This doe gives no hints if she is bred or not. I expected another failure as she just kept acting like she always does. Imagine my surprise when she kindled with six kits into a well-made nest. One DOA.
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This tiny girl has gone into a new home. She's a small lass, her new person might use her as a breeding animal, time will tell.
It was rather fun actually. Her new owner chose to work off her purchase price, helping me to fall clean the rabbitry. We chatted rabbits off and on all day long.
On this coldish October day, I just wanted to take the time to say Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. May you have a lovely weekend with or without bunnies! (hopefully with of course!) :)
Two kits, poorly made nest, and did everything kinda on the spot. We have a mystery kit that I think belongs to Splatter but might be Moss's. Hard to know for sure. It's badly bruised and very cold when I found it in a buck's cage. Was a bit damaged too. Currently warm and well in with Splatter's kits.
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So I have this last fuzzy boy off Cinder. I am HOPING this gets the fuzzies out of my herd since as adorable as they are, I've seen horror at the hands of those who don't care for them properly. I have a fellow wanting to see more pics so I figured this was the best way to show case Mr. Fuzzy.
litter of three in a nice small nest. Hopefully a doe in the mix to replace Splatter. make that four? Found a straggler in a buck cage two rows over and down one. How it got there...haven't a clue. cold and almost gone, but woot woot.. all warmed up now! Assuming it was from Splatter as Moss hadn't started her delivery yet.
Lots the Tricolour. Stopped eating when returned from vacation. Don't know if stress got to him (with a strange caregiver or what).
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SunShine's Girlie into a new home. Off to be a thanksgiving day gift to a mom whose been looking for a bunny.
Cinder kept throwing me fuzzy kits regardless of who I bred her to, ergo I sent her off to a new home. I don't much care for having fuzzies as they are harder to care for and the risk in new pet homes didn't set well with me. Out of my rabbitry and into a pet home.
This younglin' off Raven wasn't maturing as quickly as it's litter mates. I could not tell if male or female so it headed off to a pet home where gender uncertainties didn't matter. A nice black kit that should make for a good pet.
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.