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Last Oregon Kits


This little kit is out of the last litter to be born here in Oregon.  I don’t even have any does bred right now.  I have to wait until closer to the move to breed again now.  This little kit is a tort, in case you were wondering.




These are some really fresh babies. Hours old at best. They were a little “underbaked” as I thought of it. As in, they did not stay in the womb long enough. Just over a day of life helped them to perk right up and darken in color so you can better tell they are blues.


See? So much better.

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We Have Kits

Again. The does have started kindling again with the start of my breeding season. I always enjoy my break during summer, but I do look forward to seeing the kits when my season starts again.


These two were the very first kits born during the season. They were a bit cold so I brought them in to warm up.


This doe was actively in the process of kindling when I snapped this photo.


This one was just a fat single baby. I couldn’t resist a photo. Look at how fat that cute little tummy is.

The Babies Grew Too


Look at how adorable the English Angoras have become. Those 5 days I was gone certainly resulted in changes in the babies.


There is nothing quite so entertaining to me in the rabbit barn as half-grown babies nursing. They are so intent on their milk that they wiggle and jiggle and jitter around seeking a teat.



And the does just want them to hurry-up and finish so they can go back about their business.

There Might Be More Bunnies


Check out this baby. English Angora. Chestnut color. So. Cute.


You can see the chestnut here in the foreground.  Some Dutch babies and then in the back is the fawn English Angora and a second chestnut English Angora.


Oh and this one.  I love this sweet little fawn.  It has such long feet and ears right now.


I love the face and head on this one. It is just adorable.