Five kits born to this duo. Broken and solid kits from what I can tell thus far. A well made nest, doing a good job thus far.
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Today my last boy off Beauty and Moose found his way into a new home. I met mom at the local Toyota dealership.
This Feb 9 boy is a calm steady fellow. I expect he'll be a food-motivated boy like his daddy when he grows up. A bunny who will come to visit when you are sitting on the floor with him and thoroughly enjoy ear rubs.
My favourite boy of this litter, he headed off to his new home yesterday to join Chocolate Otter.
He's a Feb 9 boy off Moose and Beauty. This boy made me laugh quite regularly. A curious lad who likes to explore, he had enough personality early on that he'd get annoyed with me and do silly bunny head shake. Such a fun lad. I hope his new person will thoroughly enjoy him as I have.
I was holding this guy back from Easter sales since I didn't want an unknowledgeable Easter person taking him home.
A bunny experienced person came to today to look at my babies and fell in love with him.
So off he went! :) He'll have a room to call his own.
He's a Feb 9 boy off Moose and Beauty. Smallest of the litter he's put on a bit a growth spurt this week. I expect him to mature to 3.5 lbs. He's a quiet, lacking in confidence boy when he's not in his own area. It takes him a little bit of time to commit to action, but once he knows he's safe it's all good!
A little charmer, he's been my pocket bunny. I so wish he'd been a girl! :)
Sir Winston is going to a home with two boys that have ear/hearing issues. They were intrigued by a bunny with no ears. They will be supported by a lady who is well experienced with bunnies. Born Jan 28 to Elly and Saw.
Tracks is heading into a breeding home, run by the lady who'll be supporting Sir Winston and his boys. Born Feb 9 from Beauty and Moose. He's a chocolate tricolour.
After two failed litters from other does I was delighted that Beauty gave birth to six little wigglers. One light, one dark, the rest broken if I remember correctly.
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It was a hard choice for a Romania immigrant to Canada. Chestnut doe or broken black doe. But in the end, the broken black won out.
As she made her choice the new owner talked about why she was looking for a bunny. They lost their previous bunny to head-tilt, around the same time they learned their 20 year cat back home had passed away. A son mourned the loss.
A new bunny will help with the whole mourning momma thought, so off this little girl went.
She's a Beauty x Calypso daughter, born on Sept 11. Part of a litter of two, her brother found a home earlier.
LItter of two. Beauty x Calypso litter. Soft-natured, very curious in a laid back sort of way. He'll be part of a breeding home.
A litter of two, I think one broken black, one broken chocolate. Time will tell for sure. She'll be fostering kits from at least one other doe.
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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.