Friday, December 26, 2008

Palpated does . . .

I palpated the 4 does this morning . . .

Jenny - palpates positive. I'm SO glad she took! I was really nervous that she would be a pain to try to get bred - since she's 16 months old. Just hoping she'll be a good mother now . . .

Tatianna - palpates positive *I think*. I am pretty sure she is preggers . . . with a small litter probably though. I really did not expect her to take, but it looks like she did. This will be Josh's first litter, so I'm excited to see what she has.

Clara & Kristen - negative. I didn't feel anything in either of them :(. I will probably try to rebreed them later tonight. Two of the does I really wanted to take, oh well!

I cleaned all the trays today, which was much needed. With the cold weather & frozen hoses, it does not make barn cleaning easy. But, thankfully it has warmed up today and I was able to get things cleaned. Very nice.

~ Qadoshyah

Monday, December 22, 2008

Bunny Times

I didn't get any other does bred last week after the 4 I bred on Tuesday, since I got sick (yuck :(). I'll be palpating those 4 does later this week though hopefully. I hope they all took . . . I can't wait to see these litters ;).

The weather has taken another dive and got really cold again. It was . . . uhh . . . 5 degrees Sunday morning. Somewhere around that this morning too! Brrrrrrr. So cold! I'm having to change the water bottles 3x a day, since they are freezing so fast. This is such a huge change from southern California! I'll take this over California's laws though ;).

I put some (about 8 inches) double bubble insulation along the edges of the barn where the tarps meet the top of the sheet metal. There was a small airspace with a little draft. It hasn't seemed to have bothered the buns, but I just wanted to make sure there is no draft. So, it should be good now. I gave some toys and a few cardboard boxes to some of the buns today too. They liked the little chain toys . . . they haven't had them since we moved.

Now I just have to get the cage tags back up and organized for when we go out to California. My family will be taking care of the buns while we're gone.

It's gonna be a busy, busy week over here prepping for the trip, so don't be surprised if you don't hear anything from me until we get back from Cali. But, I'll try to post about the does and whether they are prego or not later this week.

~ Qadoshyah

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Bred some does

I finally got to breeding some does today. The weather is a little bit warmer (in the 30's instead of the teens ;)) today, so it was bearable in the barn.

I bred 4 does today and will breed 2 more tomorrow, Lord willing.

Let's see, they are . . . .

Hoppin's Brantini X Hoppin's Clara
Hoppin's Josh X Hoppin's Tatianna
Silent Springs Kaden X Milkhouse's Jenny
Kasomor's Mr. Deckles X Hoppin's Kristen

I don't think Tatianna will take, as Josh only "got her" once, but I'll probably wait to try her again until I can palpate her. I plan on breeding Tara to Kaden and Totsie to Deckles or Laci to ????? tomorrow.

~ Qadoshyah

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Here it comes . . .

We're supposed to have an ice storm tomorrow or sometime this week. It was a beautiful warm & breezy day today until about 4 or 5 pm when all of a sudden the cold front came in. The temperature dropped from 73 degrees to 45 degrees in just a matter of an hour or less. It is in the low 20's now and is sleeting right now. It might be starting to rain some too . . . once that happens, we're in for an ice storm! I tell ya, this Oklahoma weather is something else!

The bunnies are doing okay so far. It is cold in the barn, just about 6 degrees warmer than outside - which makes a difference when it's 23 degrees outside! I stuffed the buns cages full of hay and gave them a scoop of oats tonight, so they'll stay warm.

I updated the website today. I sold the last few babies (7) from my September litters earlier this week to a gal who owns a pet store in Tulsa. It was a great contact to make! She makes sure all the rabbits she sells goes to indoor homes only. She sends them with food to switch over to their new feed. I'm very glad I met her and hopefully we can work together again in the future!

I am planning on keeping Sugar's lynx doe and lilac buck. I have not named them yet, but I'll have to think of something. If ya have any ideas, let me know! They're out of Rose Dust & Daiquiri :).

~ Qadoshyah

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Some updates & few new pictures

I updated the website a little today - for sale page, does, juniors, babies & Sugar's babies.

I put new pictures of Sugar's babies up - they are 5 weeks old, so they all got updated pics again. I also put a picture of Kiss' singleton on the babies page. What a cutie that baby is. I've figured out it is a chilled broken chocolate pointed white. It makes sense and I just completely forgot about that possibility. It's a FAT little stinker ;).

I am thinking of keeping Sugar's lilac buck and lynx doe, but I'm not 100% positive yet.

I took a bunch of pics of some of my other seniors. but the pictures just didn't turn out how I hoped. The buns are still blowing their coats and you can certainly tell in the pictures!

I am considering trying PenPals on a few of my rabbits that just don't seem to have the condition I want them to have. I am wondering if it is the Fibre3. But, it has been a great feed for several of my bunnies, so . . . I think I may do a test sometime soon here.

I'll close with a couple pics:

Kiss' baby ~

Brandy and Daisy . . .like mother, like daughter :).

~ Qadoshyah

Thursday, December 4, 2008


Today I had a family from Texas come up who's just starting out in the mini lops. They came up to get Hoppin's RB2 - Rose's broken lilac jr. doe. But, also were going to look around to see what I had. So, this morning I looked through all the buns real good to see what some of the juniors looked like and if there were any others I could let go.

Well . . . I decided to let Daiquiri go. He's been my herd buck for the past couple years and has given me a lot of nice babies! I had been thinking of letting him go for the past year, but I didn't have a son that I thought was nice enough to replace him. When I kept Brantini from the litter with Chocolate X Daiquiri in January, I thought he might end up being a good replacement. Well, he has finally filled out and looks like an awesome replacement. I have already had a couple litters out of him, so he is proven also. These are just some of those hard decisions that have to be made when you raise animals. It's always good to move on with new blood.

So, this family also went home with Daiquiri. They should have a nice start in their herd! Daiquiri was only 2 1/2, so he wasn't too old yet. I figured it'd be good to move him on before he got old and I decided to retire him like I have his brother, Striper & his dam, Truffle.

I will try to update the website sometime in the next few days.

~ Qadoshyah

Monday, December 1, 2008

Been a busy week!

It's been a busy week, which is the reason for the lack of updates. With the holiday and all, things were pretty crazy.

