My daughter read one of my updates and was wondering how we could have bunnies coming out of our ears. Well, though it is an interesting mental picture, it is not entirely true. We do have quite a few bunnies right now and soon they will be looking for homes. My goal was to have a nice selection for the Northern Michigan Lamb and Wool Festival in September, and we will!
For those interested here is the update on the 3 litters.
Pearl is a French Angora and gave birth to a litter of 4 on June 14. All are doing well and are eatting everything they can get. Very healthy and lovely buns. 3 white and one broken fawn. Not yet sexed. They look like they will be weaned and ready to go by August 2.
Princess Rose gave birth on July 7th to a litter of 9 English Angoras. We lost one, but have 8 lovely babies in a wide variety of colors. I see some Torte or Agouti, Black, White and maybe some Blue or Lilac. They should be ready by the first of September.
Then Feather had a litter of 3 English Angora kits on July 9th. Feather is a rare Blue Eyed White and was bred to Eclipse, who also carries the Blue Eyed gene. She has 2 black and 1 white kit. We have to wait for the eyes to open, but she should have a BEW. They will also be ready to go by early Septemeber.
If you have any interest in reserving a kit, please email me with your request. All buns come with pedigree.