The Jersey Wooly Rabbit is gentle and cuddly, and makes a great pet for children because it’s not known to kick or bite. The breed was created by crossing a French Angora with a Netherland Dwarf, resulting in an extra-small rabbit with a luxuriously soft, woolly coat.
|Size:||Small, weighing about 1.36kg (3lb).|
|Coat:||The Jersey Wooly’s coat requires minimal grooming, but will need to be detangled once a week during non-shedding season and more often in the spring.|
|Life span:||7-10 years.|
|Temperament:||Playful and even-tempered, Jersey Woolys love cuddles and lots of attention, and will always enjoy snuggling on a lap.|
|Special requirements:||These bunnies should be kept indoors, but still need lots of space to stretch out and play, either in a bunny-safe room or in a supervised rabbit run outside.|
Jersey Woolys sometimes suffer with epilepsy and are prone to hereditary and congenital conditions. Petplan dog insurance offers peace of mind that they will always be protected.