I was going to breed some does after Thanksgiving, since I have a few who I should breed before they get any older (especially Jenny - she's 16 months old! YIKES!!!!). But, some plans have changed and I will be making a trip out to California the end of December. I'll be gone for a week or a week and a half probably. So, breeding these does is being put off for a couple weeks. I really don't want my family to have does due while I'm gone - especially first timers. First-timers + COLD weather = possibly a bad deal, if not prepared!

Speaking of my trip to California . . . I will be able to transport rabbits that I have available out there for $20/bunny. My cousin did this before on one of his trips out to California, so this should work out just fine.

The rabbits are all doing great still. The weather was pretty nice last week, but it's very cold now. It even snowed yesterday (although it snowed all day it wasn't cold enough to stick much)! So I'll probably be dealing with frozen water bottles tomorrow . . . it was 30 degrees outside & 32 degrees in the barn around 9:30pm tonight - gonna be a coooollllddd night.

Kiss' baby is a VERY odd color and I have no idea what color it is, as it certainly looks like a color that is not possible out of Kiss X Justin. I'll get pics of the baby up soon hopefully.

Sugar's babies are all doing great still and they are so adorable!

Rose's broken lilac doe is on hold for Justin & his family. Brandy's charlie chocolate buck is sold. Rose's broken lilac buck is on a temporary hold at the moment also. The other babies & senior doe are available still as of right now though.

I have also had a hard time doing much online because our internet (DSL) has been acting up a lot the last week. It is still acting up right now . . . the service guys have been out 3 times already and it hasn't fixed it yet. So they'll have to try something else I guess!

More later hopefully,
~ Qadoshyah

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Fibre3 & other news

Fibre3 came up again on the RabbitHabbit Forums. Since it's such a new feed, a lot of breeders are considering trying it out and switching to it. For those of us who are using it already, they like to be kept updated on what we've seen and how we like it, so they ask for updates every so often. I thought I'd post here what I posted on the forum:

I've been using it about a month now and like it. I plan to continue using it, unless I see negative effects from it.

The 3 biggest things I've noticed since starting it are:

1) The bunnies LOVE it. It's always fresh, green & has hardly ANY dust. My most finicky doe, who has never come to the front of her cage for food, is always at the door of her cage waiting to be fed. All of my others have done this, just because they love attention. But, she is not into attention, so it's nice to see this change.

2) My old gal, Truffle (a little over 5 yrs old), has had a messy butt for awhile. Nothing has ever changed it. I've tried oats, cleaning her up, etc, etc. After about two weeks of being on Fibre3 she was COMPLETELY clean. Nothing on her butt at all. I did nothing different, but add the new feed.

3) I've had a couple bunnies who were out of condition pretty bad and within a VERY short amount of time, they had their condition back very well. I was surprised at how fast it was back and I hardly did any supplementing.

- - I have not noticed any adverse effects as far as the quality of their coat & such. I have several who have just finished molting and their fur is great. Very soft & lustrous. I even have several with "prime lines" in their coats, which is a bit different.

Kiss' baby is doing great still! I think this baby will be just fine. Kiss has plenty of milk for the little fellow ;). I'm very curious as to what color this baby will be . . . the waiting game . . . .

I hope to get some does bred in the next few days. Maybe on Friday. Got a lot of prep work to do tomorrow (Wed.) for the Thanksgiving meal we're having on Thursday. Yum :).

~ Qadoshyah

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Website Updated!

I did quite a few updates on the site a couple days ago and got them uploaded today (our internet is down, so I'm using my cousin's).

I added pictures of Sugar's babies at 3 weeks old. They are SO cute, as all of Sugar's babies are! She has 3 bucks & 3 does - nice & even ;).

I put several rabbits up on the for sale page. We have several nice juniors, one senior doe, and a few juniors for pets.

I did some stuff to the bucks, does, breedings & babies page also. I also added our two newest additions to the juniors page:

Hoppin's Brandy Daisy & Hoppin's Kaylee

Check out the new updates here.

~ Qadoshyah

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Josh & Justin

Here's a few pictures of my boys, Josh & Justin. Josh has really developed beautifully. MUCH nicer than I was anticipating. Justin, on the other hand, is just beginning to mature. He is certainly slower than Josh. He is not as nice as Josh and I don't think he'll fill out to be as nice as him either. His head needs a big time molt and his body is alright. Justin does have AMAZING point color, especially on his nose. It has come in TONS more than when I took these pics a few days ago.

Here's pictures of both of them:

Josh ~

Justin ~

~ Qadoshyah

What's happening here . . .

I put Kiss' nestbox in today, since she is due in 3 days. I drew a blank and forgot to put it in yesterday, as I normally put it in 4 days before they're due. But, I don't sweat it if I am a day or two "late."

I hope she has them during the day or before I go to bed, since I am guessing she will have them out of the box. I am hoping otherwise. Maybe it will be otherwise, since her dam, Caramel, has always been an excellent mother (even for her first litter). The weather is soooo cold (freezing at night), the babies are sure to die if she has them out of the box and I can't get to them fast enough.

Deckles is doing great! I heard a lot of rabbits got sick from convention and he was one of them unfortunately. I started him on 2/10 cc per lb of LA-200 this past Tuesday (just a couple days after I got him) and he was looking better within a couple days. His nose is completely clear today, so we'll continue the LA-200 for 3-5 more days just to be sure. I'm SOOO thankful that he is clearing up. I was dreading having a bad outcome, since he is such a great little buck and *exactly* what the pointed whites need!

I'll post some pictures up here in a bit hopefully. Working on resizing them right now . . .


Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Not related to rabbits . . . but my book is published!

I know this is not related to rabbits at all, but I thought I'd put the news up here :).

As some know, I've been writing a book for the past couple years about Down syndrome. I have a WONDERFUL 3 1/2 year old brother with DS, so I wanted to write a book to help other families with children with DS.

So . . . the book is finally published. It's 589 pages long! You can see it (with a 15 page preview) at

~ Qadoshyah

Monday, November 10, 2008

Wow . . . Fibre3 feed!

I've been feeding the Fibre3 feed for about 2 1/2 weeks or so.

I hadn't noticed too many changes from the feed yet other than the rabbits LOVE the feed. My most anti-social doe, Kiss, is at the door of her cage every morning I go in the barn waiting to be fed. She never used to do this before! The rabbits go NUTS over the feed!

