Havana Rabbit From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Havana is a breed of rabbit that began in the Netherlands in 1898.
Several breeds have arisen from the Havana, including the Feh de Marbourg, Perlefee and Gris Perle de Hal.
Havanas are brown, blue, lilac or black, broken and weigh between 4.5 pounds (2.0 kg) and 6.5 pounds (2.9 kg).
Havanas are recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) in five color types: chocolate, blue, black, broken, and lilac.
Their average weight is between 4.5 pounds (2.0 kg) and 6.5 pounds (2.9 kg).
Havanas are a compact breed.
Excess white fur is a disqualification.
Havanas are very good with children and make great first pets. Satin fur was a genetic mutation that was found first in a litter of Havanas.