Breed: 5/8 Checkered Flemish Giant (62%) & 3/8 Continental Giant (37%)
Colors: Solid Light Grey, Checkered Light Grey, maybe others still developing
Size: GIANT (16-21lbs) no real maximum size, it is just a common size for a large portion of our grown babies. We've had several 22 and 23lb as well, it just all depends.
B4 - Solid Light Grey Buck
B5 - Spotted Lower Ears Checkered Light Grey Buck
D3 - Checkered Light Grey Doe with White Streaked Ears
D5 - Solid Light Grey Doe
B1 - Picked Up - Can't wait for pictures!
D2 - Picked Up
D1 - Picked Up
D4 - Picked Up
B6 - Picked Up
B3 Picked Up
B2 Picked Up
Not all babies are spoken for as of right now. Contact us if you would like on the list.
Babies will spend 7-8weeks with their Mom. Then Babies here at the Cotton Patch spend 5-7days in a weaning stall, where they learn to be big baby bunnies away from Mom. During this time babies are not handled by visitors, this allows them to continue to develop a strong immunity. These dates are tentative, we play everything by Bunny Ear here!
Babies will be allowed to go to their new homes starting July 23rd. This date is tentative and assumes Mrs. Sherbert will nurse the babies until they are 8weeks. At 8weeks of age the babies will move into a weaning stall where they will remain for a week while they learn how to big.
Every baby bunny is sent home with a General Care Sheet and a well stocked transitional care package. This is to ensure our babies have the absolute best start possible, so they can grow to be big giant bunnies!
Mr. Silver Spot is 1/2 Continental Giant & 1/2 Checkered Flemish Giant (C.P. Original Proprietary Breed)
Mrs. Jewel is 3/4 Checkered Flemish Giant (C.P. Original Proprietary Breed) & 1/4 Continental Giant
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So sleepy, so comfy in awkward positions!
Wide range of Light Grey colors emerging!
Big litter, but Mrs. Jewel is keeping them well fed!
Those ears are big already!
Can you see the nose and tiny paw?
With their eyes just opened the babies are light sensitive and shy.
Hard to get pictures where every baby holds still!
After a while the babies became curious about me and some popped their heads up for a look.
Their colors are becoming pretty clear at this point, looks like we have Checkered Light Grey and Solid Light Grey Babies!
On the LEFT we have a Solid Light Grey Baby and on the Right we have a Checkered Light Grey Baby
Baby bunnies go through many stages of socialization. When their eyes initially open they are quite shy and fearful. The next week, this week, emboldened and adventurous!
A lightly patterned Checkered Light Grey Baby was curious and came in for some scrunches.
Almost got three babies sitting still in one picture!
Silly baby bunnies with their door shut were so curious and emboldened, they eagerly got pets. But once that door opened they darted back to their nest box!
These are just some very quick pictures and not every baby is pictured. We got rained out so we will revisiting and taking more pictures.
Plus a finger in the picture, doh!
"B2" in the background
B2 is a rare spotted eared buck, a first in the line! We actually have two spotted eared bucks in this litter.
This doe has a pristine white coat, with light Blue/Grey eyes. Since her parents carry the blue eyed gene we are not sure if her eyes will turn brown or stay Blue/Grey.
Our last Checkered Light Grey Buck is available as of 7/21/2020
This cute girl is our last Checkered Light Grey Doe. The Brown/Sandy ticking on her back we expect to fade as it is usually staining of the baby fur from nestbox (siblings pile ontop of each other, pee and even though Mom cleans them it stains the fur). Her first big shedd should clear this up.