what breed is my bunny?

by Xanthe

Munchie the day we got her..

Munchie the day we got her..

Munchie the day we got her.. Munchie's face and ears darker Munchie chilling Munchie today!

Hi, We got our Rabbit from the pet shop, her name is Munchie... Go figure she munches everything.. I've read up a bit about Rabbits yet still can't seem to figure out what breed she is.. From young she was brownish and recently started forming darker patched on her, her face is now 80% black and she has these thick dominant eyebrows is what it looks like.. Her ears long and dark... She loves laying on her stomach hind legs stretched out.
Her tail is about 7cm long.. I am unaware of her proper age.
She likes sitting up on high places and tries eat ones shoes or jeans when one is walking past.. She hops fast to the fridge knowing she is going to get some sort of treat. And she head butts a lot.. Lately she has started eating away at my bedding, as she has free run of the house. I'm just wanting to really know the breed and what size I can expect her to grow to.

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Oct 08, 2016
American sable. NEW
by: Anonymous

Siamese american sable breed.

Jan 19, 2015
Siamese sable NEW
by: Melanie Evans

Looks like a Siamese sable look them up and I'm sure that what breed that rabbit will be

Jul 31, 2014
crossed??? NEW
by: Anonymous

I would say she is a netherland dwarf cross, but if she came from a pet store than she isn't crossed...

I would still say she can't be a netherland dwarf alone.

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