I have New Zealand White crossed with Standard Black Otter Rex rabbits for sale periodically. These rabbits may grow quite large (3-4.5kg) and will need a lot of space. The babies all have normal fur and are either brown with pale underbellies or black otter coloured.
Contrary to popular belief, rabbits are not cheap nor easy pets. I would only recommend experienced pet owners take on a rabbit. Rabbits are highly social prey animals and should ideally be kept as two or more to help them feel safe.
They need annual vaccinations against myxomatosis and rabbit haemorrhagic disease strains 1 AND 2 in the UK to keep them healthy. Does (females) that are not used for breeding should be spayed/neutered to prevent life-threatening uterine cancer, that is practically guaranteed if they live long enough. Both mom and dad are vaccinated against myxomatosis and both strains of RHD. These rabbits are very docile and will make wonderful and rewarding pets for experienced pet owners.
My rabbits are housed outdoors and eat a varied diet of long cut hay, fresh foraged meadow plants (eg: dandelions, clovers, plaintain, willow, grasses) and high fibre pellets.
I currently have a mixed litter that will be ready to go to new homes from the middle of October.