by Kenyatta

My rabbi was a rescue, not once but twice.
I helped with her second home and her forever home. My friend brought her back she was very ill six months ago. I love her. Her name is Sparkles because her coat does just that shines in the right light.
She's friendly, loves to be petted, is greedy and will eat all day if you let her.
She has lots of energy with long legs and she does a lot of jumping.
Her age is not known, seems like she gets bigger every day. Her breed is also unknown. My names Kenyatta thank y'all for your time.

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Jan 05, 2017
Definitely a mixed breed NEW
by: Anonymous

Your rabbit doesn't have the proper markings in the specific pattern that an English Spot has. They are very distinct and will look the same each time you see a true English Spot. Your bun has markings in random places, no real rhyme or reason to it. I would say dwarf of some sort because of the ears, but if you say he topped out at 9lbs then that's not likely. Perhaps a Rex crossed with a dwarf type, maybe even has a little English spot mixed in down the family chain

Oct 07, 2016
mix NEW
by: Anonymous

maybe a english spot mix

Dec 16, 2014
Finally I Know NEW
by: Anonymous

I'm the one posted this. My bunny is a boy. He is an English Spot. He's much bigger now than in the picture. The vet said about a year old. At 9 1/2 lbs he's as big as he will get. Finding a vet for a bunny is hard. Surprisingly cheap.

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