In the era of being politcaly correct and appeasing everyone, having a rabbitry in and of itself can raise some eyebrows. Some organizations think it's unethical to even show rabbits, let alone raise them in cages. They do not care how much you love them or how much time and effort you put into them. They do not care that you take the time to trim all their nails and check all their teeth and do so much to make sure that your animals are healthy and happy.
I have read numerous articles where entire rabbitries were loaded up and hauled away. I can't even imagine the devastation. Where some people have cats and dogs that are their family members, we have rabbits. We interact with each and everyone of them on a very personal level.
So for us having a closed rabbitry is a choice we are very comfortable with. I have known people who have had people turn them in out of spite and they lost everything. These stories make me feel very guarded.
Often times I have people who want to come visit and see our rabbits and I feel terrible being so closed to it. But hopefully a better understanding of the rabbit world will help it make sense.
So a closed Rabbitry doesn't mean we have anything to hide. We truly don't have to worry about dirty cages, or unhealthy rabbits because I am here all day every day to care for them. A closed rabbitry for us just means that we truly enjoy the privacy of our home.
When we make a sale we prefer to meet at shows. We are usually able to bring the rabbit to you as well and will be accommodating to meet you elsewhere.
We thank you for your understanding and are happy to answer any questions you may have.