I have a small, 28 hutch rabbitry at my house focusing on Dwarf Hotots and Blanc de Hotots. I am a continuing member of the American Rabbit Breeder's Association and am an ARBA registered rabbitry (#D5056). My rabbits are for show purposes only, no pet sales. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Dwarf Hotots are a somewhat rare, small (3 lb.), docile breed that is pure white with a black, blue, or chocolate ring around the eye. They are known as the "Eye of the Fancy".
Blanc de Hotots are critically endangered globally and are a larger breed weighing 9-11 lbs. They have black eyebands and frosty white fur. There are less than 1000 left in the world.
My rabbitry meets and exceeds the Care Standards set by ARBA in accordance with the Animal Welfare Act (AWA). For a copy of our standard operating procedures, please email me.
I do not sell pet rabbits. Any retired show rabbits must be neutered before adoption ($200-250) and go home with a health certificate isssued by my veterinarian ($50). Your contact information must stay on file for 12 months. Be prepared for this expense if you are adopting a retired show rabbit.
I do NOT sell pet rabbits.
I have a long waiting list and rarely have any rabbits available at the time of contacting me. It it usually a minimum six month wait. I DO NOT sell rabbits in Orleans Parish. Rabbits may be arranged to be picked up at any show I attend outside of Orleans Parish. NO EXCEPTIONS.
I love to promote Dwarf Hotots and Blanc de Hotots and would be happy to provide more information about these lively, rare, inquisitive rabbits.
I attend ARBA sanctioned shows in the South East: Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Georgia, Texas, and Arkansas. I also occasionally attend shows in the Great Lakes region: Michigan, Indiana, and Illinois.
The American Rabbit Breeders Association
Cajun Hoppers Rabbit Club (President)
American Dwarf Hotot Rabbit Club
Eyes of the South Dwarf Hotot Rabbit Club
Ark-La-Tex Dwarf Hotot Rabbit Club (Louisiana Director)
Hotot Rabbit Breeders International
American Livestock Breeds Conservancy