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Mini Rex were derived from the Rex rabbit. Their unique, dense, plush, velvet-like fur, was caused by a mutation seen in wild rabbits in France in the late 19th century. The Rex mutation is recessive and causes the hair to protrude outwards from the body, instead of lying flat, and the guard hairs to be shortened to the length of the undercoat.

Their small size, plush coat and friendly personalities make them one of the most popular rabbit breeds in the United States. They were first recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) in 1988, and been very popular with exhibitors ever since. It weighs 3.5 to 4.5 pounds when fully grown. Short and rather close coupled, it is moderately well filled with flesh. The ideal length of its fur is 5/8 inch, and is to have a lustrous appearance, good body, and a plush-like effect which offers a distinct springy resistance to the touch.

we specialize in the following colors: black otter ,chocolate otter , black ,blue ,chocolate ,red eyed white ,blue eyed white ,broken otter & broken  

we strive to have some of the best Mini Rex to offer our Mini Rex are from well known breeders in the show world my new line is from Furry Friends R-Us Rabbitry she has some of the best show lines and quality mini rex i have seen in quite some time thanks to a local friend of mine i am blessed to have added these amazing quality rabbits to our herd of mini rex and the great thing about this new line of mini rex are the great breeders who produced them they took the time to keep blood lines close and not cross breed with other lines this line is strictly from three well known breeders who took the time to understand the breed and how to produce amazing rabbits the show records on some of these rabbits well blow your mind  i can not be more happy to offer these amazing quality rabbits to the people hear in and around CT..

I want to say Thank you to my good friends Alice and Ava for giving us some amazing rabbits to add to our herd of Mini Rex Tank You !!! :) 

This is my little helper Amy she helps me at every fair she attends with Cooping and running rabbit back and forth to the judging table Rabbit judging at the Guilford Fair in this photo she is holding FOUR rabbits for us on the far left is a broken castor owned and bred by Trudy McClure next three are all our first two broken black j.r bucks and last on the far right my broken otter blue j.r buck  


RLB1 -SR Chocolate Buck

SMD1-SR Doe Chocolate

RLB2-SR Buck Chocolate

Himalayans are very unique rabbits. They are small rabbits, with very long, trim bodies. Their body color is white, with dark “points.” They have an egg-shaped marking on the nose, dark ears, legs, and tail. The points can be black, chocolate, blue, or lilac. Himalayans have red eyes.

The Himalayan is one of the oldest rabbit breeds we have today. They have been around for so long, we are not sure when they first appeared, or where they originated. Though some say they are indeed from the Himalayan mountain area, records of these rabbits are found is several regions of the old world. Himalayans may have been brought to the United States during the Belgian Hare Boom in the early 1900’s. Himalayans are not only one of the most unique  breeds recognized in the U.S., but also one of the oldest.

Himalayans are known for their easy-going and docile temperament. This coupled with their small size makes them an excellent choice for children wanting to start raising and showing rabbits.

Himalayans are popular both as show rabbits and as pets.