The baby angora rabbits are four weeks old today and they have achieved maximum cuteness. All six are healthy and rambunctious. Last night they came out of the pen and ran all over the barn for the first time. Bunny paradise! These friendly fawns enjoy cuddling. It’s my onerous task to snuggle the little ones, accustoming them to being handled. Sometimes raising rabbits is a tough job!
There are three white albinos with red eyes, and one each of chocolate, sable and color point. I have not checked them yet for sex, but am hoping at least a couple of the colored ones are female so I can keep them. I might even keep a white one since I’m down to just one adult rabbit with the loss of my buck. He sure gave me some pretty babies.
The color point is such a lovely shade. It’s creamy with brownish-gray point. Even the little tail and feet are pointed, so adorable. The chocolate and sable are beautiful, deep shades. And who can resist a red-eyed white fawn that loves to sit in your hand?
The babies eat like little piggies, taking in the nutrition they need for rapid growth. Fresh dandelions, clover, wild carrot and grass are a daily treat they rush over to nibble. Mama Moonstone is doing an excellent job raising her babies. A really great mother bunny.
Since I have so few rabbits, it will be hard to let any of them go. At least there is another month to enjoy their antics. The ones going to new homes will be ready to leave at eight weeks of age. I hope to also locate a young, unrelated buck for my rabbitry so there will be baby bunnies next year.