Satin Rabbit Breeders

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Alexis Tracy
Wasilla, Alaska
Aura Rose Bunny Farm


Golden Valley, Arizona
Good’s Rabbitry

Danielle Button
Wikieup, Arizona
Burro Creek


Tammy Webb
Mammoth springs, Arkansas
Wedgewood Bunnies

Kacie Dean
Witter, Arkansas
Hearts Haven Heritage Farm & Rabbitry


Stephany Brundage
Ukiah, California
Lost Brundage Rabbitry

Wendy Santamaria
San Diego County/ Valley Center, California
Paradiso Rabbits


Blake and Brady Hopkins
LaSalle, Colorado
B & B Rabbitry

Terri Bosch
Rifle, Colorado
A.R.T. Rabbitry


Beth Lovoy
Altoona, Florida
Beth’s Bunnies

Don Bullard
Fort Myers, Florida
Rabbit your way.

South Dakota

Chauncey Driscoll
De Smet, South Dakota
Driscoll’s Siamese satins


Emily Barbe
Saint Maries, Idaho
Peace Mountain Farm

CrookedPine Ranch
Saint Maries, Idaho
CrookedPine Rabbitry


Ivana Green
Mansfield, Illinois
Country Lops


Rolling Prairie, IN
D & D Rabbitry

Matthew Lewis
South Bend, Indiana
HL Rabbitry

Mike Novinger
St. Joe, Indiana
Area 51 Rabbit Ranch

Annette Baker
West Terre Haute, Indiana
Kiddin Around Rabbitry


Chantel Woerner
Marshalltown, Iowa
Stone Fox Stock Farm


Amanda Jacquneaux
Arnaudville, LA
Rabbit Shack


Daniel Feiner
Falmouth, Maine
West Falmouth Rabbitry


Cory Little
Hampstead, Maryland
Crestview Rabbitry


Barbara Garlich
Kimberling City, Missouri
Tablerock Lake Rabbitry

Rowena Wallace
Rolla, Missouri
Buckeye Creek Rabbitry

Sharlene Risinger
Spokane, MO
Risinger’s Rabbits


Patrick O’Brien
Great Falls, Montana
High Plains Rabbitry


Megan Butler-Benke
Reno, Nevada
Desert Rose Rabbits

Mark & Debbie Aird
Virginia City Highland Ranches, Nevada
Comstock Rabbitry

New York

Dennis Day
Cairo, New York
Crescent Valley Rabbitry

Dorothea Prine
Piffard, New York
Story Book Cottage Rabbitry


Jalen King
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
King’s Rabbitry

Dean Barrick
East Rochester, Ohio
C & J Rabbitry

Barby Sloan
Lima, Ohio
3B Rabbitry

Carl Barrick
Minerva , Ohio
C & J Rabbitry

Alless O’Malley
Trumbull County, Ohio
City Side Rabbitry

Chuck Lewis
Xenia, Ohio
Lewis Rabbitry


Ashley Guyette
Bend, Oregon
Lil’ Buns Rabbitry

Naomi Trent
Corvallis, Oregon
Hidden Paradise Rabbitry
37146 Belden Creek Rd. Corvallis, Oregon, 97330

Jennifer Brown
Redmond, Oregon
JuniBerry Rabbitry


Kim Farris
Byron, Michigan
Avery’s Acres Rabbitry


Emery Johannes
Becker, Minnesota


Cassie Marvin
Niholson, Pennsylvania
White Willow Rabbirty

Denise & Dan Sehlmeyer
Warren Center, Pennsylvania
Gods Country Acre Farm

Dayla Jones
Waymart, Pennsylvania
Daylight Rabbitry


Lazy H Rabbitry
Dandridge, Tennessee
The Lazy H Rabbitry


Adrian Dawkins
Fort Worth, Texas
Meat and Pet Nursery

Angela Arthur
Ralls, Texas
Arthur Family Rabbitry

JoAnn Wilabay
Satin Rabbit Den


Nina Cipriani
Abingdon, Virginia
Rattle Creek Farm

Jacob Gray
Warsaw, Virginia
Cedar Hill Rabbitry


Dana Henry
Deer Park, Washington
Veiled Eyes Rabbitry


Erica Humbert
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Crane Rabbits

Emily Baeseman
Endeavor, Wisconsin
Rusty B Rabbitry

Christine Mittnacht
Manitowoc, WI
Mittnacht Rabbitry


Cassie Reesman
Elkhorn, Wyoming
Cassie and Lauren’s Rabbitry

Megan Leitner
Monroe, Wisconsin
Leitner Rabbitry

Abra Karhan
Saint Stephens, Wyoming
Desert Sage Rabbitry #D892

Breed Information

The Satin rabbit breed is one of the most popular rabbit breeds kept as pets and shown at rabbit shows. Known for their plush, soft fur, Satin rabbits have a distinctive, glossy sheen to their coats that makes them stand out from other rabbit breeds. In this article, we’ll explore the history of the Satin rabbit, their appearance and characteristics, temperament, care requirements, and why they make great pets.


