These are my English/French and English/Satin mixed Angora rabbits.
This is Mopsy today. She looks almost exactly like her sister Flopsy, below. But if you look really closely, you can see that Flopsy is a little bit grayer, showing the smoked pearl color that she tends to pass onto her kits.
This is Flopsy, one of Mopsy's 2 sisters. She is also a lovely English Angora female and if you look closely, you can see the slightly "smoked pearl" tint to her fur. She is really beautiful!
This is Cottontail, from the time she was a baby to the present, with a little bird friend. She is also Flopsy and Mopsy's sister, and she looks a lot like Kokopelli but her fur is not as intense a color. She also produces lots of lovely fiber, and is a sweet bunny.
This is a picture of the young Kokopelli, when he was thought to be a girl and named Daisy. You can see that even as a toddler, his color was a bit more intense than Cottontail's and it has remained that way.
He was such a pretty boy, it's easy to see why he tricked everyone into thinking he was a little girl.