Jennifer Falek may just have the cutest hobby in the world. Jennifer’s passions were initially sparked when she adopted Mini Lop bunny, Teddy. It was from here that her passion for mini lop rabbits began.
Three years ago Jennifer embarked on a hobby that would change her life. After realising how cute the 6.5 pound, fluffy mini lop was she decided to begin breeding the adorable breed of bunny.
After adopting two more dwarf mini lops she then began breeding and the first litter was born.
Jennifer kept a few of the babies from her first litter but decided to adopt a few more mini lops from different bloodlines in order to diversify her litters and create a legitimate breeding programme.
If you would like to purchase one of Jennifer’s precious mini lops then follow her Facebook account here where she regularly advertises her bunnies.
Fast forward to 2019 and Jennifer has grown a brand around her love of mini lops. Each day she posts an irresistibly cute video or photo of one of her baby bunnies on her ever-growing Instagram account.
By following @lop_world you can watch Jennifer’s baby bunnies grow from birth to adulthood. Her bunnies are captured in moments of play, eating, sleeping, and, the cutest of all, washing their little fluffy faces.
Jennifer’s account makes our Monday blues fade away. Once you see one of her beautiful bunnies you can’t help but smile. Give her Instagram account a follow to make your day a little bit brighter.
Just like the founder of the breed (Adrian de Cock), Jennifer is also from the Netherlands. You can learn more fun facts about the Mini Lop below.
Mini Lop facts:
The Mini Lop breed was created from a merging of the French Lop (the largest breed of rabbit), with the Netherland Dwarf.
In 1980 these smaller Lops found their way into Britain after Yorkshire breeder George Scott found them via a contact in Holland. After Scott spent time breeding together the smallest examples of the breed, the Mini Lop was born.
The Mini was recognised by the British Rabbit Council (BRC) in 1994 and is already one of the most popular pet and show breeds in the UK.
This breed is bright, cheerful and playful and because he’s intelligent he can be easily trained.
The Mini Lop is a friendly little animal that will delight with his antics, but he will need plenty of exercise and stimulation to prevent boredom setting in.
The Mini Lop loves to play with cat toys – particularly those that have bells or rattles.