Knitter Bunny's™ Dutch Rabbits and Yarns

Bunnies and Yarn, Need I Say More


Newbies

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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.

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See? So much better.

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More Babies!

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More torts this time. I’m very fond of this litter. It looks like I might have same nice ones in here.  Good color, good markings, and hopefully good bodies. With any luck I have some show and sale prospects in this litter.


The Babies Grew Too

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

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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.

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


There Might Be More Bunnies

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

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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.

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

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