A breeder mentioned to be considering switching feeds to see if it'd help her rabbits who are messy. I hadn't thought of that before, so I went out and checked Truffle (since she ALWAYS has a messy butt no matter what I do) and amazingly she was TOTALLY clean!! I'm shocked. A few weeks ago I had started giving her oatmeal everyday to see if that'd help and I was disappointed that it didn't work.

I am stoked that this is working out so good so far!!!


Sunday, November 9, 2008

I'm still here!

A lot has gone on in the past couple weeks. I'll be updating the site in a few minutes, so check it out.

Sugar had 7 babies on Nov. 1st. She's been a good girl, as usual :). All her babies are doing great. She has 2 charlie lilacs, 1 charlie opal, 1 broken lynx (w/ milk dipped ears :)), 1 brkn lilac, 1 opal & 1 lilac. Her litter is FULL of lilacs this time, thankfully! Hopefully there will be a baby or two in this litter to replace her. I may retire her after this litter, even though she is a wonderful doe and gives great babies. I really don't want to sell her, as I am going to be really picky who gets her if I do sell her. So, I may retire her and give her to my cousin who lives across the street from us :). Will be a good home and I don't have to keep her in one of my cages!

Kiss is due the 19th. I am really hoping she will be a great mother, since I don't have any other does due at the same time. Yikes! I normally don't do that with first timers. And of course it's my finicky Kiss, who I will not be surprised if she has the babies on the wire. I just hope it isn't too cold then, but I doubt that'll happen.

Kaden is starting to blossom and mature. He's certainly a slower maturing buck, as he is 5 months old and his head & body are JUST starting to come in :)! I'm glad to see him starting to look good though. Still no time for photos of him, but hopefully soon.

Josh finally looks like he is done growing & maturing. He has developed VERY nicely. I'll try to get some pictures this week. He has a great head on him . . . I'm impressed with how nice it has turned out.

Justin is just beginning to fill out. He is another slower maturing buck! He needs a head molt BAD and needs to fill out in his body. Speaking of his body, it has turned out really nice so far. I'll work on getting pictures of him too. He just needs more mass now. I really think the move from California threw some loops in the maturation of my juniors, particularly my 3 junior bucks - Josh, Justin & Dallas.

Dallas is okay still . . . I've been giving him time, but I'm not too sure that I like how he is turning out. We'll see what happens with him.

Caramel is sold and will be leaving with my cousin for California this week. 2 of Brandy's babies will also be leaving for California. One is going to an awesome pet home (to be spoiled ROTTEN!) and the other is leaving for a 4-H family.

Heather is back up for sale, as the person who bought her decided to go with Caramel instead. Heather is a nice young senior doe who should produce some nice babies.

Junior & Milky both made it to their new homes safe & sound - in Oregon & Michigan.

I picked up my convention bunny bright & early Saturday morning. He is doing good so far. He's very out of condition, but we'll get him back to condition soon, Lord willing. He's absolutely ADORABLE!! Deckles has the biggest head I have EVER seen on a mini lop - so cute! I'll get pictures asap!

The weather has really taken a turn the past few days. It is pretty chilly here. Freezing or close to it at night and in the 50's during the day. If there's no wind, it is beautiful during the day. But, when that wind comes up, it's FREEZING! The barn stays about 4 degrees warmer with the 8 outside tarps down, so not too bad.

The leaves are off of almost all of the trees now. We had a small hailstorm with crazy winds on Wednesday night, so it took off A LOT of leaves! Here's a few pictures of the fall colors on our property from about a week ago - before the storm ;).

That's all for now . . .

~ Qadoshyah

Friday, November 7, 2008

Quick update

Quick update here just to let y'all know I'm still here and things are going good!

I'll try to post a big update on here and update the website on Sunday.

Sugar kindled to 7 babies last Saturday (Nov. 1st) and her babies are SO cute!!

I put a new blog template up, hope you like it :)!

Gotta long weekend ahead of us . . . picking up Deckles bright & early tomorrow, so more later

~ Qadoshyah

Wednesday, October 29, 2008


Small update here . . .

I palpated Kiss today and she finally palpates positive!! I guess Simin just wasn't the buck for her. I'm excited to see Kiss X Justin babies. All chocolate pointed whites or chocolate based REWs. Exciting!

I gave Sugar her nest box yesterday and she's made a little nest in it. She's due on Friday. We shall see what she has. Hopefully they'll all be fine when they are born, since the weather has been really cold.

I've decided to keep Brandy's little broken chocolate chinchilla doe. She is by far the nicest of the litter and actually looks really promising. I don't have a name for her yet . . . I'm trying to think of something. I'm thinking I'll go with a liquor or alcoholic drink name, since her dam is Brandy and her sire is Daiquiri ;). Gotta keep the theme, ya know! Here's a couple pictures of the little doe:

~ Qadoshyah

Monday, October 27, 2008

New baby pictures

I put new pictures of Caramel's, Rose's & Brandy's litters on the site. They are now 5 weeks old! Check them out here.

~ Qadoshyah

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Changing Feeds . . .

This is something I do not like doing! I like to have one feed, that works great, that the bunnies are fed all the time. That's the way it was in California and I used the same feed for 4 years! Unfortunately that feed is a California milled feed and is only available in California.

I had done research before we moved and found a feed that looked good out here. A locally milled, Oklahoma feed - A&M feeds. The ingredient list on the bag of feed was a bit different than the ingredient list that I was emailed from the mill before we moved out here. The feed was very dusty, not that green & didn't smell super fresh. It was okay, but not great enough where I wanted to drive 45 minutes away to get it.

I used it for 2 weeks and decided to switch. I was going to use PenPals, but the feed store sent my brother home with the wrong thing - Purina Fibre3. I was disappointed at first. I have NEVER liked Purina feed. I was going to return the Fibre3 to the feed store & get the PenPals. But, I went ahead and did a bit of research on Fibre3. I found out it doesn't look so bad afterall! It's got a lot of good ingredients in it and it doesn't have a bunch of "fillers."

I figured I have nothing to lose, and possibly all to gain. So I went ahead and am trying it.

So far so good. The rabbits LOVE the feed and go nuts over it. It smells VERY fresh, looks fresh & is nice and green. Hopefully the rabbits will do well on it . . . we shall see. I don't want to have to switch feeds again in such a short time frame.

