Mamma Holly finally produced her first offspring, SIX baby bunnies.
Hard to tell exactly when they were born, already fat and happy. Holly had made a tunnel out of the protective tarp I use on the floor….built a nest, instead of using the already prepared nest box, and had her babies.
I found them while I was cleaning, picked them up all bundled in their furry nest and laid them in the box, counting five, including one little cold one that had wandered away.
Just now I thought I should check on them, especially the chilly one, and found ONE MORE!.
Holly is a little stand-offish, but by the size of their tummies, they are being fed and cared for. This gives me something to do in between bottle feeding Scarlett, the baby lamb and waiting for Shar the sheep to produce her baby(s).
So, even though the sun refuses to shine, and it is still cold and windy and snow-covered outside, Cabin Creek Acres is happy to welcome new arrivals.
Hello from the Web Guy!
Our webcam has been back up for a few days now, featuring the latest baby bunnies found at Cabin Creek Acres. Did you know that we have a website all about our bunnies – BunniesforBabies.com?
Well, we’re planning something super special for our bunnies and our viewers – a BUNNY DISCO! The bunnies get their own stage, with lights and music to hop to. It’s gonna be fun!
You can watch it LIVE here on Saturday night at 9pm Eastern. Also, at the bunnies regular site, AND we’ve made a super special site just for this event – BUNNYDISCO.COM!!
Tell your friends, pass the word, and we’ll see you all on Saturday night 9pm at BUNNYDISCO.COM!
Lil’ Nate was getting a little noisy to bring in at night, so he had to have a critter proof home, No problem as long as the Cabana went with him….he met Skeeter the Magician this morning. If he learns to behave himself, he may have a show business future. Pearl, the Lionhead Rabbit is entertaining today…pictures later.
How relaxed can a duck be?
Oh, Goodness, It’s Earnie moving in with her brood., born May 27th.
Three of the five,
Thought this was was lost in transport, just tired of the activity.