English, Satin and French Angora Rabbitry
Karis' Angora Rabbitry
I adopted my first three rabbits when they were two months old from Marsh Rabbitry. They are quite an exciting handful and completely worth the time. I breed my rabbits for their soft, wool fiber. Three to four times a year the wool is collected and spun into yarn. Angora wool is seven times warmer than sheep's, and makes a great winter hat or scarf.
French Angoras! The Newest Addition!
Finally! I purchased a Blue-eyed White French Angora and his beautiful Smoke pearl mate, Sterling. They had a litter of seven healthy babies on Feb 1, 2015. For more information please visit the "French Rabbits" Page. Also, don't forget I have a young English available right now for $65.
If you are interested in a rabbit please visit:
If, somehow, you are not able to keep your bunny I have a "Bunny-Back Guarantee", and will gladly excepted him/her back.