Shako Meshvelashvili, at his 11 age, borrowed 50 GEL from his mother and bought 2 rabbits. Today Shako is already the owner of 50 rabbits.
During his stay in Okami village, he used to sell the rabbits at Mukhrani open market. As he states, the half of the money he received from each sold rabbit, he used to save, whereas the other part he used to buy new ones in order to increase its number and business growth.
“I always had my own money, for me and my sisters as well”- says Shako Meshvelashvili to “Business contact“.
His grandfather helped him to sell rabbits at his stay in the village. As for now he lives in Tbilisi, at Elia mountain. He left 5 to 6 rabbits in the village and brought others with him in Tbilisi.
According to him, it is not easy to look after the rabbits, they need a meal three times per day, and 5 times to clean and tidy up their place.
Although currently, Shako Meshvelashvili is the eight-grade student at school, he is going to follow its current activities and to enter Agruni in future to study in a proper faculty.
Shako got knowledge from the internet and people who are involved in this field. Now he knows a lot about the ways to look after and raise the rabbits.
“I am thinking of purchasing a land in order to lay out the kitchen-garden along with my rabbits in near future,” – stated Shako Meshvelashvili.