Cicily's Darling babies are getting big! There are 2 blacks, and the other two lighter ones are Lilac or Light Chocolate. Lilac is the most probable, but I just sense a bit of maybe chocolate hiding still. You can see from my last blog post's picture how much these little munchkins changed color. They are so soft and sweet! :)
Sasha, the puppy, and little Phillipa!
I did a fun little photoshoot a couple days ago with Phillipa, the puppy, and Sasha. They were great posers, but getting 3 animals to look at you is a bit tedious. But, I love it! Phillipa just gets prettier and fluffier by the day, everyone loves her more and more!
Dolls! I had to take this picture, Phillipa is just a little furball. :) She is about 1-2 weeks younger than my little Blue dutch in this photo, but her wool is already so long that you can't even tell. She loves her new friends, and they all get along quite well. She doesn't seem lonely for her real brothers and sisters, for which I'm so glad. A happy bunny is a healthy bunny!
Phillipa and Nora
Although the clarity on this photo is the greatest, I still can't help sharing it with you. Phillipa was just starting to wash herself (*people germs, ahhhh*) and our little puppy was fascinated, or rather, waiting to pounce! (*dog germs, much worse!*) (* *) = Phillipa's note. ;)
Sweet little Amy gets prettier and prettier. I was planning on entering her in the Sedaila show in a couple weeks, but I ended up skipping it. I'm still hoping to go to look around, but I'll be entering next time. I'd like to get an idea of what I'm going up against, what my requirements need to be, what to work on improving, and then jump in head first in the Spring. I was planning on taking Cupcake and Hornblower, I know that they would both do well. I also thought I might try taking Amy, she is filling out so well. I might try showing her in the Spring. I'm not showing is FFA or 4-H, I'm heading for the annual MO State show, so I need to be sure I'm fully ready. I hope that I'll do well, in the meantime I'm still working on perfecting every small detail.
5 little guys need a home!
These little guys are all ready for their new homes! Yep, they're all boys. I was slightly disappointed, I was hoping for more girls. I can't help questioning if it has something to do with the Bergene genes, somehow I always end up with a lot of boys from my Bergene's.
Look at this Stunning guy! This is my EA buck Fitzgerald, and he is turning out just beautiful. I can't wait to spin his wool! I might try showing him come spring too! I brought him inside and had a little grooming fest with him. ;) And yes, it took me over an hour. His bangs are still coming in, We'll see how he ends up turning out!
Well there is a lovely little update for you folks! I'd like to shout out a big Thank you to all you anonymous viewers out there that are looking at my blog and website. I know a few friends, but most of you are just random readers and viewers. I've reached 231 views per day, and that makes me happy! Thanks again! ~Anna
Welcome! I'm Anna, and I raise Dutch and English Angora rabbits. I love staging photoshoots and I use the blog as a way for you to get a glimpse of the adorable bunnies I cherish. I try to post on my "bunny blog" at least once a month, so check back for updates! Also check out my facebook page in the top right hand corner of my site. Thanks for stopping by, and enjoy the pictures!