Now Linda is in the grow out cage with the bigger does. They seemed to be alright being together when I introduced them, and when I left them in the cage together. I gave them more hay to keep them busy, but I still worry with being so far from home and not being able to check on them all the time.
That leaves seven bunnies still for sale. Congrats on your new homes Kai, Linda, Jennifer, Julia, and Jada!
Today I also got a better look at Alice's two brown kits. One has two white front feet! The one with dark feet is the runt of the litter.
I got in contact with my favorite greenhouse down the road and asked if they'd be interested in taking one or two of my beloved root beer irises and propagating them. I plan to take them with when we move, but in the event that something goes wrong and they don't survive transplant, or deer eat them or something, I would love a backup way to buy them back in the future. I have yet been unsuccessful in finding a commercially available source for this variety. They said they'd be thrilled to have them and would dedicate the few years it would take to get them propagated so they could offer them for sale (very good marketing point - they smell like root beer!). I plan on going to the greenhouse either Wednesday afternoon or sometime Thursday when Tony is supposed to have time off.
Tony emailed the insurance company today asking to be moved to another hotel. I'm guessing they should receive it tomorrow during regular business hours and will (hopefully) follow up tomorrow. I'm really hoping we get some kind of update on the new house and a timeline (for when we can finally sign papers and move) this week.
I'm absolutely exhausted, so I'm going to try to get to bed early tonight.