The West Coast Classic show begins today. We'll be on our way down there in about an hour to get set up, and then return at 5:00. That's when the first show, an angora specialty, begins. The girls have six rabbits entered in tonight's and tomorrow's shows, which include one all-breed show for youth and three angora specialty shows where they are competing against adults. We'll see how their juniors do.
As it is one of the largest shows in the country, there will be a lot of vendors. We need to pick up at least one four-hole carry cage. We don't normally use them for our rabbits--they are a bit on the small side. But in the event of an emergency, it would be very helpful. The only disaster around here that really concerns us is fire, and last year we had two lightning strikes that started fires too close to home. One was directly across the street from us, and the other, two months later, was three houses up from ours. We decided that another four-hole carry cage was in order.
Hopefully, it will be a matter of having it and not needing it--ever.