This breed was first established in 1927 for its chocolate and black varieties; sable and blue were added in a few years later. Its most noted by its coloring. The rabbits are almost entirely one solid color with a lighter shade under the chin, underbelly, and inside the ears. They have fly-back fur and standing ears.
Adults reach 6-9 lbs. Litter sizes average 6-8 kittens. They’re supposed to make great pets, but can be more timid than other varieties.