My sweetest little doe, a satin/california cross, kindled today at about 1pm! I am very excited about this litter, not just because she is my favorite doe and the father (a palomino) is also a total sweetheart, but it's my first time ever with a litter! We got rabbits in February and I have had horrible luck all year trying to get does to take. After many months and many hours of research (and some wonderful help from some of you bunny people) we have finally had a success. I've never had anything have babies before, my parents never allowed it when I was a kid and now that my husband and I are together doing this homesteading thing, it's just our first experience, period. I couldn't be happier but I think I could use some guidance!! I have not looked under the fur yet to see the babies. When should I do this? What are some signs of trouble? It will be in the 30s and low 40s every night here, and about 50 or 60 during the day. They seem to have plenty of fur but are there other precautions I need to take to make sure they don't freeze during those cold nights? I will post pics soon! I've never seen this kind of cross before, no telling what they will look like! Thanks for your help!