Jersey Wooly Rabbits

The Jersey Wooly rabbit breed was developed for its long, wooly coat. Photo Courtesy Marylou Zarbock

Tan Rabbits

The Tan rabbit breed has similar markings to Doberman Pincher dogs and is know for its active temperament. Photo Courtesy Bowtie, Inc./ Isabelle Francais

Harlequin Rabbits

The Harlequin rabbit breed, first bred in France, has developed into two groups: the Japanese and the Magpie. Photo Courtesy Marylou Zarbock

Mini Rex Rabbits

The Mini Rex rabbit breed is a short, compact, well-balanced breed with a docile temperament. Photo Courtesy Marylou Zarbock

Dutch Rabbits

The Dutch rabbit is one of the oldest domesticated rabbit breeds and is known for its gentle nature. Photo Courtesy Marylou Zarbock

Mini Lop Rabbits

The Mini Lop rabbit breed originates from the cross breeding of a German Lop rabbit and a chinchilla. Photo Courtesy Marylou Zarbock

Netherland Dwarf Rabbits

The Netherland Dwarf rabbit breed, when fully grown, resembles a kit with its small body, short ears and large eyes. Photo Courtesy Marylou Zarbock

Crazy for (Italian) Rabbits

I’m crazy for rabbits, and I can’t imagine anything sadder than keeping rabbits in tiny wire cages.

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