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 Post subject: Bunnilicious Stud
PostPosted: Thu Jun 09, 2011 6:29 pm 
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Was just talking to Cal about the soon to be honeymoon and it looks like the date has been set for the 11th June. You could almost see the twinkle in his eye when I made the suggestion. As the sun disappears, and day turns in to night, the champagne corks will pop. A toast will be made and the happy couple will spend the night together, no videos this time.

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 Post subject: Re: Bunnilicious Stud
PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2011 3:45 pm 
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Right I'm off home to get the video camera... :D

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 Post subject: Re: Bunnilicious Stud
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Be prepared for a laugh .... Make sure you don't blink though! :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Bunnilicious Stud
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Think I missed the first act, it happened before I was released from the aviary!

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 Post subject: Re: Bunnilicious Stud
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Faye missed the first one.... She was still trying to get out of the cage after putting the girl in there in there.... By the time she got out of the cage first round was well over... :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Bunnilicious Stud
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Well here it is, the second act, much the same as the third and it got boring after that.
Not much to see, we expect the birth date will be 10th July and ready for around 10th October or thereabouts! Joel made me put this up :sad2: :talk: :dunno: :run: :shock2: :confused: :crazy: :blush: :help: :shock: :P

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 Post subject: Re: Bunnilicious Stud
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Ohhh yeah.... And like I forced you to take that picture..... :lol: Ok I did encourage you.... "quick Faye, get the camera, you missed the first one, quick take a picture...."

It's the deviant in me..... :cool:

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 Post subject: Re: Bunnilicious Stud
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Told you not to blink!! But congratulations! :clap:

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:clap: glad they are happy together :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Bunnilicious Stud
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Now the wait..................................................

I think girl bunny was glad that boy bunny was taken out of the cage the next morning... :)

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 Post subject: Re: Bunnilicious Stud
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31 days expired at midnight and at 11am today, the beautiful dam named Quokka began pulling her fur out and started to nest. Joels mum was here and was able to witness the birth, not that we could really see much as she was fairly private about the whole thing but my guess is that there are 12 little ones. They are hard to count at the moment, from woah to go was about 20 minutes. Of course I have photos, but ummm I will wait till I can get a nice one, I warned the office staff, Joel said yuk, so best I don't post these ones.

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 Post subject: Re: Bunnilicious Stud
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Congratulations!! :hug:

Cal did it!!! He's a good boy!

It is worth going in tomorrow and checking them (very quickly) to make sure they are all ok and alive. If there are 12 it is possible to lose a couple, as that is probably too many for her to feed successfully (though not impossible!).
Keep a check too as sometimes they end up in odd places because they have stayed attached to the teat when the doe leaves the nest, and they are too young to find their way back.

Well done!!!

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She did seem quite pleased with herself, about an hour after they were born she went back to her favourite corner at the other end of the hutch, and stood on her hind legs to greet me. Of course I told her just how clever I thought she was.

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 Post subject: Re: Bunnilicious Stud
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The proud mum, I don't think she has stopped eating, the babies must have taken a lot out of her and she is now spending a lot of time eating and pulling her hair out, as only mums can.
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The little babies are hard to see under all the fluff, there are some dark ones there as well. I am still thinking there might be twelve, will have another little sneak peek later.

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