I have been thinking for the past few days and only now have the time to pen this down. For the past few days, I have been giving thoughts as to what is the hardest part of this hobby raising Holland Lops in Malaysia. Honestly, I find it hard to share in this hobby. As much as I would like to have more friends working with this breed, not many have the same ideologies and beliefs when it comes to the way of raising these rabbits.
I don’t mean to put others down but so far I have only found a handful of hobbyists who are willing to operate the way I do. I am indeed glad that most who have acquired rabbits from me are mostly raising them as house rabbits and have no intention of breeding. Unfortunately, without other breeders, it would be hard to widen the gene pool of Holland Lops in Malaysia.
For the handful that I did share my stocks, how are all of you doing? Do let me know your progress…
One response to “Major Roadblock”
Just to share my thought here. The hobby of raising Holland Lop in Malaysia is growing but very slow. A lot of people just plunge in raising rabbit without the proper knowledge of rabbit raising and sadly most rabbits will end up like trash. I think Malaysian need proper education on rabbit raising. With some pet exhibition such as the one that is running at Pet World, Mid Valley (KL) this weekend, it will also help to promote the true holland lop in Malaysia. Hopefully there will be more of this exhibition and also rabbit show in Malaysia.