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Discussion in 'Photo Philes' started by Faizah, Mar 7, 2019.
I had just gotten him on Monday and he's 5 weeks old
I am so late to this game! I absolutely love ALL the bunnies in here. They are all gorgeous, adorable, cute, and beautiful! Here is my lady Trixie. No idea what her breed is, so she's just a mutt/mixed breed lol.
I'm learning that she's quite spunky. I'm grateful that our bond continues to grow, even though we've only adopted her about 2 months ago. She's learned to trust enough to let me hold her for a few, and snuggled with us on the bed the other night for the first time. My heart is more full of love ever since she's come into my life.
I hope my vet doesn't mind my borrowing the picture taken at her office. So far, this is the best shot we've gotten of our pedigreed Flemmie, Robbie, 10½-months old, 15-pounds.
my baby girl fritz! the best pic of her...
My lionhead had babies Tues. 28th. Hope they strive and do well. So far so good!
Oh my goodness! All of these bunnies are beautiful!! (I did research on what breeds my rabbits are and I might be wrong, but this is what I found.)
Here is my one year old male Sable Point Lionhead named Lincoln:
Here is my six month old female Broken Siamese Sable named Lucina:
This is Haru. ♥️
The information I got from the web said that lionhead rabbits usually have 2 to 4 kits, the average is 4. I first thought she had 5, then discovered 6, and now I've determined that there's 7! All doing well. Could she have been cross bred therefore the possibility of giving birth to more than 4? Any knowledge would be appreciated. The gray is momma and the "chocolate" is the buck. He had ears that stayed straight up when he was young but lopped after while. She was opposite, her ears were down and finally stood up. Crazy!
Cute! It is normal to have different amounts of kits in each litter, but they do sound like they are mixes because of their ears.
This is my 9 month holland lop, Basil!
Sorry don't know why it posted same pic loads of times
My 15 pound Bigfoot.
Isn't he still nursing? Seems pretty young to remove from mom
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