Jersey Wooly Rabbit
The Jersey Wooly rabbit breed was bred for its coat in the 1970s. It has long wooly fur that grows 2 to 3 inches long. The guard hairs are thick and, overall, the coat is very dense. In contrast, its body is short and compact and it has short ears.
Country of Origin:
United States (New Jersey)
agouti (chestnut, chinchilla, opal, squirrel), pointed white (with black or blue), self (black, blue, chocolate, lilac, blue-eyed white, ruby-eyed white), shaded (sable point, seal, Siamese sable, smoke pearl, tortoiseshell, blue tortoiseshell), tan pattern (black otter, blue otter, silver marten, sable marten, smoke pearl marten