~ Qadoshyah

Monday, October 20, 2008

Pictures of Kristen's babies!

Kristen's babies are 3 weeks old, so I took individual pictures of them all. Her babies are soooo cute! She has a blue and a black pointed white - both are does. Very exciting. The smoke pearl doe is super cute too!! The sables are adorable as well . . . but to be honest, sables aren't my favorite color on a baby.

These babies all have EXCELLENT crowns/heads . . .something that the pointed whites have been lacking.

See Kristen's babies here!

~ Qadoshyah

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Kristen's babies

Kristen's babies are 2 1/2 weeks old and coming up to the really cute n' fun age of 3 weeks old :). I normally make myself wait until the babies turn 3 weeks old to sex them, but I was way to curious with Kristen's babies. So, I decided to see if I could sex her babies today . . . and I was able to! I'll double check in a few days just to make sure I didn't mis-sex them.

She has 1 buck and 4 does! Yay!!! I'm so excited. The buck is a sable. That means, the other sable, the smoke pearl and the two pointed whites (yes, both of her "pinks" are pointeds!) are does. If both pointed whites turn out decent, I'll keep them both. I'm so glad Kristen isn't following after her mom and throwing 95% bucks! I'll be super tempted to keep the smoke pearl too if she turns out nice . . . I have the cage space right now, so maybe I'll do that. We'll see!

Oh and I'm totally hoping that one of the pointed whites is a blue pointed, but it's still too early to tell. I do know that one of them is MUCH lighter than other other . . . . sooo, just maybe . . . .

~ Qadoshyah

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Pictures of the babies

I took pictures of my 3 three week old litters on Sunday. You can see them all at the links below :).

~ Brandy's babies

~ Caramel's babies

~ Rose's babies



Friday, October 10, 2008

Oh yeah!

I did a "sneak-peek" of my almost 3 week old litters to see if I could sex them. I could sex 5 of Brandy's 6 babies . . . she has 3 does & 2 bucks. I think the one baby I didn't sex will be a buck. That will be nice - even again, as with her first litter. I hope her little agouti does turn out nice - it'd be nice to have a solid chocolate chestnut doe!

I like does who are consistent with their litters. I don't like the does who always throw a little full of bucks or almost full of bucks! Val was like that with her litters, I hope Kristen's babies are not like that!!

Caramel's babies are both bucks - oh well, I guess I won't be keeping a replacement from her.

Rose has 3 does and 1 buck - YAY! If the buck is nice enough, he may stay here. We shall see though.

I'll get individual pictures on Sunday or Monday, Lord willing and will post the links to their pages when I get 'em up.

~ Qadoshyah

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Babies are getting cuter!

The babies are all getting to that really cute age, after their eyes open. Brandy's babies ears are all lopping and they are oh so cute! I had her babies out on the grooming table earlier today and man, are they wild! A couple of them jumped off the table - thankfully they landed in the hay, so it wasn't much of a fall ;).

Here's some pictures of the babies ~

Kristen's babies - her babies eyes are just beginning to open.

Rose's babies - aren't they cute?!

Caramel's babies with 2 of Brandy's babies that Caramel is raising (the top two are Brandy's)

Brandy's lil munchkins

This chocolate chestnut is soooooo cute! I have a feeling several of Brandy's babies will be bucks, since their heads are SO wide already!

I have to palpate Sugar & Kiss tomorrow to see if they took. I'm really hoping they took! I can't wait for some more Sugar babies - they are ALWAYS the cutest!

Milky & Junior both left with Tammy on Sunday. She'll be transporting them to convention where they will be picked up by a couple other breeders who will take them to their new owners. Milky will be going to Kim & Erika in Michigan (BTW, they have a nice website now - Junior will be going to Vanessa in Oregon (

Mary Whitney will be bringing Deckles from Karin and dropping him off with Tammy. I'll be able to pick him up a couple weeks after convention, hopefully!

After 3 months of being in Oklahoma, I finally ran out of the feed I had brought from California - Templeton feed (which is a GREAT feed!). Thankfully I had researched the feed mills and different rabbit pellet brands they sell out here a few months ago. I settled on a feed milled by a local mill - Stillwater Milling Co. It's called A&M Feed. The ingredients of the pellets looked the best to me and they are also a reasonable price. The feed is fresh & green as well. So, we made a run up to their mill in Claremore, OK to pick up some of their feed. I had about 1/4 bag of Templeton left to be able to mix in with the A&M. We shall see how the buns do on this!

~ Qadoshyah

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

New barn pictures

The barn was finished this weekend and I moved the bunnies in. It's very nice to have a nice, clean, well ventilated barn again :). I'll put a page up on my site sometime here with details & more pictures, but for now, this works . . .

~ Qadoshyah

Lots going on . . .

I've got quite a bit to update about ;).

We'll start with Chocolate . . . she was my second doe due on Friday. She didn't kindle until late Sunday night through Monday morning. She kindled to 2 huge DOA's. She pulled a MASSIVE amount of fur (FILLED a gallon ziplock bag!), so I saved all of that. I'll rebreed her sometime when she gets some of her fur grown back and gets some weight back on her ;).

Kristen's babies are all doing great - she has 1 smoke pearl, 2 sables & 2 "pinks" (hoping for a blue pointed white!).

Brandy's, Rose's & Caramel's babies are getting big too.

Brandy has 1 chocolate chestnut, 1 chocolate chinchilla, 1 brkn chocolate chinchilla, 1 charlie chocolate chestnut, 1 broken chocolate, & 1 charlie chocolate. Very nice variety of colors! I'm excited to have the chocolate chestnuts, as they are SUCH a pretty color.

Rose's babies all still just look like lilacs . . . I'm not sure if she will have any steels or not. She's a very lightly ticked steel, so some of her babies may get the ticking in a few days.

Caramel's chocolate baby is actually a silver tip'd chocolate steel. I am a bit disappointed with that, as it means Caramel is a non-extension, hidden steel (most likely AaBbc(chl)cD-E(s)e). I will be selling Caramel when her litter is weaned.

I bred two more does over the past two days. I rebred Kiss to Simin (hopefully she takes this time) and I bred Sugar to Daiquiri. Sugar's litter is a repeat of a breeding I did in California. Her lilac son from that litter, Hoppin's Moses (SD3) is almost granded! I figured it'd be good to repeat that breeding, since I didn't get to keep anything from that litter.

