Wow! The baby bunnies grew soooo fast and they all survived! Can you believe that not so long ago they looked like this?
Who would have thought that the cuteness could grow? Well it sure did! I'm excited to announce that I have seven beautiful English Angora bunnies for sale. I'm keeping one female, Pearl, because I'm in love with her coloring.
We have four chocolate agouti bunnies for sale. They are:
The two little boys, Brownie and Hickory
and the two little girls, Truffle and Sassafras (Sassy)
There are two beautiful black bunnies:
The little black boy (upon closer inspection, Jet is a girl!), Jet.
and the little black girl, Inky SOLD
There is one beautiful lilac angora: SOLD
Smokey, the boy, is a lilac angora (the lighter gray) and Pearl the girl is a blue angora (the darker gray). I'm keeping Pearl because she's beautifully blue, but has a pure white wool undercoat.
We tried very hard to get single pictures of each bunny but had some difficulty. Here are random shots. If you are interested in purchasing an angora bunny, we will do our best to get you some great shots.
|Light gray wool undercoat found on Jet and Inky|
|Light gray wool undercoat found on all the chocolate agouti bunnies|
|A basket of cuteness!|
Don't miss these videos of the bunnies!
Angoras are bred mainly for their wool because it is silky and soft. At only 11 microns in diameter it is finer and softer than cashmere. They have a humorous appearance, as they oddly resemble a fur ball with a face. Most are calm and docile, but should be handled carefully. Grooming is necessary to prevent the fibre from matting and felting on the rabbit. A condition, wool block, is common in Angora rabbits, and should be treated quickly. These rabbits are shorn every three to four months throughout the year. Source
The price for each baby angora bunny is $25.00. If you are interested, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 814-274-7825.