Satin Rabbit

Satin Rabbit

Satin Rabbit History of the Satin Rabbit The Satin rabbit originated in the United States in the 1930s and is named for the striking satin sheen on its coat. The first litter of Satin rabbits came from famous breeder Mr. Walter Huey’s rabbitry, as he was trying to...
Tan Rabbit

Tan Rabbit

Tan Rabbit History of the Tan Rabbit This breed was discovered around 1880 in England. The original color of the Tan rabbit was black. In 1891, the first Tan club was formed in England. Tan rabbits are one of the few ARBA-accepted rabbit breeds that have a fully...
Velveteen Lop Rabbit

Velveteen Lop Rabbit

Velveteen Lop Rabbit History of the Velveteen Lop Rabbit The Velveteen Lop Rabbit (or How Toys Become Real) is a children’s book written by Margery Williams.It chronicles the story of a stuffed rabbit and his desire to become real, Velveteen Lops are a newer breed...
Silver Marten Rabbit

Silver Marten Rabbit

Silver Marten Rabbit History of the Silver Marten Rabbit Less than 100 years old, the Silver Marten was recognized as a breed in the 1920s. Silver Martens are an American breed, a result of crossings between the Tan and Chinchilla breeds of rabbit. n 1927, a working...
Rex Rabbit

Rex Rabbit

Rex Rabbit History of the Rex Rabbit The Rex rabbit is a breed of rabbit developed in France in 1919 and is named for the rex gene responsible for its unique type of fur. Rex fur is the result of a genetic mutation causing the hairs to be all the same length, giving a...
Polish Rabbit

Polish Rabbit

Polish Rabbit History of the Polish Rabbit The American Polish rabbit has its roots in the British Polish breed, from which it takes its name. They are thought to derive from mixed breeds (probably small wild rabbits crossed with albino Dutch and Silver rabbits)....