I did not plan on buying anymore new bunnies this year through convention. But, a deal came up that I couldn't resist, so I will be getting (Lord willing) a beautiful blue RGC buck who is the exact addition the pointed whites need - Vail's Mr. Deckles :).

The does that I sent to Finland made it there safe & sound with no problems. Here's a picture of Amber from Maija. . . Amber is totally spoiled rotten!

I'll put up another post with pictures of the barn that is now completed!!

~ Qadoshyah

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Baby pics

Here we go . . . here are a few pictures of my 3 litters born on Sunday & Monday.

Rose's babies ~
Caramel's babies ~

Brandy's babies ~

*the two in this first pic are the two being raised by Caramel. She only had 2 babies, so I fostered Brandy's two smallest babies onto Caramel. Everyone is fine & dandy now ;).

~ Qadoshyah

Friday, September 26, 2008

Kristen has babies!

Kristen kindled tonight around 10pm or so to 5 little babies. As I had figured, she had them all over the cage, on the wire . . . only one was on her hay nest she had made in the corner. I'm so glad she had them now instead of in the middle of the night. I was expecting her to have them today and all over the cage - JUST like her mom, Val, did on her first litter (except, all 4 of Val's babies died).

Kristen is doing great, ate some oats & raspberry leaves out of my hand. She's not eating pellets yet (hasn't for a few days), but I think she'll be fine.

I made a nest for the babies in Kristen's box and I think they'll all be fine. I'll check them one more time before I head to bed in a bit.

It looks like she has 3 "pinks" and 2 sables/smoke pearls . . . hard to tell since they were born half an hour or less when I found them. A couple of them have pretty bruised faces, but they should be okay.

~ Qadoshyah

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Going International!

I dropped off 2 jr (5mth old) does in Tulsa with Maija from Finland. This is something that Maija & I have been working out for a few months (since Feb. or March!) and they are finally going to Finland! Maija will be flying out of Tulsa, OK tomorrow morning with the does. The does sound like they will be spoiled rotten :).

It was quite the fiasco getting the international health certificate for these does. The vet we used here in Keys, OK was nice and easy. BUT, because it is an international health certificate, it has to have a seal on it from the state vet of Oklahoma. The vet mailed the certificates to the state vet last Thursday after we had the health check done. It was supposed to be in Monday or Tuesday. It was still in Oklahoma City as of Tuesday afternoon.

We talked to the vet and told them they MUST have it shipped overnight to arrive on Wednesday, so we could take the rabbits to Maija on Thursday.

Come Wednesday, the vet still does not have the health certificate - this time it's FedEx's problem. The vet paid for overnight shipping. FedEx said it would be in around 10am on Wednesday, but then called and gave excuses and said it would be in before 10am on Thursday.

We called the vet around 9:45am this morning (Thurs) and the health certificate was not there yet. We had the vet call FedEx & they said the driver was in the town and he would call when he was heading their way. Well, he called, but the vet had to go meet him in town and get the health certificate from them. How lame is that?!

At least we were able to get the health certificate and Maija has her does and is very happy with them. We certainly learned to have this shipped overnight with UPS (NOT FedEx) way earlier in the week if we do international shipping again!

This vet (who happens to not be that far from us) has great prices on health certificates for the states (the international health cert was a pretty good price too) and they are very easy to work with when it comes to the office visit. The regular health certificate is just $15 - that's it. No office visit fee, etc. SOOOOOO much cheaper than the vets in California!

~ Qadoshyah

Monday, September 22, 2008

Brandy & Rose

Brandy kindled yesterday evening. She had 6 beautiful babies!! All are chocolates . . . most of them are chocolate chinchillas, in fact there is only one self chocolate (a solid). She has 2 charlies (both agoutis), 2 solids (1 agouti, 1 self), and 2 brokens (both agoutis).

Rose kindled this afternoon. She has 4 beautiful babies! All are lilacs :)! She has 3 brokens and 1 solid. Her brokens have *VERY* heavy patterns . . . my favorite! One of them looks like it has hardly any color on it's face - so cute. I haven't checked yet to see if any are milk-dipped ears yet.

Caramel is doing good now and both of her babies are doing fantastic.

~ Qadoshyah

Sunday, September 21, 2008

First litter . . . from Caramel

Brandy, Caramel & Rose were all due today.

Caramel had her litter this morning. I figured she'd have them because she had pulled a bunch of fur in her box last night. She's had a total of 6 babies, but only 2 are alive. I am pretty sure I can still feel one baby in her, so I'm hoping she'll have that baby soon. 4 of the other 5 were born dead (not sure why) and the other died shortly after it was born. At least there are two babies! Hopefully Rose & Brandy don't have any problems with their litters. Caramel's 2 babies are a black & chocolate.

~ Qadoshyah

Friday, September 19, 2008

Boxes in & more

Brandy, Rose & Caramel got their nestboxes this morning. They are due in two days . . . while I normally give the does their boxes 4 days prior to their due date, these girls got their boxes late. I had some trouble getting good, small wood shavings to use in the box, so it was delayed a bit. They started nesting right away though! Yay, I'm looking forward to babies!

I took Amber & Lilac Perfection to the vet yesterday for their health certificates. They will be flying to Finland on the 26th. I'll be meeting their new owner (a ML breeder in Finland) early next week and then she will fly back with the girls. We have to wait until Monday or Tuesday to get the health certificate back, because when flying international, the state vet has to sign the papers. So, here we are waiting!

The barn is almost completely done!! Hopefully I can move the bunnies in next week sometime :).

~ Qadoshyah

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Hurricane Ike

We got A LOT of rain & some wind from Hurricane Ike yesterday (Saturday). It poured for hours and it was pretty windy too. It had to have rained a good 6 inches at least! All the creeks in our area are FULL or overflowing. It's supposed to be clear for at least the next 10 days according to the forecast right now . . . .

This is certainly a huge change from California :)! Everything is fine though.

The bunnies are fairing well though . . . they are in their stall in the barn still, so they were completely fine. The barn is VERY close to being done . . .maybe this week, we'll see.

~ Qadoshyah

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Coming Along . . .

The barn is coming along really well. There's not too much left to do, just another week or less worth of work to do, if it doesn't rain all week (like the forecast says!)!

