After a weekend of farm-sitting/baby-sitting, I came home to my own animals and family. It is sooooo nice to be home. But the best thing by far, was that Trevor got a taste of what my job as “homesteader” entails. He not only had to feed and water the animals and pull weeds in the garden, but he also had to keep the fodder system going. Trevor had to soak, water, cut, weigh, and feed the barley fodder to the rabbits and chickens. Muwahahahahaa! Now he knows.
In any case, I had to check on Dandelion’s babies to see if I could better tell what colors we have in this batch. There is really only one kit that I am unsure on and it is a toss up between lilac tortoiseshell or blue tortoiseshell. The black tortoiseshell is PERFECTLY marked… like… wow! And two of the fawns are very “cleanly” marked with a strong orange/red color (aka: rufus modifiers).
I am estimating: 1 black tortoiseshell, 4 fawns (2 of which are a beautiful bright orange/red), 2 ruby-eyed whites, 1 blue tortoiseshell, and 1 lilac tortoiseshell (could also be a second blue tort.)