The coat is short, dense and very shiny. It has a lighter color (fire, orange-rusty) on the belly, chest, inside the legs, feet, inside the ears, muzzles, around the eyes and neck, forming a collar. The other parts, such as the back and face, are darker (black, blue, chocolate or lilac). Genetically, the colors blue (blue) and lilac (lilac) are “dilutions” of black and chocolate, respectively, and are given these names because of the similarity to the colors in question.
Because they have short coats, they do not require very intense care, one brushing a week is enough to keep the coat healthy. However, during shedding seasons, it is necessary to increase the weekly frequency to at least twice. They are very active animals, so the ideal is that the environment has enough space for them to explore and exercise and toys (suitable for rabbits) to interact - environmental enrichment. The tutor should also pay attention to his pet daily, not only to spend energy, but to strengthen the affective bond. The other care is the same for every rabbit, and the ideal when acquiring one as a pet is to carry out an orientation consultation with a veterinarian specialist in unconventional pets (wild and exotic) to obtain information on how to breed. it properly and how to provide a good quality of life.