Northern California Angora Guild

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Picking a Bunny


Jill and Melody are trying to pick a French Angora buck for keep and Amanda is interested in learning.    

These junior bucks just got off the judging table and there were rankings.   Jill and Melody want an impartial party to check on the bunnies without knowing how judges placed them.   Casey is an obvious choice as she did not pay attention to the judging of French Angora.


Melody likes the blue buck that Casey is handling but the chocolate agouti that she is holding has been the choice of two judges.   Decision, decision...

Carolyn listens in the discussion.

The blue one or the chocolate agouti?   Melody went with her gut feeling and picked the blue.

Now it's Jill's term.  She wants a broken buck.    The broken fawn or the broken lynx?  They ask another impartial party to come check.

Cory is that impartial party, Carol G. is the breeder of this litter, she observes.
Jill goes with the broken fawn.


Friday, February 17, 2017

Grooming Time


Group grooming.

Betty grooming.

Amanda grooming.

Jill grooming.

Jill is happy with her grooming result.

Betty asks, you want to take my grooming picture?

Matt grooming.


Carol grooming, not an Angora but still a wool breed: American Fuzzy Lop.


Melody grooming.


Thursday, February 16, 2017

Happy Group of Angora Lovers

We have a very happy group of Angora lovers: from left to right are:
Carolyn, Casey, Matt, Betty, Carol G (front), Carol W, Melody, Renee, Amanda, Bailey, Jill, Christine and Linda.

All except one photos below are taken by Carolyn.  Thanks, Carolyn. 

Carol W. with her French Angora fawn buck.

Matt and his English Angora white doe.

Renee with her French Angora broken black junior doe Pandora.

Carol G. and her lovable French Angora chestnut buck Austin.

Casey's two English Angora tort bucks are adorable.

Jill and her beautiful French Angora fawn doe Incendio.

Betty has two cute English Angora fawn bunnies.

Melody loves her French Angora fawn doe Greta.

Amanda carefully brushes her French Angora chestnut junior doe Leda.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Amanda Loves Leda

Leda is a French Angora chestnut junior doe.
Leda is Amanda's first Angora rabbit. 

Amanda grooms and cares for Leda all by herself.

Leda loves to be handled and brushed.

Leda is a very lucky rabbit.

Amanda's mom is a professional photographer, all the above photos are lovingly taken by Christine.  Here is another close up photo of Leda.     We thank Christine for allowing us to use her photos.



Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Happy Valentine 2017


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

Monday, February 13, 2017

Angora Specialty Show Judging at Stockton



NCAG Angora specialty show is judged by Melissa Magee of CA.  There are forty Angora in the show.

  On judge Melissa's table are the white senior doe and whit junior doe.

The colored English Angora are waiting for their turns.

The little English Angora juniors are having their first day in the show.

English Angora bunnies put a smile on judge Melissa's face.

Bunnies are cute but the winner of the breed is usually the senior.

A French Angora buck is next to be judged.
The specialty Best In Show goes to the French Angora colored senior doe.


Sunday, February 12, 2017

Show B Angora Judging at Stockton



Show B judge Allen is comparing two English Angora junior bucks.   Casey is the table clerk.
Colored English Angora seniors are on the table.

Judge Allen has a cute little English Angora baby on the table.

Judge Allen comments on the English Angora colored senior doe.
French Angora are now on judge Allen's table, Melody and Jill watch the judging.

Carol W. clerks for judge Allen.


On the table are the French Angora junior does.

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