Bauscat rabbits are an Egyptian breed bred to cope with the Egyptian climate. It is a medium-sized breed intended for meat production.
They have well-rounded hips with well-filled loin. Their ribs are carried forward to combine with shoulders that balance with the rest of the body. The shoulders blend smoothly into their midsection, and the midsection smoothly extends into the hindquarters. The body is of medium length with good depth. The top body line rises in a gradual curve from the base of ears to the center of the hips and then falls in a smooth curve downward to the base of the tail. The sides taper slightly from hindquarters towards shoulders. Their back is markedly convex ventrally without being pot-bellied. Their skin is smooth.