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Seniors should can not be over 4 lbs. Juniors should be 1 3/4-3 1/2 lbs. The body should be compact and cobby, with width equal to height at the shoulders, loin and hips. The spinal column is not to be prominent nor should the hip/pin bones stand out. The body must feel very smooth and well-muscled. As you slide your hands from the shoulders they should not catch on the hips. As you slide your hands down the hips to the feet they should not angle in. The head is to present the appearance of a round ball with a flat face. It is massive in appearance and set at mid-heighth and close to the shoulders. The Fuzzy should not appear to have a neck. Ears are to hang straight down, carried close to the cheeks and extending 1/2 to 1 inch below the jaw. They are covered in regular fur. The adult wool should be very dense, but not felting or 'angora' type wool. Guard hairs must be well distributed throughout, making it a very easy care coat for a wooled rabbit. The wool is to feel full of life without being excessively soft or silky. There is a minimum length of 1-1/2 inches, with a 2 inch length being preferred.

 

GROUPS: AGOUTI--BROKEN--POINTED
WHITE--SELF--SHADED--WIDE BAND

SCHEDULE OF POINTS:

GENERAL TYPE.............................75
Body..........................30
Head..........................30
Ears..........................10
Feet & Legs................... 5
WOOL.....................................10
Density....................... 8
Texture....................... 5
Length........................ 2
COLOR & MARKINGS......................... 5
CONDITION................................ 5

TOTAL: 100