I know there are a few people waiting for this, so without further ado...
The orange and chestnut are both little does.
All three of the black torts are little bucks.
The smallest of the bucks (with the ears that have not lopped at all) is being supplemented with kitten formula. He is less than half the size of his littermates and we are very concerned about his lack of growth. He is eating well and gaining about .5 gram per day, but to say he is tiny and has a lot of growing to do would be an understatement. He weighed in at 27 grams today, while his brothers are 60 and 61 grams. We don't know if he will make it or not, but we are doing everything we can to help him. He will be staying with us until we are sure he is strong and healthy enough to be a wonderful, cuddly pet.
The other four bunnies in the litter will be listed on the Available Bunnies page soon. They will be ready to go on or after January 9th.
Amy is the Big Bunny at the Hot Cross Buns Holland Lop Rabbitry. She manages the furry bunnies as well as her own brood of five kits, with the help of her incredibly patient husband of nineteen years. Hot Cross Hoppenings will be a journal of our adventures in Holland Lop life.