Another German TV Filming of Betty's Angora, Part I
|This looks like a familiar scene, Betty grooming and someone filming.|
|Yes, this is another filming by a German TV company.|
|In June 2014, before Franchesca established her Guinness World Record, after appearance at the Steve Harvey Show, German TV RTL Televison from Cologne sent a team of two came to my home to film. See https://ncag.blogspot.com/2014/06/german-tv-interviewing-betty-part-i.html|
|In January 2016, a few months after Franchesca's Guinness World Record was announced and after a filming by the UK news organization Barcroft TV, another German TV company Golileo sent a team of a reporter and a videographer to make another program about my English Angora, see https://ncag.blogspot.com/2016/02/german-tv-video.html|
Franchesca is now a mom and a grandma, long retired from showing and carrying a big long coat. In her place for filming is her daughter Angelique.
|I am very surprised to receive another request from Sven (standing in the middle) from RTL Televison wanting another filming in September. I asked why, since the same station has done a segment on my English Angora already.|
|I was told that the program was so popular that they wish to film in some specific way, namely, slow motion to show the wool flying.|
|How do you get the rabbit to be so fluffy? How do their wool grow so long? |
It starts from a baby! Or shall we say it starts from the good genes from the parents, grandparents, great grandparents, ...
|This little one will be as fluffy as Angelique if I work hard at grooming and caring.|
More to come...