Here's a few pictures from a couple days ago. The roof now has all the metal roofing on it . . .

~ Qadoshyah

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Yay . . . Chocolate & Kristen!

I palpated Chocolate & Kristen yesterday and they both palpate positive! Yay! Out of the 6 does I bred, 5 of them took :)!!!!

Kiss is the only doe who did not take, so I'll re-breed her sometime soon. I tried re-breeding her the other day and she did not want anything to do with it - oh well.

The bunny barn is coming a long pretty well. All the rafters are in. There's just a little bit more work that has to be done on it until the buns can move-in :).

More later . . .

~ Qadoshyah

Wednesday, September 3, 2008


Well, Hurricane Gustav is reaching us up here in Oklahoma. It's been windy and raining since yesterday around noon and it's supposed to continue until Friday. They're expecting 2-20 inches of rain - wow! This is so different compared to California. But, I like it a lot! It's not too cold, but it is cool (in the 60's) and it's so neat.

The bunnies are all doing great though. . . nice and cozy in their stall. We can't work on the bunny barn right now because of all the rain. But, we've got all the lumber, so when it stops raining, we can put the roof up.

~ Qadoshyah

Monday, September 1, 2008

Heat Sterility in Bucks . . . true or false?

I palpated my does I bred on 8/21. 3 of the 4 palpate positive! The 4th doe, Kiss, I will have to re-palpate in a few days. She's a first-timer, so we'll see if she took.

These does were bred to my bucks who were in 90-95 degree heat for about 3 weeks! These breedings are the first breedings I've done since then. This has proven to me that heat sterility in bucks, like they claim, is totally a myth.

But, everyone claims that bucks go sterile (and will remain sterile for 3 months!) if they are in 85 degrees or above for more than 3 days.

This has never set well with me. It's never made logical sense. I've never had a problem getting does bred weeks or months after my bucks have been in hot weather.

Think about it . . . a buck's body produces a massive (several million) amount of new sperm per day. The old sperm dies off and is reabsorbed into the buck's body if he is not bred. So, how could a buck's sperm from when the weather was 95 degrees stay in his body and keep him sterile for 3 months?!! I don't believe it does.

The only truth I'll let in is that a buck may go temporarily "sterile" the day of the extreme heat. But, he will produce new sperm each day, so the "sterile sperm" cannot stay in his body for very long amount of times.

Just my opinion and thought I'd throw it out there :).

~ Qadoshyah

Thursday, August 28, 2008

New pictures!

I got new pictures of all the juniors and some of my seniors. They're all up on the site, so check 'em out - Bucks, Does & Juniors.

~ Qadoshyah

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Updated Finally!

I finally got around to updating the site. There is still some stuff I need to update on it, but for the most part it's done. I put new pictures up of the new bunnies, Jenny, Kaden & Laci. I also moved my just-turned-seniors from the juniors page to their right senior buck & doe pages.

Yesterday I took new pictures of all my young seniors & juniors who's pictures are way outdated. I will work on getting them up on the site in the next few days.

I bred 4 does on the 21st, Rose Dust, Brandy, Caramel Kiss & Caramel. They are up on the breedings page with the info of the buck they are bred to.

I also bred 2 more does last night. I was going to wait a couple more weeks, but I had a couple does who *really* wanted to be bred, so I gave in ;)! I bred Chocolate Rum to Brantini and Kristen to Simin. I'm excited to see what my litters will have. I'm really curious for Chocolate's litter, since it's a linebreeding (bred back to her son).

I plan on breeding Heather Rum, Gin Fizz & Totsie in September. In October I plan to breed Jenny & Laci.

~ Qadoshyah

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

New bunnies & News

Sorry, I know the site is way outdated and I have not been blogging much. We've been in the process of moving from California to Oklahoma for the past few weeks and it's been a crazy time!

The bunnies are finally settled into their new place here in Oklahoma. It was rough on some of them and it took them a couple weeks to really settle in, but they are all doing great now. I lost one of my older girls, Swissy, a week or so after we moved here. The trip was just too much for her and too stressful :(.

In the meantime, I have gotten two new bunnies. I got my doe, Milkhouse's Jenny, from Lisa that I have been waiting to get for MONTHS, about two weeks ago. Jenny's a super cute and nice doe!

I also got a little jr. buck, Silent Spring's Kaden, from Michael on my trip out to California last week. Kaden is a very nice little buck and I think he'll be great for the chocolates! Thanks Michael! Kaden made the trip out to Oklahoma great and he handled it really well.

My juniors from my last litters and my litters earlier in the year are all looking great. I am very pleased with how some of them are looking . . . others are in the ganglies pretty bad still, but they should come around :). I really like how Josh is looking. I think he may be able to replace his sire, Junior!

I will try to post pictures and update the site soon, Lord willing!

Sunday, August 3, 2008

We have an award!

I would like to thank Lana from Lana's Hip Hoppin' Rabbitry for giving us the Brillante Weblog Award! Lana raises Mini Lops in Oregon and she has a nice blog ;).

As part of getting this award, I would like to nominate the following blogs for the award:

1) Silent Springs Rabbitry

2) ShowBunny Blog

3) StarLite Rabbitry Blog

4) Suburban Bunnies Blog

Monday, July 21, 2008

I'm back

I'm back online finally!

The buns are all doing okay, just managing the heat, since it is pretty warm out here.

~ Qadoshyah

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Well . . . .

From tomorrow (Friday) I won't be able to check my email for a few days. If anyone needs to get ahold of me please call 661-510-6372 or 661-333-9341.

Thanks :)!

~ Qadoshyah

Monday, June 30, 2008


Not too much has been going on with the buns. They are all doing great and handling this warm weather fine. They've all started to blow their coats ;), so I've put the rest of the picture taking I was planning to do on hold until some of them get their coats in.

Things have been busy here with packing & such for our move.

I do have some sad news to share though . . .

Bradbury was such an adorable little buck and was a favorite of mine. He was turning out to be a stunning chocolate buck, who only needed a better head on him (but that's no biggie around here :)). I decided to let him go to Lisa for for a trade, since I figured Lisa would like him a lot and I can just repeat the breeding he is from. He was dropped off on June 13th to start his trip to WA. He was doing fantastic when he left here! By the time Lisa saw him on June 21st he was starting to show signs of wry neck. Bummer.

Lisa & I thought about what to do for a day and she finally decided she'd take him home and try to treat him. If I would've taken him back, he would not have made it home alive :(. Lisa treated him with Ivomec when she got home, but over the period of the next few days he started going down-hill quickly. By Friday night (he had been with Lisa for about 5 days) his head was so tilted and he was so bad that he was to the rolling point. I was hoping he'd make it to 7 days after the first Ivomec so that they could treat him again. But, he did not. Lisa had to have him put down because he could not even do anything except roll when he'd try to move or drink. She sent me some pictures of him with his severe head tilt before she put him down and it was heartbreaking and so sad to see my lil Bradbury like that :(.

~ Qadoshyah

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

New pictures comin'

I've started taking new pictures of all the bunnies. I started with my heat sensitive bunnies - my shadeds & pointed whites. I'll get all the new pics up on the site once all the buns are done. I'm hoping to get to the rest of the buns over the next couple days.

In the meantime, here's a couple pictures:

Caramel ~ I have *never* been able to get good pictures of this girl. But, I finally was able to get some good pics . . . isn't she gorgeous!

And, here are a couple pictures of my new doe from Chris, Laci ~

~ Qadoshyah

Monday, June 23, 2008

The Buns are in Washington

The 3 buns I sent with Kathie Simmons up to the WA state convention finally made it to their new homes this weekend.

Brandy's broken (charlie) chocolate chinchilla jr doe, BD6 made it to the Hill's at Minterbrook Rabbitry.

Cody, a chocolate sr. buck, made it to Amy at Stormie Haven Mini Lops.

And, Bradbury made it to Lisa Davis at Milkhouse Lops. Bradbury's transport wasn't so smooth :(, but hopefully he will be fine with Lisa. Lisa sent down the doe I'm getting from her, Jenny. Jenny should be here the beginning of July, hopefully!

I got an email from Amy tonight saying Cody was enjoying being at his new home and she loves him. I always like getting updates like that :)! Here's a picture of Cody enjoying his new home :)!! Amy makes such a great home for the bunnies!

~ Qadoshyah

Saturday, June 21, 2008

The Heat!

Summer is definitely here!! It's been pretty hot the past few days . . . up to 103 yesterday! It's almost 90 degrees at 9 o'clock this morning already, which means it'll be another 100+ degree day.

The buns are all fairing well though. They are handling this weather just fine. The barn gets warmer than I'd like in this kind of weather - about 90 degrees. But with wet pant-legs, misters going, a breeze going through the barn, and such low humidity where we live, the buns are doing fine.

I am hoping to be able to get some new pictures of all the bunnies sometime soon here. I want to get some good pics of the pointeds before their color totally fades for the summer (Kristen's color has already started to fade *a little*). I'll have to get up early before the heat comes, so the buns won't be hot and uncooperative! I'll get pictures of Laci too soon, Lord willing.

Laci's settling in really well. Thankfully, she is a very sweet and calm doe when I hold her. She is very shy in her cage, but will hopefully come around.

~ Qadoshyah

Monday, June 16, 2008

Bunnies In & Bunnies Out

Amber left today and so did Milky's blue doe, MC6. I only have two bunnies left available :(!

I also got a new bunny in today . . . I've been waiting for her for about a month. She came from Chris Desurra and is a red-eyed-white jr. doe, Desurra's White Lace!!!!!! Laci's a very cute and sweet doe. I will try to get pictures of her tomorrow once she is settled in a little more. A big thanks goes to Chris for selling me this doe he was going to keep :). I think she will be a great addition to the pointeds . . . a new line and some nice type, exactly what they need.

All the other buns are doing well. The weather is pretty hot now, but the buns are all handling it well, thankfully.

More later . . .

~ Qadoshyah

Friday, June 13, 2008

5 Bunnies Gone!

Just a quick update tonight . . .

5 bunnies left today! 4 of my bunnies and Cinnamon, Michael's doe I was housing.

2 bunnies are beginning their trip to WA . . . my bk chocolate buck, Bradbury who's going to Lisa. Michael's doe I was housing, Cinnamon, she's going to Nicole Velotta.

1 bunny went to Amy Ma at Venus Green ~ San Diego Rabbitry . . . Val's black pointed white buck, VJ7.

1 bunny is going to a family in Oceanside as a pet, a little brkn black doe :).

And the last bunny is going to Heidi . . . Sugar's broken blue buck.

That frees up two open cages, almost 3 . . . just gotta move out a few more babies. One of those cages will be filled again in just a couple days Lord willing . . .more to come on that!

Pretty soon I will only have the bunnies that are coming to Oklahoma with us. I won't have any babies for a few months - I'll miss that :(.

The weather has warmed up . . . almost 100 degrees today. Thankfully the misters do a pretty good job and it still cools down at night. . . I'm thankful for dry heat - no humidity where we are here!!

~ Qadoshyah

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Random Pictures

5 bunnies will be leaving tomorrow, 2 more should be leaving Sunday, Lord willing. That just leaves 2 jr. does out of all my litters and all the "for sale" buns. And, I think I know who those two bunnies will go to anyways :). That only "opens" up a couple cages, really.

I did a "head count" the other day and I will be taking 29 bunnies to Oklahoma, Lord willing . . . two of those are the babies going to Finland in September. So, I'm 2 carrier holes short - anyone have any single hole carriers they want to sell?

Here's are a couple pictures from tonight in the barn . . . . I didn't put all the pics that I took up tonight, since our internet is being a bit slow right now, hopefully tomorrow though :). . .

Brandy ~ my little ham ;) ~

Swissy, one of my retired gals ~

~ Qadoshyah

Tuesday, June 10, 2008


I updated the website quite a bit today!

I put new pictures up of all my juniors I am keeping. I also put a couple new juniors up - Josh & Clara.

I updated the sale page as well. We only have 3 eight week old does left - two of Amber's babies and 1 of Milky's babies. Milky's blue doe is VERY promising! I also have the senior doe, Amber, available still.

Check the site out here!!

~ Qadoshyah

Monday, June 9, 2008

Senior doe & some minor updates!

Things fell through with the person who wanted Amber, so I have a senior chestnut agouti mini lop doe available ~

SSR's Amber - $40.

