Northern California Angora Guild

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Bunnies' First Taste of Green Grass

Bunnies in the wild do not have rabbit pellets or oats, their first solid food would be grass.

The English Angora white bunnies are having their first taste of green grass.


These green spaghetti sure tastes good.

Bunnies are sharing the tasty green grass.


Sis, here are some good ones.

Yes, this is good!


Friday, February 14, 2014

Happy Valentine 2014


Northern California Angora Guild wishes everyone
A Happy Valentine's Day.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

An Unusual Service Dog

We commonly see Labrador as service dogs.  At the Stockton show, Roxie the service dog attracts some attention as she sort of have a Pit Bull look.   It turns out she is a mix of Pit Bull, Shar Pei and Great Dane. 

Roxie a loyal service dog.  


Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Jersey Wooly Carrier

Is there any better way to carry rabbits to and from the judging table?


Tuesday, February 11, 2014

First Showing of Lionhead as an Accepted Breed

REW and Tort Lionhead passed the 3rd showing at the ARBA convention in Harrisburg last October.   February 1, 2014 is the first day that the Lionhead is eligible to show for legs and to be included on the Best In Show table. 

In show A at the Big Valley RA show, judge Cathy judges the Lionhead breed and the Best of Breed goes to the tort.

Judge Linda in show B is examining the Lionhead on the Best In Show table.  


Monday, February 10, 2014

Bunnies Left Today Right Tomorrow

Bunnies are the left-wingers....

but they could also be the right-wingers. 

Bunnies are non-discriminatory, they don't care about the breed, they don't care about the color, all they care is the warm bodies that keep them comfortable.   The chestnut babies are French Angora and the white babies are English Angora.  Though they have two "beds", they like to squeeze into one of the two beds.   When one of the bunnies jumps from one bed to the other, the rest follow the leader.  


Sunday, February 09, 2014

Angora Judging at Stockton

In show A, judge Allen is comparing the white and colored English Angora bucks for Best Opposite Sex of Breed. 

In show B, judge Chris Z is checking on a white English Angora.

In the NCAG specialty show, judge Melissa is commenting on the French Angora colored senior buck.

For the Angora show results, go to: