift with a holiday? Saves on the money if you are inclined to give a gift at Easter. :)
These kits off Choco, Opal and Latte all safely made their way into new homes.
Four kits born to this tiny doe. I am pretty sure Sparks is the dad but I forgot to write down the breeding. As the kits mature I'll be able to tell for sure. :)
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This little fellow went of to a new home in London. He's a sweet lad that should do well eventually bonding with a spayed female.
have to admit, I really wasn't expecting a litter as Ole ButterBall wasn't particularly interested, so I just let them run together for 1/2 an hour. But hey... we had a litter of four kits! WOOT WOOT, another way to get chocolate into my herd. YAY!!!!
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RockSpirit had a dead litter, no nest or attempt. Had at least three, but don't know for sure how many.
I've sold some bunnies lately. These are from LatteBranch x SparksBranch
went to London Pet home
Off to live with an excited 8 year old lad.
Home in Kitchener for this semi fluffy girl
These two boys went off to separate homes in London. Off OpalBerry x SparksBranch
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.