To make certain she shines as ribbon- or trophy-worthy, Cookie, a Black Tort Sr. Doe rabbit, is groomed by Kathi Groenveld prior to being shown Sunday at the Johnson County Fair’s ARBA rabbit show. Groenveld, of Jones, Ok., says she loves rabbits and owns nearly 150 of them. “I’ve been showing the bunnies for over a year,” she says. “The kids are gone and I get to do something for myself now.”
To make certain she shines as ribbon- or trophy-worthy, Cookie, a Black Tort Sr. Doe rabbit, is groomed by Kathi Groenveld prior to being shown Sunday at the Johnson County Fair’s ARBA rabbit show. Groenveld, of Jones, Ok., says she loves rabbits and owns nearly 150 of them. “I’ve been showing the bunnies for over a year,” she says. “The kids are gone and I get to do something for myself now.” Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Star
To make certain she shines as ribbon- or trophy-worthy, Cookie, a Black Tort Sr. Doe rabbit, is groomed by Kathi Groenveld prior to being shown Sunday at the Johnson County Fair’s ARBA rabbit show. Groenveld, of Jones, Ok., says she loves rabbits and owns nearly 150 of them. “I’ve been showing the bunnies for over a year,” she says. “The kids are gone and I get to do something for myself now.” Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Star

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