Ida the English Angora rabbit is pretty much the cutest thing we’ve ever seen. Well, her and her mounds and mounds of candy floss-like fur.

Ida is part of a collection of Angora rabbits who belong to Betty Chu, a retired professor at San Jose State University – she tours around the country with the bundles of fluff for shows as part of the Northern California Angora Guild. Amazing.

These amazing bunnies can grow up to 10 inches of fur, which is significantly more than the one inch on your standard pet rabbit at home.

Ida the Angora rabbit
Angora Rabbits originate from Turkey and were popular pets for royalty in eighteenth century France (Picture: Betty Chu)

Betty prepares her prize bunnies for show with a special pampering process that includes blow-drying the fur for volume.

As the rabbits grow an inch of hair a month, Betty regularly sheers them, using the excess wool to make scarfs, hats and gloves that she then sells on etsy…. see more

 

source: metro UK