Meet Jinger!! She is my new little Fawn doe, all the way from Central AR!!! She is just stunning, and has the cutest most curious little personality ever. Jinger is about 5 months old, and is quickly becoming everybody's new favorite bunny. Even Noah, the 3 year old, calls her his big fluffy bunny, and Jinger spends much time in the house with the family. She is getting to be quite spoiled, and everyone adores her.
**Those pumpkins are miniature, she is not larger than a normal pumpkin! ;)**
Lady Cora, My new Blue doe.
This is my other new little doe, Cora, she is also from Central AR. She is about 18 months old, and her coat is already sheared. I'll be updating a picture of her as soon as she grows it all back! She is a Blue/Lilac color, (I haven't decided which yet, it is SO hard to tell!).
It this photo (Right) she almost looks chocolate, but she isn't!
Announcing Mr. Robin Ridge Butterscotch!!! He is my new Tortoise Shell buck, all the way from Branson MO! He is just darling, I call him my Butterball for short. He is quickly becoming acquainted with all of my little does, and seems to enjoy his new company. He does need badly shorn (I need to shear his wool like I did with Angel) soon, and I'll be working on it hopefully this week. We've been terribly (or should I say joyfully?) busy canning up over 800 lbs. of Apples this week, thus he is still waiting to be "barbered".
Cupcake and Angel
Who could forget my darling Angel??? In this photo she is posing with Cupcake, my little Grey Dutch doe, for her formal Fall picture. Cupcake keeps us (Mary Grace and I) on our toes, as she is my most curious, fiesty (but not in a mean way), precocious little rabbit I have. My word! It took me (and Mary) 15 minutes to catch her 3 seconds after this photo was taken. Of course Angel lived up to her name by being so patient throughout the ordeal!
From Left to Right, Jinger, Amy, and Julianne. So precious!
Julianne and sweet little Amy, these girls are like sisters!
No more pictures! Run! Julianne is in the front making the heroic dash, Jinger and Butterball behind her.
Julianne gave me such a scare this week. She is only 4 months old, and was not supposed to be bred, but on Monday morning, she went into labor. She labored, bleeding, all through through the night until Tuesday morning. At about 11 am, she passed two large (very large) stillborn babies. I called her original breeder, asking when she was exposed to a buck, and it turned out to be her cream littermate (buck) that did the horrible deed at 13 weeks. Both the breeder and I were surprised, as normally a buck of 13 weeks should not be able to breed a doe of the same age. But, lesson learned, they most certainly can. I'm so thankful Julianne is okay now, I was really scared I was going to lose her. Her and Amy are best friends, and they love to be together.
Jinger loves to pose for the camera!
Elise's babies are about 2 weeks old now, their eyes just opened. Sweet little guys, I can't tell if they are boy or girls yet, but I should be able to soon! I love having a nestbox of 6 blue babies! :)
Only 2 weeks old! Already has the ideal perfect body pose! These little ones will do great in show!
Tiny Blue bunny...
Robin Ridge Butterscotch
So these is a happy little October update for you! I have still more Angora's expected in November-December, and I'm getting some lovely little chocolate Dutch this month too. I hope to breed Angel and Cora here this week, and I'll be hoping for some November babies! Thanks so much for stopping by, and please, Please, PLEASE, leave me a comment!!!
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!