Cashmere Lop


Is a Lop breed by show class. Medium in size. Long coated and mainly bred for pets.


Ring Size D


White hairs in solid colour.



Waviness in coat.

Weight over 2.38kg, adults under 1.92kg.











  • Type and Condition – Bold thickset and form. The body should be short, broad and well muscled with little visible neck. The well muscled rump is short and well rounded. The chest is broad and deep. The overall appearance giving a compact impression. The front legs are thick, short and straight. The hind legs are short, strong and powerful and carried parallel to the body. The tail is strong, straight and well furred.
  • Head, Ears and Crown – The head should be strong, bold, and broad, with well developed cheeks set well into the shoulders. The ears are broad, thick, well furred and rounded at the ends. They are carried close to the cheeks giving a horseshow like shape when viewed from the front. The inside of the ears should not be visible from any angle when carried correctly. The crown, which is the basal ridge of each ear, should be prominent across the top of the skull. The eyes should be bold and bright.
  • Coat – Fur is dense, the topcoat being longer and heavier than the undercoat with plenty of longer, stronger guard hairs. Approximately 3.81-5.08cm (1.1/2-2in) long and should not be woolly, matted or felted. The coat to hang down naturally. Evenness is more important than length.


Accepted Colours:

Refer to general colour descriptions with the exception of Broken.

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