I immediately thought of the Lionhead. This is a small dwarf breed of rabbit. I bred very pet quality versions of them years ago. I had a strain of large breed lionheads that I thought were just wonderful. :) But they really are meant to be a small fancy breed. As I got more into rescue I recognized the danger of these bunnies as I got some in that were in just horrible condition from mats. A couple of them had mats so bad their skin had ripped from the pressure. I decided breeding them was a horrible idea and I still strongly recommend that no "PET QUALITY" breeder get into them. I know a gal who breeds very nice show quality lionheads... and they are very pretty rabbits! Check out the breed club.
Then I thought of the Lilac. This is an rare rabbit that comes in the lilac colour. I tried to get into them, but trying to figure out transport from breeders down south was way more work (or money) than I wanted to put into them. You have to check out this beautiful breed at the Breed Club. They are a dual-purpose, medium sized breed. They have a beautiful dove grey coat.
- Liptov Baldspotted rabbit is a rabbit from Slovaki. Recognized in 2005, this rabbit sports a blaze pattern on it's head and comes in agouti, blue-agouti, and black. An erect eared rabbit that weighs 8-9 lbs.
- Then we get the Lynx rabbit, also known as the Lux or the Luchskaninchen. This is a medium sized rabbit from Germany weighs 5-7 lbs. Created in 1922 this erect ear comes in light grey, reddish-brown, a blue.