Large litters are hard to avoid, and this Doe produced 9 baby angoras in a wide range of colours. One of the issues though is the size of each of the babies as they develop as the Doe cannot always provide sufficient nutrients in the first few weeks to help each one develop well. Therefore you can end up with a lot of under sized Angora rabbit babies. Sadly she lost one of the litter so now has eight but this has allowed the remaining ones to gain access to more food. If your Doe does produce a large litter it is vital that you provide additional supplements for her so she has sufficient resources and food to help feed the young. It is also important to make sure that the hutch space avoidable is sufficient to house a growing litter of so many babies so they have space to move about and not all sit together even though they for the most part all choose to sit on one another.