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Month: January 2016

Bunnies have feelings to…

Bunnies have feelings to…

     I spent last night rearranging hosing in the garage for one rabbit.  I am very fond of sly and the big hunky guy likes to see other rabbits.   Sly gets so sad when he can’t see any other rabbits that he won’t eat or drink!  Annabelle is due to have her litter next week Thursday.  The temperatures in upstate New York have been quite cold so I want to be able to heat Annabelle’s house for when…

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Unconditional Love

Unconditional Love

“He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.” – Unknown You can see it in their eyes, the love they have and the the joy that you are alive.  They greet you when you come home like its a party everyday.  They watch your back…

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Down Time

Down Time

     Had some much needed down time today with Gus.  For Gus that meant a easy cow leg to work on all day for me it was some hand sewing.  I love quilting especially hand appliqué.  We hope you are all having a good day today as well!  

Fly Fishing  Border Collies

Fly Fishing  Border Collies

     Jeff went out fly fishing yesterday and decided to take our border collie Gus with him.  In my mind I imagined this beautiful scene of my handsome husband casting his line into the rippling stream as a light snow fell.  Gus our regal border collie laying on the bank patiently waiting for his master to be done fishing.  Well, apparently this is not how Gus’s first fly fishing trip went.  When Jeff came home I asked how he…

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Impending Doom!!

Impending Doom!!

     Jeff and I ate some of my canned chili for dinner last night.  We also had some biscuits that I had made last week and stored in the freezer.  Gus and I were sitting on the couch together patiently waiting for the biscuits to be done.  Jeff got up to check the biscuits when something terrible happened!   Gus and I heard this horrible BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP…you get the idea.  Well, the biscuits weren’t burnt but they…

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Indoor Rabitts

Indoor Rabitts

     We raise Giant Chinchillas here at Cacia Farms.  Living in upstate Ny we  can have brutal winters with large amounts of snow and wind.  We move all our rabbits into the garage for winter to protect them from the harsh winters.   This also enables us to continue to breeding throughout the winter.  I have litter trained all my adult rabbits, this makes it easier to manage them in the garage.  Amazingly our rabbits seem to be more…

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