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- Sep 6, 2016
- Southern California
We are thinking Peter and I want to get him a little blue jacket.
Very cool! I didn’t even know that there were colorpoint rabbits!I am starting to think Peter might be a color point rabbit. He's changing color... View attachment 210977 View attachment 210978View attachment 210976
I didn't either but he is definitely changing color. Either color point or poor nutrition left him snowy white. In the rabbit world they apparently call it frosty if their eyes aren't red, if I am reading things right.Very cool! I didn’t even know that there were colorpoint rabbits!
abyeb - Marguerita Goforth chose the name, "Himalayan," for her original registration of her cats with the CFA in 1957 naming the new breed after the Himalayan Rabbit (Lepus nigripes), noted in natural history books in English at least from early 1861 [Magazine of Natural History; Volume 37; January, 1861, page 421] forward.Very cool! I didn’t even know that there were colorpoint rabbits!