Question by  amberh83 (2)

What kind of rabbit is brown with white spots?

I have a baby rabbit its eyes are still closed since my sister found it on the 10th and I dont know what kind it is, this will help me care for it. Its brown with a white dot on its head and about the size of 2 golf balls.


Answer by  Ammy78 (57)

ALthough it could be any kind (more details are needed, such as does it have floppy ears, long hair, long legs etc.?) I suspect it is an English Spot Rabbit. I recommend you research how to care for this rabbit thoroughly, as some breeds particularly need lots of exercise.


Answer by  brookemw85aolcom (54)

All rabbit breeds come with different color variations. You may have a dutch or a havana rabbit, (both of which make great pets and do not get too big). You can care for most rabbit breeds relatively the same way. You may want to check out a rabbit care guide online to find out more!


Answer by  HeDidIt (23)

It is an English Spot Rabbit. The English Spot is most noted by the colored markings on its body, eye circles, cheek spots, herringbone, colored ears, and chain of spots.


Answer by  Emr (698)

Its not a good idea to take baby rabbits from their nests. Mother rabbits only feed them twice a day and leave them in the nest the rest of the time. All kinds of rabbits are brown with white spots. You can find information on rabbit breeds on the internet.


Answer by  shastie (1601)

It really could be any kind of rabbit. Does it have flop ears, long hair, long legs? We will go ahead and say its an english spot rabbit. This is a very active breed of rabbit and needs at least 2 hours of exercise daily. They are also very gentle and good with kids.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

I believe your rabbit is called an English Spot. You can look into that more. Also, he could be albino if he has all these white spots on him. Just a thought.

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