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I'm not even sure where to start. I don't have anything to go on, as when I asked the (children) I bought her from what her breed was they just looked at me funny and the youngest one said, and I quote: 'a straight eareded one'. So I just gave up on that for the time. They named her Elsa, so I kept the name. She is one of the most beautifully colored rabbits I have ever seen and with the most unique markings.
I'm just curious what she is because I have never seen a rabbit like her. Well, that, and she has three kits by my buck
 

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Not sure why my pictures didn't show up... This is Elsa
 

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Her side was wet from laying against the frozen water bottle, so it made the gold darker in the bottom picture
 

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I'd say Californian or Californian cross.

How big is she?
 

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Check out the recognized breed chart on the ARBA website and look at the standards for the suspected breeds.
 

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Even at this time of year, a purebred Cali should have more of a nose marking than that. Isn't she the mother of the litter you just had? If I remember correctly, one of the babies is a Chocolate; neither Cali's nor NZ's should be carrying a chocolate gene. I'm thinking a "straight eareded one" is a pretty good description for what some others call a meaty mix.
 

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She's really not big at all. My Dutch/lionhead cross buck has a few pounds on her. She weighed right at 7 pounds preggo. Not sure on weight before or now, but I will weigh her and post tomorrow
 

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If she's only 7lbs she's definitely a cross of some sort.
 
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