Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Easter Bunnies

Our little kits born on Easter Morning. Still unsure on colors. I'm excited to find out, since I did a "no-no" combo. Sometimes our no-nos turn into the next big thing! A new variety... an exceptionally typed animal... for those Holland/Dwarf breeders those (dare I say the "f" word?) babies who turn FUZZY and turn out to be the start of a new breed project and show winners. Am I sounding a little TOO optimistic? LOL. I understand, there are many downsides... but I'm crossing fingers for the best.


Do you know how difficult it is to get a good picture of newborn kits? They are always wiggling, or what some call "pop-corning". It's rather cute, since it does look like popping pop corn but you can hear their mouths and joints clicking. Sounds like popping popcorn to me! hehe.

Either way, I'm very appreciated for these three little babies, showable or not, they still are lives and will be accepted every step of the way! LOL, that sounds rather crazy... but really... unless they bite me. Let's not go there. ;)

Susie Cederlof
Wooly World Rabbitry


Tru-Luv Rabbitry said...

Congratulations for all the filled nest boxes!

Briana B. said...

I know how you feel...darn little things move all over when you want a picture or the hair falls over them and it looks like an ugly blob of heads, legs and arms. lol My jersey doe, Brandy, just had 5 kits. :) 3 are otter and 2 are self...or shaded... not sure yet. lol So I know how you feel with that too. Momma is black and out of a white and blue and daddy is a black tort with a tan pattern out of a chestnut and a smoke could change once they get a bit older...I hate waiting to find out! I want to know now!!! lol