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KellyGa    Posted 04-21-2004 at 17:59:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
We got him! He is beautiful. Got to see his Mama and Daddy too. He is four months old, has a pedigree, and he is 10 and a half pounds right now. His Mama weighs 17 pounds and his daddy weighs 20! He is Fawn colored. Got him all settled into his hutch for the night. Shelby is so happy, and really excited. The man we bought him from coached her and told her all about the rabbit shows, and he said he wants to see her there, that she is sure to win. His mama and daddy have won many times, his mama is a 4L? Can't remember how they say it, but its rabbit talk for big time winner. lol GOt to catch up on all the lingo so we will be in on things come time for her to show him in the Ga Natl Fair in October, I don't know who is more excited, me or her. I am so glad she is taking to showing and tending animals. Makes my heart burst with proudness!


DD    Posted 04-21-2004 at 19:20:16       [Reply]  [No Email]
Congrats on the new bunny : ) Sounds like ya'll both will have lotsa fun with him.


donna in w.v    Posted 04-21-2004 at 18:15:23       [Reply]  [Send Email]
glad Shelby is so interested. can't wait till the grandduaghters are old enough. Autumn is only 3 and Moly is 1 1/2 so we have a way to go. grandson Damien is 9 but he lives in mass. with his dad and we only have him 2-3 weeks in the summer ,and we see his up north once or twice a year.


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