Born August 10, this Speck x Calypso holland lop girl left for her new home today. She got picked up while we were in Chatham today. She was part of a litter of seven.
This handsome dude found himself a home this week. Born on Aug 10 to Speck by Calypso. He's the biggest of the litter and a confident lad. Part of a litter of seven.
Speck and Calypso boy, born Aug 10. This lad is the smallest of the litter of seven. Little birthday girl kept pointing to him and saying "BUNNY!". My guess is little chestnut has earned the name Bunny! :)
These two girls off to a new home this morning. Speck and Calypso, born August 10. #3 takes after dad in personality, very calm and quiet. Number 5 takes after mom and is into EVERYTHING. She's a nice bun and is confident in herself.
I originally told the buyers they were from two different moms, but I had 3 confused with another girlie.
Hi ho hi ho...
Of to London I will go
This hollad lop lad off Speck and Calypso found his way into a new home today. Out of a litter of seven, this sweet natured lad is tort in colour and was born August 10, 2020. He should do well in his new home. Momma a broken blue, and dad a tricolour.
Seven healthy kits in a beautiful nest. I was convinced she hadn't gotten bred but she did! A gorgeous nest from a somewhat timid doe.
Watch Me Grow
With just enough colour to be a broken, not a charlie, this young broken black went to a new home today. A couple of dwarf bunnies will keep her company.
A Speck x Band kit from May 21.
Her people messaged me tonight asking how long it might take for her to settle in. Apparently she likes the man of the household but tends to widdle on the lady of the household. Why would she do that? was the question.
My best guess is the lady of the household either lacks confidence in handling a bunny, or has a perfume or odour about her that bunny can detect that bunny is not fond of.
It could also simply be information overload for a young bunny. Immediately integrated into a household with two bunnies and not allowed her own place to call her own for a while.
I hope she is doing well and will thrive in her new home. She is definitely being a submissive girl in the picture they sent.
Driving home today after picking up some needed items a phone call. We've lost our bunny and our youngest is distraught, do you have any?
Four hours later when life permitted, Miss girlie here went to her new home. She's a calm gentle lass who has inherited her momma's intelligence and her dad's calmness. A sweet soft touch who should mature into a doe with a curious nature, a love of head pets on her own terms, and a good spirit.
Speck and Band. May 21st youngster.
A Band and Speck kit from May 21st, this little girl is too smart for her own good. First to the cage door to greet me in the morning, and quickest to notice when I'm doing things. She's less bothered by heat then any others in her litter. I'm sure she'll shine in her new home.
This little fellow's owner had a bunny from me a few years back who recently passed away. After saying good-bye to him, they discovered it was time for a new bunny.
He's a May 21 boy from Speck and Band.
Update from his people
From his owner: "He’s been running around, jumping, and exploring since he got home. We named him (Super) Mario because of his little moustache. He’s definitely a spunky little guy, he was not shy or scared at all. Both him and Harris (the little guy before him) have been such sweet additions to our home.
Thank you so much. "
Isn't his name fantastic? I love the name, suits him to a "T"
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.