Isn’t she a beauty? This is Misty’s Firebird. Spotted her at West Coast Classic and decided to branch into rufus! Hope to have some offspring with my Black Otter buck ready in Fall. My Black Otter, Jack, comes out of a dam with deep red coloring… I’ve been waiting for an appropriately red doe to… Continue reading My new Belgian Hare rufus doe!
Hotots are an arched breed, but unfortunately were classified as commercial type in the U.S. so are posed on the show table into the commercial rabbit loaf-pose. The truth is this gorgeous breed is both a meaty commercial build rabbit, and an arched breed, and while chunky compared to other arched breeds, I feel shows… Continue reading How Hotots are posed in Switzerland
Baby Blanc d’Hotot Braveheart – our house bunny! He’s the most snuggly rabbit I’ve ever met. We’ll see if he keeps that trait into his adulthood, but right now he’s just my darling. Has two siblings, Sultan x Shaherazod.
The guy who started it all… my first (and still, only) Belgian Hare. He’s a wonderful creature, smart, agile, funny. I love this little guy. We used to let him roam our whole 2-acre property, he considered it his job to run up to greet visitors. After he caught a respiratory illness from the wild… Continue reading Belgian Hare – Jack the Rabbit
Here’s my handsome boy, Sultan, has German lines. Lovely rabbit and lovely personality.
Pip shows off her new cage. Its 10 feet long, with a divider in the middle. The divider has a door in it, the spring latch is visible just above her forehead. This way I can introduce another young female on the other side (an Hotot, Bowie, is over there) and see if the two… Continue reading Colony Living – Cage Style
Our protective matriarch Bijoux watches me closely as I investigate her litter of kits. The original white rabbit with blue eyes, this breed originates in Europe.