Bailey, nearly 8 months old now, apparently doesn't like the little sweatshirt I put on her last night. She needed a haircut so I gave her one, but it was cold and very windy. She needed a replacement for her own coat. Her sweatshirt is a sleeve off an old one of mine. I cut little leg holes for her front legs but she is doing her best to chew the whole thing off and those little leg holes gave her a good starting point. She is chewing both sides, close to meeting in the middle. I hope it lasts at least one more night.
This is the time of year I scramble to get ready for winter. Shearing bunnies is a big part of that, but so is getting their hutches all snug and clean. Hard work but I'd still rather do that than house work or clean out the gutters. Getting ready for winter this year reminds me I really want a small herd, not the larger one of years past. For one thing, I don't need a big herd anymore. Over the years, I bred thicker, more productive coats into my bunnies so each bunny gives me plenty of foof, more than I can keep up with: seriously, well more than 5 pounds of angora every three months is ENOUGH! If you want some, I'm happy to sell you some. If you'd like a bunny of your own like the opal boy there to the left, I'm happy to help with that, too. Just click on that little "email me" link up there on the right, shoot me an email, and we'll chat.