The American Fuzzy Lop resembles the Holland Lop with the exception of its wool. The American Fuzzy Lop weighs 3.5 - 4.0 pounds as an adult. They have a very compact body, that appears very muscular. They come in most of the recognized ARBA colors. The ears of the American Fuzzy Lop do not stand erect, but rather lop along the side of the face. They have a short and flat muzzle similar to that of a bulldog.
American Fuzzy Lops are shown in two classes based on their color pattern. They come in a variety of colors. They are shown at ARBA shows in "solid" and "broken" varieties (all white being a solid).
American Fuzzy Lops are an active, playful, social breed with lots of personality. They enjoy the attention of their owner, as well as the companionship of other rabbits. AFL's do enjoy having toys such as a plastic ball, pine cone, piece of soft wood, stuffed sock, or an old glove. The American Fuzzy Lop is the combination of a French Angora and the Holland Lop. They are very fuzzy, as their name indicates, and make excellent pets. -----------------------------From "Wikipedia," the free encyclopedia