Thursday, February 11, 2010

Waiting Game...

We are patiently awaiting upon babies at the moment... it's been 5 1/2 months since we have had a litter born, and the anticipation is killing me!

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Simca was due the 10/11 of February. I think it is funny when we breed does on two or more days, they always have them at the latest date when you wish they'd just have them the day before. :P Eh, I don't care, as long as they are born fat & healthy. I'm really crossing fingers.

I've currently spent the past few nights with one of the animals I pet sit, Zeus. He's a really cool "dude" and a total blast to be around. A big furry boyfriend who doesn't talk back! LOL. ;) I took him by work today so I could run to the post office a couple blocks away. He sure is a hit, and pretty easy to control for the most part, aside that he is 160 lbs and I'm only 100 and 5 feet tall, even!

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As I was walking home with him, I started watching the other pedestrians and even vehicle's drivers, one person about broke their neck driving while their eyes focused on Zeus. I was wondering if I could ever get in trouble for "distracting" drivers if a cause of an accident? I almost about saw one happen with this kid driving. Not good.

I currently have a few American Fuzzy Lops available for sale. Lucky Lop's Abraham & Hobb's Malakai could be found on my website on the "bucks" pages. I also have a SSD and a BSB available. Just making room for upcoming litters. :)

Here is my Broken Junior Buck, almost Senior, Netherland Dwarf C&M Mickey:

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It's beautiful here today, about 60*F, a little chilly but I'll take it!

Have a good weekend!
Susie :@)

2 comments:

truluvrabbitry said...

I am sure it wasn't Zeus distracting the drivers. It's you! LOL!

Love the ND btw! And sending you baby prayers....

retriever farm said...

Hi I took a quick stroll around your blog and jsut wanted to say you sound like a very mature well informed girl. anyway my daughter turns 9 this year and will be starting 4H. We have purchased a few bunnies to go with our existing meat herd, hoping to get something to show. We've been told some of them will do ok, but we know nothing, so I'm looking forward to exploring your blog some more and learning a thing or two.