Baby Holland Lops
News about our current litters of Baby Holland Lops is found here. As each litter develops, most of the kits will be listed on our Available Bunnies page, with the occasional bunny being kept to help establish our own breeding line. Click on the pictures to enlarge them for more cute Baby Holland Lops detail. :)
Baby Holland Lops
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We currently have 6 families approved, ready, and waiting to be matched with upcoming Buns. :)
Once contacted, please kindly respond with your decision within 24 hours.
We are always available to answer any questions you may have.
The families on our waiting list agree to contact us every two weeks to reiterate their interest in getting a Bun from us.
(This requirement was included in the New Bunny Questionnaire you submitted.)
If we don't hear from you, your name will be removed from the list.
We will be editing the list on the 1st of every month.
(There will be an asterisk after the name of those from whom we have heard for that check-in period.)
Sweet very cuddly baby doe to bond with Gator, prefers lighter (than black) solid color - (Missie H)*
Friendly, goof-ball Bun for animal-loving family - (The J. Family)*
Super-sweet lap Bun of either gender (ideally out of Wispy) - (Diane C.)*
Sweet, cuddly broken patterned baby buck to bond with Cookie after her spay in early June- (Jamie T.)*
Last updated 6/15/21
The names of those we haven't heard from in the past month will be removed from the list on 6/1.
These families are waiting to pick up their Buns
Genevieve (Jenny) & Joey - 5 babies
Born on May 31, 2021
First-time mama Jenny did a wonderful job kindling her first litter. All five of her babies made it and she appears to be taking very good care of them. All of these wee ones will be solid-colored and we are very excited to see what colors these two favorite Buns have made together. <3 The darker babies have a decidedly blue coloring, but this isn't photographing very well. Perhaps there may be some sweet squirrels like their sire Joey to love.
6/8/21...These little ones are doing great! One of the cream babies keeps giving us heart palpitations because he/she is never in the same part of the nest box as the others. That one likes to have more room to spread out and prefers not to be squashed under a pile of litter mates. We're always amazed what a difference a few days makes in the lives of the kits in terms of looks. The pictures show the cream kits to be more orangey than they really are and the squirrel/opal babies still look darker than they are in person.