Around the Farm || Bunnies
Hi, lovely people!
As I mentioned before, we have bunnies on our farm. We will get a buck off off E-Bay soon, and raise the bunny rabbits to sell, and *gulp*, eat. We got these two bunnies from some friends who couldn't take them, when they moved to Alabama. The Californian, also known as the California White, is a breed of domestic rabbit developed in the early 1920s by George West in Southern California. He crossed Himalayan breeds and the Standard Chinchilla rabbit breed and then crossed the offspring with New Zealand Whites.
The Californian is the bunny below, the one with black ears and nose.
We named her Cottontail.
This one above is a New Zealand Bunny. The New Zealand White rabbit is a breed of rabbit, which despite the name was developed in the United States. The original breeds to make the New Zealand is unknown. Her name is Beatrix, named after Beatrix Potter.
And of course, I had to get a cute picture of my sister, "Pumpkin Spice," I call her, petting the cute bunny, Cottontail.
Do you have a bunny or bunnies?
Do you live on a farm?
All for now,