Rabbit Pictures

If you love rabbits, you probably love looking at great rabbit pictures. We do.

TheFarm-silly-bunny-eeyore1.jpgEeyore, the celebrity rabbit from The Farm at Fort Mill, in SC.

So, we have compiled some great rabbit picture albums!

On this page you'll find links to photo albums by Raising-Rabbits, plus stories and pictures of rabbits from our friends and visitors.

Lastly, we've collected the cutest and most special rabbit pictures from around the internet that we could find (as long as we could obtain the permissions to post here).

Here are our rabbit photo albums and pictures - enjoy! 



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Picture Albums of Rabbits

Young broken otter Rex rabbit at Aurora Rex Rabbit Ranch


Delightful pictures of rabbits at Aurora Rex Rabbit Ranch

These were professionally taken by Double Click Productions (Sequim, WA).



Rabbit Pictures - this is a winning show rabbit at Aurora Rex Rabbit Ranch


Show Rabbit Photos - Taken at an actual rabbit show in Washington State.

If you're new to rabbit shows, this pictorial glimpse will help you get a feel for how rabbit shows work.



Aww... Valentine Rabbit Pictures!

Affectionate bunnies kissing on Valentine's Day.


Our Valentine Bunny Photo Album pictures many of the featured rabbitries on Raising-Rabbits, and more! See photos of romantic bunnies, from the first shy date to bunnies on their honeymoon. Enjoy the photos and the accompanying dialogue!


A Day at the Races (from our friends at What the Fluffle)


Rabbit Breed Images

Raising-Rabbits has LOTS of photos of the various domestic rabbit breeds! They are not on this page, but a simple click will take you to the following pages with the photos:

The All Rabbit Breeds page contains brief descriptions of all rabbit breeds recognized by the American Rabbit Breeder Association, along with photos of nearly every breed.

Visit the ARBA Breeds page for even more photos of recognized rabbit breeds. Click here if you want to see photos of a beloved breed.

The Rabbit Breed page connects you to the catalog of rabbit breeds, both national and international, linking you to more description and photos. 

Storey's Pocket Guide to 49 Rabbit Breeds

If you're interested in a beautifully presented simple list of all breeds along with just a few bullet-points about each breed, then we really love this  book: Storey's Pocket Guide to 49 Rabbit Breeds.


A Collection of Rabbit Pictures for You to Enjoy! 

If you're looking for rabbit photos, you've come to the right place! Here is a fun assortment of photos that we hope you'll enjoy! They're of different breeds and colors, different ages, some wild and others are pets... (Click on the pics to see them full size!)

Above Left: This lovely gray rabbit is comfortably nestled in straw. The coloration is known as "blue martin."

Above Right: Four colony-raised mixed-breed best-buddy-bunnies hanging out together as they clean up their spilled breakfast pellets.


A study in contrast: Domestic vs. Wild...
Below Left: This well-loved silvered mixed breed bunny is a domestic pet living the good life! 

Below Right: The brown rabbit is a full-grown Columbian River Basin Pigmy Rabbit, a wild rabbit that is indigenous to Washington State. Their population was approaching the point of extinction, however, the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife and the US Fish & Wildlife Service are now working together to wild-breed these animals, monitor their health, and boost survival rates. Hopefully they will have as much success as the wild condor project had!


Oh the varieties of shapes and colors amongst the various domestic rabbits!

Top Left Above: Small Czech Frosty, recently accepted as an official breed in the ARBA
Middle Left Above: Darling Vienna-marked orange Lionhead rabbit, a charming pet.
Bottom Left Above: "Talk to me - I'm all ears!" says this broken chinchilla-colored (gray) Dutch rabbit.

Top Right Above: Mixed breed pet rabbit.
Middle Right Above: This black and white Dutch rabbit won't win on a show table, but I'm sure his people love him!
Bottom Right Above: This beautiful spotted rabbit of uncertain lineage is known as a "tri" - because it has three colors: Black, orange, and white.


Above Left: Is he crying? Or praying? Actually, this darling little Holland Lop bunny is just washing his face!
Above Right: Two mixed breed rabbits with "opal" coloration enjoying a wonderful bunny salad provided by their peeps.


Amazingly, ALL the variety of colors, sizes, and shapes were developed over time through a combination of mutations and selective breeding of wild European rabbits looking much like these New World wild cottontail rabbits, at least in coloration.

Above: An assortment of breeds of wild rabbits. All have the wild black/brown agouti coloration.

Bottom Right Above: There are STILL wild genetics deeply hidden within domestic rabbits! This broken orange bunny looks every bit like his wild cousins as he rises up to cautiously scope out the landscape!


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We hope that you've enjoyed these rabbit photos! In the form below we'd love to see some of your rabbit photos! They will appear on their own page (if they have a story with them), or we'll include them on this page!





Have a photogenic rabbit?

We'd love to see pictures of your rabbits, and while you're at it, why don't you tell us about them?

Are yours pet rabbits? Meat or show rabbits?
What kind of rabbit(s) do you have?
Do you raise any endangered breeds?
Do you participate in rabbit agility or other fun activities with your rabbits?

What Other Visitors Have Said

Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page...

Chappy and Cinnamon 
We added these two perfect little Holland Lop dwarf bunnies to our family last year around November. We got a white male (Chappy) and a white brown spotted …

My nosey californian mixed rabbit 
This is Stewey; he has to know what's going on all day. When company comes he pops up and wants his cage opened to look around. He is not pedigreed, just …

Cool Bunnies 
In Texas, we have three seasons: Summer, July & August. It is important to us to try to keep our rabbits cool, since they cannot control their environment …

My favorite Noodle 
My bunny is named Noodles. She is part Netherland Dwarf but her father was something else possibly Lionhead or Jamora, but I don't know because this is …

A wonderful surprise... 
Well, late November last year, I found four, warm, wiggling creatures in a bed of fur in the corner of my doe's hutch. I was so surprised by what I'd found, …

First Litter of Rabbits... 
I have recently purchased 2 English Spots, and a buck for meat rabbits. I'm so excited to be starting in this venture, and the learning it entails!! Your …

Who's ready for bunnies!? Not rated yet
I recently filmed my first litter of New Zealand Reds and it's gaining a bit of traction on youtube. I thought it’d be great for your blog! Check it out …

Louie - Always Remembered as my Best Friend Not rated yet
Louie was a mini lop rabbit who had a rough start to his life. He was taken to a shelter with 13 other rabbits, he and only 7 others survived. Most of …

Long Legs Not rated yet
My FIRST ever rabbit we got from a woman who needed to move. We had the bunny for two years. Her name was princess but we called her "Bunbun." She opened …

The First Litter! Not rated yet
Hi, I'm Layla. I joined my local 4-H club about a year and a half ago, and started raising rabbits. I raise French Lops and Mini Lops. For those of you …

My Bunny Rabbit Pictures and Stories Not rated yet
Bodhisattva (Bodhi for short) is a year old male mini-lop who loves to run laps around his room and binky all day long. The things he really loves are …

More rabbits, pictures and stories of pet rabbits Not rated yet
Squirl is Snowflake's sister and she is only 1mth old so we decided to take her outside while its not so hot out.. she is a sweet baby and she makes us …

Pet Bunny Pictures Not rated yet
I own a very fat brown rabbit. When you bring out the camera, he'll stop, look at and and won't move until he sees the flash! I don't know exactly what …

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