For those of you looking to purchase a bunny companion this fall... my next babies should be ready to list around the first or second week of November. This means they'll be ready for new homes around the end of November!
This week I had FIVE new litters born in the rabbitry! My Katielee had her first litter and three of them will be the Blue-Eyed-White bunnies! These bunnies will be ready towards the end of November. I also have a couple of litters - one from Sophie and the other from Daisy - which will be listed online soon. So if you're looking to adopt, you'll want to keep an eye on the "available bunnies" page!
This is a story about somebunny who ate too much! He was the only surviving kit in his litter so his mommy doted on him a little too much! He ate and ate until all four legs stuck straight out. Still he loved to eat! His owner tried to put him on a diet which helped a little bit but it was too late for poor Blimpo. Two of his little legs just stick straight out. He is a happy bunny and somehow he still manages to get around but life will be a little different for him! The moral of the story is: be careful how much you eat!
I will have a small batch of babies to post in a few weeks so feel free to check back! Cookie and Hurst have some beautiful babies growing! Pumpkin and Brownie also have brand new ones... pictures coming soon!
I keep thinking maybe I should post a diary of a days work in the rabbitry! However, it is a very unromantic story at times! If you happen to visit on a Monday, you will usually find me mopping floors, scrubbing and emptying trays, and scraping out nest boxes. My main trays get sprayed down twice a day but Mondays we do deep cleaning! Its amazing what my sweet little bunnies can accomplish in a short time! Or perhaps you'll find me crouched over on the ground trying to take pictures of jumping, squirming little bunnies who want to explore the world and taste everything in sight right this minute! You wouldn't believe how many pictures I have to take of each one in order to get those cute ones you see - there's lots of blurry ones between the good ones!
This week I finally got a little patio made outside my front door so hopefully now I can avoid the mud puddles on my middle of the night check up trips! Nothing like going out in my bath robe and flip flops at 2am to slop through puddles!
I originally got the idea to raise rabbits for fertilizer for my garden! Obviously, one thing led to another and I am now the owner of a small rabbitry. I love my bunnies and enjoy spending time with them!