Satin rabbits originated in the United States in the 1930s. The exact story of how they came about is unclear, but it’s believed they were the result of crossbreeding Chinchilla rabbits with other breeds like Havanas and Siamese. This crossbreeding produced rabbits with a unique, satiny sheen to their fur, unlike the normal coat of other breeds. The first Satin rabbits were red in color, but breeders later established black, chocolate, blue, and copper varieties as well.

The National Satin Rabbit Club was formed in 1935 to promote and establish breeding standards for the new Satin breed. By the 1950s, Satins were being exported to other countries like the United Kingdom, becoming popular abroad. Today, they are one of the most well-known rabbit breeds worldwide.

Appearance & Characteristics

Satin rabbits have moderately sized, compact bodies weighing 7-9 lbs when fully grown. Their heads are rounded with full cheeks. The most distinctive feature is their luxuriously soft, satiny fur which has a luminous sheen. Each individual hair is coated in an extra layer of scales, refracting light and giving the coat its signature glossy appearance.

Satin rabbits come in a variety of color varieties recognized by rabbit registries, including black, blue, chocolate, copper, red (also called orange), white, broken, Siamese sable, and more. No matter the color, all Satins have that signature silky, satin-like sheen over the coat.

In show rabbits, judges look for Satins with a glossy, bright coat, evenly colored fur, a well-filled out body, and alert expression. Good conditioning to the fur is important. The undercoat should be thick and the guard hairs glossy. The ideal Satin show rabbit has a velvety sheen that almost appears wet.


Satin rabbits have delightful, friendly personalities that have helped make them so popular as pets. They tend to be calm, docile animals that enjoy being handled once accustomed to their owners. Satins are not usually skittish or aggressive and do not try to scratch or bite like some breeds.

While energetic at times, Satin rabbits are not overly hyper and are easier to handle than some other active rabbit breeds. They enjoy playing and exercising, but are also content to relax with their owners. Satins love attention and being petted due to their plush fur. Many owners comment that their Satin rabbit has an almost dog-like personality and enjoys following them around the house.

Care & Housing

Caring for a Satin rabbit is similar to other medium-sized rabbit breeds. They should be housed in a large, spacious rabbit cage or hutch with room to move around. Wire bottom cages should be avoided, with a solid floor preferred for foot comfort. Litters like aspen shavings, hay, or paper can be provided. Inside the hutch, provide rest areas, hideaways, and toys for mental stimulation.

Satins require at least 2-3 hours per day of exercise and playtime outside their hutches. This prevents boredom and obesity. Rabbit-proofed rooms or exercise pens work well for this supervised time. Be sure to rabbit-proof any areas, hiding electrical cords and removing toxins.

Their soft fur requires regular brushing to prevent tangles and keep the coat in optimal condition. Nails should be trimmed monthly. Satins are prone to excess weight, so feed a balanced diet of hay, veggies, and limited pellets. Fresh water should always be available. With proper care, Satins can live 7-10 years.

Why Satins Make Great Pets

There are many reasons why Satin rabbits are a great choice for a house rabbit pet:

  • Their mellow, friendly personalities make them ideal for children, families, and first-time rabbit owners. They bond closely with their owners.

  • The plush, velvety fur begs to be pet and is extra soft against the skin. Satins love being stroked.

  • They are calmer than some breeds and do not startle or bite easily.

  • Satins enjoy playing and have enough energy to keep them interesting, but a more manageable level than hyper breeds.

  • This medium-sized breed is a good fit for many homes. They don’t require as much space as larger breeds.

  • Their gorgeous satin coats make them beautiful to look at, almost like a living plush toy!

  • Well-socialized Satins enjoy learning tricks and interacting with their owners.

  • While grooming is required, their coats are fairly easy to care for.

If you’re searching for a friendly, content rabbit with a stunning appearance, it’s hard to go wrong choosing a Satin. Their adaptations for domestic life and affectionate personalities explain why the Satin remains one of the most beloved rabbit breeds. Whether kept as a house pet or show rabbit, the Satin is sure to hop its way into your heart!

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