The Bunnies have escaped at the Rag & Doodle Ranch!
When we moved all of our animals to Oklahoma, the Rabbits were brought along and taken to a small house with a safe yard, so they could live a happy rabbit life and continue to breed for ya’ll. Our dogs saw to it that the rabbits also enjoyed their new lives to the fullest and broke open all of the pens, releasing our rabbits to the yard that we had provided them. There are two houses on the property and the rabbits live underneath these houses. We could try trapping them but they seem to be enjoying their new life and have even propagated a whole bunch of babies since they have been out. We do have bob cats and mountain lions and all kinds of things that will eat rabbit, but so far the population has remained constant. We kind of like having them around so we fee them in the areas where they tend to hang out and we provide water, but so far these fancy domesticated rabbits have taken to the country just fine!!
Before we knew what a Ragdoll cat was we were showing animals at the county fairs in California. In 1975, our Black Dutch Doe won best of breed at the Local Los Banos, CA fair. I guess you could say that we have been breeding livestock since the 70s.