Please help me identify Etta

by Amanda
(Tampa, FL)

Etta was 5 weeks when I rescued her from an irresponsible owner who wanted to just leave her outside instead of finding her a new home.

She was extremely small and the vet I took her to said she was a mini Rex and would not get any bigger. Not what happened.

Ms. Etta lays out longer than a foot and is very chubby now. I love her to death but curious about what breed she is. Apparently she was purchased from a pet store.

Any information anyone can provide is greatly appreciated!

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Jan 20, 2015
Deformed pattern if Dutch? NEW
by: Melanie the bunny loveršŸ°

It has to be a Dutch only it may of had trouble developing its full coulor to the white on its back who knows it may of been the runt of the litter maybe... But it is still in damn good condition just maybe deformed the coulor
Its a speshiol breed of Dutch it's cute

Oct 18, 2014
dutch NEW
by: Anonymous

Most definitely a Dutch. They are the only breed with those markings. Although not bred well, as the saddle is broken.

Oct 16, 2014
bun NEW
by: Anonymous

Dutch like mine :)

Sep 12, 2014
Dutch Cross? NEW
by: Anonymous

Defiantly looks like she has Dutch in her due to the V shape marking on her head. Not sure what she could be crossed with or she could just possibly be a Dutch with bad marking! Hope this helped :)

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