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Played around with the baby bunnies again today, the two light bunnies I think might be the same color, just one has regular fur and one has rex fur. The other two kits in that litter look rex, an opal and a castor.

The litter with two kits looks like a chestnut regular fur and castor rex.

Willow's litter looks like opal regular fur and three chestnut/castors, couldn't see fur type since they were all hiding from the scary human.

Munchkin 1 came out when I was trying to feed and water the rabbits. He is very pushy and demanded I let him help feed the rabbits. So I helped him scoop the scooper full, then had to lift him up so he could dump the feed in the j feeder. Then repeat down the line, two scoops per rabbit. I ran out of patience but he was excited to help. It will be less frustrating when he's taller and has better scooping skills.

He enjoys helping Grandma feed the chickens and gather eggs, plus Grandpa on the other side has him help feed the horse and goats.
 

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Second one this week! Last one was smaller, didn't get a picture though. Both found inside the bunny shelter.

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First group of baby bunnies (10) are doing well, second group keep popcorning out of the nest boxes. Willow daughter has 8 and is doing fantastic, Lefty had 7, lost 1 at birth and lost a runt last night. The remaining 5 are doing well. Last two does are due today and one already pulled fur.
 
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