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post #1 of 36 Old 04-29-2012, 10:04 AM Thread Starter
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Dwarf Hotot Kits (bunnies)!

My kits were just born 4-28-12 :) They are from a purebred Dwarf hotot buck and doe also pedigreed. The mother is a sport (spotted) and father is a black banded (black around eyes) there were 3 born!

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I will also continue to post pictures as they grow and get bigger :)
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post #2 of 36 Old 04-29-2012, 10:22 AM
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Do you have pics of the buck & doe? Baby bunnies kind of creep me out, I will look forward to seeing pics of the little critters when they have hair
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post #3 of 36 Old 04-29-2012, 10:28 AM Thread Starter
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I had 14 californian kits born as well yesterday! Six from my first mom and eight from my second however theyre all now with the first mom since the second moms instincts didnt kick it. Theyre were born around noon and were scattered all over the floor of my rabbitry. All freezing and starving. It was terrible. However theyre all warm and safe and cozy now!
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My kits are buried in the ground lol, she dug a hole in the horse stall she lives in and had them down there, I just have to peal back the rubber mat to see them :)
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That sounds like an awesome setup! If i didnt lose rabbits to the heat every year id love to have my in a better place than the garage but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do. I lose two grand champions and a grand champion producer last year.. JUST after the grands first litter turned a month old.
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Aww that's not good, I hope I don't lose any bunnies this year or any rabbits!
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Thanks! I sure hope im not gonna. The bunnies i got to replace em were VERY expensive x.X Also i must say... ima sucker for dwarf hotots! I can never find any around here or they'd be what i bred. Sadly calis are basically what people want around here. Livestock show rabbits.
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How cute! I like the black eyeliner (for lack of better word) on the white rabbit.
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How cute! I like the black eyeliner (for lack of better word) on the white rabbit.
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