It is the second day of October, and Fall is in the air. I am excited to announce the arrivals of some gorgeous new English Angora's! All three of these new sweeties are "Fresh from Texas". They came up last week from the Dallas/Fort worth area, and are really neat rabbits. They have gorgeous wool, and although their bangs are chewed short, (I bought them that way, I got a very small discount since their bangs are chewed, but they are already growing back) they still are absolutely stunning. Pictured left is the buck, He supposed to be Cream, but I think he looks Fawn. I'm still deciding, either way he is handsome. I'm planning on breeding him to my darling Angel this week!
My new Cream doe, Julianne
This is the Cream doe, Julianne. She is 5 months old, and is ready to be bred. English Angora's mature younger than Dutch do (my Dutch mature at about 8 months) and since this doe is already lifting and "flexing" to be bred, I'm planning on breeding her this week to Fitzgerald as well. She also has her bangs chewed, but you won't be able to tell that in a month or so. Her ear furnishings aren't what they should, (comparing to Angel and Fitzgerald) but I think with a good buck, her babies should look lovely. I love the Creams, Tortoiseshells and Fawns in the English Angora's. I delight in the BEW's, and the REW's and Blues are gorgeous too! I like to describe the Cream as being a light Almond color.
This is Amy. She is a REW doe, and she is the cutest thing e.v.e.r. Angel is still my favorite, but I'd say this little girl is my second favorite. She too is from Texas, and is about 3 months old. I perfectly adore her, she is like a miniature Angel. I won't breed her until December at least, if not January.
So these are my new English Angora's. I still have two more on their way up from AR and they will be announced as soon as they arrive! They are both does, one is a Blue and the other is a stunning Fawn.
& little Maid Amy
And of course we are here to welcome Elise's litter of 6 blues!! I can tell that 2 are girls for sure, I'm still waiting to see what the others will be. I love litters of blues, they are extra fun to photograph. Elise is being such a good momma, I'm happy to see how caring she is. These are the first of Hornblower's babies I've seen yet, and I'm very pleased. : ) All of these guys are marked well and already have developed beautiful baby coats, at only 5 days old!! If you are wanting one, please let me know, several are already spoken for.
Can't forget a picture of Momma Elise!
The friend that picked my 3 new English Angora's up from TX for me, happened to have some free kittens. This is the first time we've had a cat in over 2 years, because our dogs hate cats, and I'm not a cat lover either (sorry!). But Emma is such a pretty, sweet little thing, that the dogs are actually leaving her alone, and I don't mind her as long as she stays out of trouble.
My junior Doe Cupcake is turning out very nicely. I hope to show her in 2014, and I think she holds promise on the show table. She is a pedigreed Bergene, her mother was an exceptional rabbit, and I'm thrilled that I have have a baby of her to keep. (her mother hemorrhaged recently and didn't make it)
And what is a blog post without a picture of my Angel. She just gets prettier every day. She is like a puppy in personality too!
So there is a lovely blog update for you! I'll be adding some more fun breeding stock before November, including a chocolate Dutch pair, and 2 more English Angora does. Watch for more updates! In the meantime, please read my bunny policy as I have updated it, and also enjoy the new setup. I felt ready for a change, and I'll soon be changing the website name as well, due to my English Angora's. Since they are pedigreed, I have to put a specific name on the pedigree, and Bungalow of bunnies is too long. So, More changes to come! :) Thanks for stopping By! ~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!