Facts about Cinnamon Rabbits. The Cinnamon Rabbit is a domestic rabbit breed, which was developed during 1962. The russet color fur of the Cinnamon Rabbit breed characterizes it, offering the rabbit its name. The friendly nature of the rabbit makes it perfect for pet owners. However, the Cinnamon Rabbit is fairly a new breed that makes it rather rare to find. Cinnamon Rabbit breeds are inclined to be developed chiefly for four things, such as fur and meat. As they can also be used as a pet and a show rabbit, the Cinnamon Rabbit breed is referred to as the all-purpose rabbit.
"Scientific name for Cinnamon Rabbit is Oryctolagus cuniculus". "Fear of Rabbits Leporiphobia". All rabbit breeds are "lagomorphs" various plant-eating mammal of the order Lagomorpha ; a hare, rabbit, or pika.
Feature of Cinnamon Rabbit
The Cinnamon Rabbit is an average body length rabbit and its hips are deeper and broader than its shoulders. An adult Cinnamon Rabbit has a maximum body weight that ranges from 8.5 lbs to 11 lbs (3.9 kg to 5 kg.) The Cinnamon Rabbit is extremely outstanding in look, with the ground or rust cinnamon coloring and a consistent gray ticking across its back. The Cinnamon Rabbit breed has a misty grey coloring on the sides of its body and a dark colored underbelly, with an orange under-color finished. The Cinnamon Rabbit has different rust-colored marks inside its back legs, and these marks habitually appear on its face and feet. The back legs, the face, and the feet of the Cinnamon Rabbit breed are inclined to be usually darker than the remaining parts of the body. It has butterfly effect spots on the nose and small circles by each eye. The head of the Cinnamon Rabbit breed is proportional to its body, and it has vertical ears.
Cinnamon Rabbit breeds have turned out to be a popular breed in competitive showing. Some skilled rabbit breeders take pleasure in the challenge of breeding the Cinnamon Rabbit breed because getting them is hard. However, the Cinnamon Rabbit is also suitable for the amateur shower who is not concerned with breeding. The rabbit itself is an immense sample show breed for it is a commercially developed rabbit with fine musculature and size.
Diet of Cinnamon Rabbit
Rabbits as pets enjoy wet food, carrots, fresh vegetables, hay or lettuce, dark leaf lettuce is good. (Iceberg lettuce contains too much water and too little fiber to be suitable.) Limit giving them fruit with sugar in it. Alfalfa provides the high caloric content necessary for baby bunnies development. Once rabbits reach seven months of age, gradually switch them over to timothy hay, oat hay, or orchard grass. Avoid giving them yard clippings, since grass is often sprayed with fertilizer, insecticides, pesticides, and other chemicals rabbits should not be eating. Their diet should consist of 70% of timothy hay and make sure they have fresh water every day.
Cinnamon Rabbits have an outstanding sense of vision, smell and hearing. Having eyes on the side of their head and being so big, gives them nearly 360 degrees vision, allowing them to see predators from all directions. The Cinnamon Rabbit can see everything behind and in front of them and have just a small blind-spot in front of their nose.
The male Cinnamon Rabbit is called a buck and a female Cinnamon Rabbit is called a doe, also both known as a bunny. A young rabbit is called a kit "kitten" or baby bunny.
Cinnamon Rabbits have long ears which can be as long as 4 in" (10.2 cm)or longer. Cinnamon Rabbits are herbivores (a herbivore, eats leaves, grass, hay and furns (plant eaters) and also mammal.
Behavior of Cinnamon Rabbit
The Cinnamon Rabbit is extremely adapted to use as a pet, and it is huge enough for youth who would like and can also manage a bigger sized rabbit devoid of being one that is excessively giant-sized to manage. The Cinnamon Rabbit breed is an enduring breed, and it is careless, quite calm, well disposed, and takes pleasure in the attention. The coat of the Cinnamon Rabbit is small and easy to maintain. Therefore, weekly grooming by means of a slicker brush will be sufficient for the majority parts of the year. However, it needs grooming twice in a week at the time of the shedding season. Similar to other rabbit breeds, the Cinnamon Rabbit breed will gain from a well-balanced diet, needs plenty of room to exercise, a variety of toys to chew on, and it prefers to spend ample time with its owner.
Cinnamon Rabbits are born without fur and its eyes are closed and their eyes will open after 7 to 14 days of their birth.. Half of the rabbits in the world live in North America. Cinnamon Rabbits are comfortable living in groups. European rabbits like to live in burrows underground. Warren is known as a group of burrows. Cottontail Rabbits are the only rabbit that does not live under ground.
Pet Cinnamon Rabbits should be kept in pairs for Companionship, its important for a rabbits happiness and it can live longer with a companion. In the wild, Cinnamon Rabbits are very social. Female Cinnamon Rabbits can produce about 2 to 4 litters of bunnies per year with 4 to 6 babies.
Rabbits love to run and can reach speeds of 30 to 40 mph. The average lifespan of a rabbit is around 5 to 8 years and in captivity can live up to 10 years. Cinnamon Rabbits have 28 teeth and an incredible fact, a Cinnamon Rabbits teeth never stop growing throughout its life.
Cinnamon Rabbits can jump up to 36 inches (91.4 cm) and sometimes higher.
Cinnamon Rabbits are very clean animals and will groom themselves and also each other. Cinnamon Rabbits are crepuscular-(meaning the are most active at morning and evening) and do most of there feeding in the evening. Cinnamon Rabbits on average sleep about 8 hours.
For bedding, give Cinnamon Rabbits wood pellets or aspen. You can use pelleted horse bedding. Do not give them pine or cedar. Clean the cage with either white vinegar or a cage safe cleaner; don’t use bathroom cleaner or other things that are toxic for the pet cage.
De-worming is a major concern and should be done in the spring and fall. A pea sized amount of de-worming paste in the rabbit's mouth is sufficient for the Cinnamon Rabbit.