Have You Seen An ARBA Leg Before?

I received an ARBA leg from Ms. Kay Miller on Friday. It is the first ARBA leg I have seen. For those who wants to know how a leg looks like, here it is:

The front of the leg with the information of the breeder, rabbit and the show the leg was obtained

The front of the leg with the information of the breeder, rabbit and the show the leg was obtained

The back of the leg showing how the GC and Best In Show certs look like. There are some rules on how a GC is to be obtained.

The back of the leg showing how the GC and Best In Show certs look like. There are some rules on how a GC is to be obtained.

This is one hell of a leg because it outrun a mail from US I have been waiting for. I hope the mail arrives soon as I am getting quite paranoid already.

This weekend has been a very busy one for me and therefore I do not have much to write. Furthermore, I realized that my visit hits are much lower during the weekends. I guess everyone’s busy with their family.

It is EARTH HOUR at 8.30pm for those who are participating. I am definitely participating! Lights off at 8.30pm!

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4 responses to “Have You Seen An ARBA Leg Before?

  1. I’m typing this in the dark 😛

    Faster upload the LEG photo!

  2. June

    What is leg? I ‘ve seen 1 leg, 3 legs….

    • An ARBA leg is a “certification” given to rabbit that has obtained certain placing in a show. Under normal circumstances, after getting 3 legs, a rabbit is deemed to be a Grand Champion. ARBA will register this information into their database upon the owner sending in all the 3 GC legs with certain information filled up.

  3. Wah.. snapped photo aredi?

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