I'm really excited about this litter. I have a new *old* camera and I'm excited to use it with the little ones. I have a couple of cool ideas to use for photo shoots.
The next doe I'll be breeding is Hazelnut. I'll breed her either at the end of the month or the end of next, depending on how big Cinny's litter is. I'm not expecting Hazel to have very many, but with the strict 15 rabbit limit my parents put in place, if Cinnamon has 6 like last time, or more, I can't breed until the babies are around 4 weeks old - which will put the doe's due date exactly when the babies will be weaned. Once I get a shed, the limit will go up, probably to around 25.
Today is the first day I've started to unpack from last week's show. My next show is in 2 weeks, on October 25. It's in Port Orchard, so quite a bit away from Everett, but we're making the drive up there hopeful for another leg for Saige. Rabbit shows can also be a great source of family time, lol. One of my brothers thoroughly enjoys the shows. Once I get my shed next spring, I'll be buying a couple cages for him to use for a couple rabbits of his to show, and, eventually, breed. He's pretty excited about it. So am I. The WSHLRC is in need of new youth members. Most of the shows don't have enough entries to qualify the winner for a leg, which is the whole point of showing rabbits in the first place.
There are today's ramblings. I'll probably post an article about my upcoming booklet in my next blog. See you tomorrow! :)