Here is a bunch of pictures of my little buns! I have a new doe (I named Diana) and she has 8 kits! 4 are grey and 4 are black. Their eyes just opened and now they are growing lots every day!! I just love this stage of raising bunnies, especially right after their eyes open.
And this is Diana. Isn't she pretty?!! She is fully pedigreed and the buck she was bred to for these kits is also fully pedigreed with 3 ribbons! I can't wait to see what the babies will look like in just a week or so. This is really exciting!
I have Tessa right next to Diana, in what I call the "baby cage" where I keep my birthing does, small babies, and pregnant does. Right now these girls are "friends" right next to each other, but I'm almost ready to move Diana out into the other hutch as her babies have figured out how to hop out of the nestbox, so Ella Mae can get adjusted to her "bungalow" before birthing. Fun Fun! This picture is of Tessa's six little blues. Two of them had their eyes just open too!
Another of Tessa's! There is one perfectly marked Blue doe and she isn't currently spoken for... Any takers? : )
This is little Beth. She is a Tortoise doe, and she is perfectly marked, and will be ready for her new home in one week. She is ready for her home now, but our two year old wants a "baby bunny" to play with until the Tessa and Diana's babies are ready to come out of the nestbox. She is adorable! I found a playpen at a Garage sale this weekend for $1 and I thought it would make a sweet little pen for someone like Beth, who I don't want to mix with my older does, and to keep her in the house. It is really neat and I would recommend it for indoor pets. You can get them at your local pet store and they are easy to assemble. It is small and takes up little to no space as it folds down quite easily.
One more of Beth and her playpen. I put newspaper down for her to be on and since I have linoleum flooring it is easy to clean and Beth is loving the Attention she is getting from Noah (our two year old). : )
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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!