well it really never ends .. a couple of weeks ago I drove to Barrie and picked up 7 rabbits .. you are right.. I don't need 7 new rabbits .. less is more in fact .. but I placed one rabbit nearly instantly - in a weird internet way someone knew I was getting a head tilt bunny, she was in Florida - she knew someone in Ontario who she thought would be an amazing home .. so Matilta (yah I crack myself up) was here for 2 days - I was pretty sure she'd be a forever bunny but she landed feet first and is already a very spoiled pet! Another dear little rabbit found a forever home .. with a good aquaintance of mine .. which is nice as little Chia is a dear ...
so that takes me down to 5 extra rabbits - one is a Polish rabbit - cute as a button - I'm hoping she can find a forever home quickly too :)
She's young and cute as can be!
the remaining 4 - Tegan is quite young - has been bred twice but never managed to raise a litter .. she is a siamese sable and quite social and interested in life.
Daisy is BEAUTIFUL, a broken something (just means white and black) and while she isn't eating as well as I'd like she is starting to think treats are neat.
Joy is scared to death - a big (well for the breed) lovely grey chinchilla coloured bunny she has obviously not been handled much.
The last bunny is a sad case - she isn't eating much and it looks like she has serious liver issues - I've heard the word palliative in conjunction with her already :(
they surely are beautiful souls though - it's a honour to have them in my crazy life ..
I think Tegan, Daisy and maybe Joy will all be good fibre girls
Fibre wise we are living with Franklin (turns out I'm right - fibre comes off a handicapped bunny too!), Puff Daddy (an english angora) and Ella as well as the ever loving Niobe ... so to add 2 or maybe 3 rabbits to the mix seems reasonable