Amber has 1 leg and she is a gorgeously typed doe. She is proven and is an excellente mother. I am keeping her daughter, Hoppin's Tara, and just don't need Amber in my breeding program right now! Let me know if you're interested in her!!

I also went through and posed Val's babies on Sunday (day 56). I have decided to keep one of her black pointed whites. So, I am keeping the chocolate pointed white, Hoppin's Justin, and the nicest black pointed white, Hoppin's Josh. I'll try to get new pictures of all my juniors and my new junior doe, Clara tomorrow, Lord willing.

~ Qadoshyah

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Small updates

There's not too much to update about.

One of my babies left for their new home today - Sugar's lilac buck left with his new owners, Jamie & Scott, from Arizona :). Hopefully he'll be a great buck for their new rabbitry!!

A few other buns will be leaving this week also - almost all of my babies actually!
The weather is starting to warm up, so we'll have to start dealing with the summer heat! The part of the summer that I don't like . . . bunnies & heat.

I found a ride (thankfully!) for Bradbury & Cinnamon, they will be leaving to start their trip to WA this weekend :). In a few weeks, I'll be getting my doe from Lisa, Lord willing. I'll also be getting a new doe this coming week :)! More info to come about her once she arrives . . .stay tuned.

~ Qadoshyah
Hoppin' Herd of Hares

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Babies are leaving & more!

Well, the babies are starting to go to their new homes. All of Mocha's babies, except for the one I am keeping, Dallas, are gone. Sugar's babies are all sold and will start leaving for their new homes in a few days, same with Val's & Totsie's babies. Most of Milky's & Amber's babies are sold and will be leaving to their new homes in a few days as well.

We only have a handful of babies left available: Totsie's gold tip'd lilac steel buck (he's very nice!), Milky's blue doe, Amber's blue doe (she is "on hold") & gold tip'd blue steel doe, and Milky's black buck.

These will be out last litters until the fall when we are settled and moved into Oklahoma, Lord willing. . . what a long stretch it'll be without any cute lil babies :(.

We finally had a nice day today, so I got some much needed barn cleaning done - soaked all the dura trays in vinegar and scrubbed them clean - so much nicer!!

I have a new addition to the barn . . .Hoppin's Clara. She's a solid chocolate doe from Michael. Her sire is my buck, Daiquiri and her dam is Michael's doe, Truffle. She's an adorable and very nice little girl, very thick and smooth. She should be a great addition to the barn :)!! Will get pics soon, Lord willing.

I also have Michael's sr. doe, Cinnamon here for a short time, until she finds a ride up to N. CA to Kathie Simmons and then she'll be heading to Nicole Velotta in WA. But, in the meantime, I have cute lil Cinnamon here. She's so adorable and so sweet!

~ Qadoshyah

Monday, June 2, 2008

Feeding, Fur & Condition

I plan to put informative posts up on here fairly regularly once things settle down here . . . so hopefully this fall/winter, Lord willing :). But, I had someone email me asking me some questions about fur condition and what I do for the buns, so I thought it would be beneficial to share on the blog:

With my babies, I free feed them oatmeal from the time they are 3 weeks old. As they are juniors, I give them oatmeal every few days or so. I’ve found feeding the babies oatmeal really helps with their condition (fur and body). I noticed a huge difference between the babies I had that I didn’t free feed oats and the babies I free-fed oats, when I first started doing this about 4 ½ years ago or so.

I don’t give my buns any kind of particular supplement, like the cage suppliers sell. I do like to give them something in the evenings (just ‘cuz I like to spoil them J), so I give them either hay (Bermuda grass hay is what I feed), black oil sunflower seeds (just a pinch), barley (like 1/8 cup), or oats (1/4-1/2 cup), or pumpkin seeds (just a pinch – these are good for a worming preventative). Some days I don’t give anything (at least twice a week, they don’t get anything in the evening).

We’re in the CA high desert, so the weather can get really hot and really cold here too. The last few weeks have been insane in the temps – 100 degrees about 2 weeks ago, then dropped down to the 50’s and we had rain, now it’s in the high 70’s to 80’s with some windy days and some not windy days.

Yes, the temperature really does have a lot to do with the fur quality. Thankfully the strange weather we have had lately has not affected by bunnies coats at all – they haven’t even started blowing their coats amazingly!

When the weather is going nuts, especially when it suddenly cools down again, I try to make sure I give the buns oats, hay or barley in the evening, since that helps them warm up and gives them something to do. I also make sure they have toys in their cages to play with, to keep them moving.

When it is very windy, especially when the temp is cold too, I keep the barn shut up (except for the windows at the top of the barn for air flow), so that the buns don’t get a big cold draft.

My barn isn’t a steady temperature, but when it is hot, it stays about 15-20 degrees cooler (I use misters). When it is cold my barn stays around 50-55 (depending on how cold it is), unless the outside temp is below freezing or in the 20’s, then the barn temp may get down to 38.

I really think a good feed has a lot to do with fur quality. The weather does greatly affect that too, but I am just so surprised that my buns have held their condition this whole winter and the past few months despite the crazy weather we’ve had.

~ Qadoshyah

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Sale Page . . .

Due to various reasons, I have decided to keep Sugar for now :). I don't mind at all, since she is such a great doe!

I also added some new pictures of one of the junior does - Black Jr. doe - to the for sale page. She's a gorgeous, very promising little doe!

Amber is "on hold" for now also.

~ Qadoshyah

Saturday, May 31, 2008

Senior Doe for sale!

I added another senior doe to my sale list. She was "on hold" for someone but it fell through.

SSR's Amber - Chestnut Agouti Sr. Doe, 1 leg. See pics of her here. She's a gorgeous doe and a great mother! $40

~ Qadoshyah

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Updated Site!

I updated my site today . . . Juniors, Does, Bucks & the For Sale Page.

I put a few new buns up on the sale page also . . .go check it out!

~ Qadoshyah

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Updates . . . .

I've decided to keep Amber's black jr. doe, since she is looking so promising. She's such a rock solid doe, I think it's worth it to grow her out. So, here is Hoppin's Tara . . .

Also, several of the babies on the for sale page are "on hold" now . . . they are:

Bucks -
TD4 *Hold for Lizz*

Does -
MC4 *Hold for Lizz*
TD5 *Hold for Jeanette*
TD8 *Hold for Tina & Jessica*

That's all for now . . .

~ Qadoshyah