About American Fuzzy Lop RabbitsAbout American Fuzzy Lop Rabbits

American Fuzzy Lop Rabbits are raised for wool. Their wool is similar to Angora Rabbits although it is shorter than an Angoras wool. American Fuzzy Lop Rabbits are a combination of French Angora and Holland Lop Rabbits.

Patty Greene-Karl is credited with realizing that the fuzzy gene was recessive, mating two Holland Lops carrying this gene resulted in a certain percentage of the offspring (theoretically 25%) with fuzzy wool. Patty decided to develop these rabbits as a new breed, named the American Fuzzy Lop.

American Fuzzy Lop Rabbits weigh 3-4 lbs. as an adult with a preferred weight of bucks at 3.5 lbs. and does at 3.75 lbs. They have a very compact body, which appears very muscular. Their ears do not stand straight up, but rather lop along the side of the face. They have a short and flat muzzle similar to that of a cat. A ridge of cartilage at the top of their head (called a crown) causes the ears to fall against the side of the head, as is the case in most lop breeds.

American Fuzzy Lop Rabbits are very fuzzy, cute, and make excellent pets.

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American Fuzzy Lop Rabbits Associations

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