Kim's Hopping Lops

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Nursery

Please note that I may have a new litter that is not listed this page as new litters usually do not make their appearance on our nursery page until they are one to two to four weeks old, so don't worry if you don't see a new litter on here right on or near their new date. 


If there is a rabbit you are interested in getting (of a certain breed, color, and or sex), he/she may be in a litter we have not yet announced the arrival of yet, or may be in a litter we are expecting. Feel free to contact us to get more information on expected litters or the new arrivals in our nursery.  


To see more pictures of our baby bunnies please visit us on Facebook. In the photo albums on our Facebook page there are more pictures of the baby bunnies.  

Please see for sale pages for information on available bunnies




If you are interested in getting a rabbit from me please read my sales policy! You can read my sales policy on the sales policy page of this website. 



 

Holland Lop babies

 
 

Velveteen Lops

 
 
 
 

We have Velveteen Lop babies ! 






Broken orange

Solid orange

Solid fawn

Solid chestnut

Solid blue tort

Solid black tort

 

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  • "I have a female velveteen since August and she is healthy and so lovable. She loves people, car rides, and having full run of the house."
    Taylor Sprenkle
  • "I have a few pictures below to share because we are so happy with our bunny! She is very fun loving and we love having her with us. We were a bit nervous about our cat, who we e..."
    Anna & Rob
    Blanche
  • "Hi, I just wanted to say thank you for the holland lop! My family adopted an orange female lop just before Easter. We named her Ginger, and she's been such a welcome addition ..."
    Rebecca