Brief introduction of jinjila rabbit

       There are several subspecies of chinchilla rabbit, such as standard chinchilla rabbit, giant chinchilla rabbit, and so on. The size of different subspecies is very different. Some websites use pictures of chinchilla instead of chinchilla rabbit, which gives people an illusion. In fact, there is a big difference between chinchilla and chinchilla.

       Chinese scientific name: jinjila rabbit

       Chinese alias: scroll rabbit

       English Name: Standard chinchilla

       Kingdom: Animal Kingdom

       Phylum: Chordata

       Class: mammalia

       Order: Lagomorpha

       Family: rabbit family

       Genus: Rabbit

       Species: jinjila rabbit

       Habits: gentle and obedient, know how to recognize people, understanding and close to people, but also strong self-esteem.

       Weight: 5 ~ 7.5kg;

       Reproduction mode: viviparous;

       Feeding habits: herbivorous;

       Certification Association: American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA).

       Body shape features: the standard chinchilla rabbit has a short body, a flat head, vertical ears and a length of no more than 12cm. The standard chinchilla rabbit is named after its fur is very similar to chinchilla lanigera, a rare South American animal. The base of the hair is dark gray blue, the middle part gradually becomes light gray, and the tip of the hair is black. When the wind blows, it presents a beautiful vortex, so it is also known as “scroll rabbit”.

What about jinjila’s estrus

       When a cat matures physically, it will appear the symptoms of oestrus, which means that the cat has begun to have the ability to reproduce. However, jinjila is advised not to mate for the first time because although it has reached physiological maturity, its physical development is not mature. The initial age of jinjila’s oestrus is from June to August. Of course, there are some exceptions.

       1. What should be noted here is that if the owner is a sterilizer, then the cat should be sterilized in time after the first estrus. If the parents support cat mating and breeding, then the normal mating should start from the second estrus of the cat, and it is necessary to select a suitable mate for the pet cat in advance, and let them get along with each other during the estrus, so that they can mate normally and smoothly.

       2. Jinjila cat’s behavior, living habits and personality will change greatly during the estrus. Jill, for example, loves to poop around. In this way, they leave their scent in a wider area so that other cats of the opposite sex can find themselves. At the same time, oestrus jinjila cats also like to bark, like to sneak out of the door, find their own mate and then mate.

       3. Therefore, during the estrus season of jinjila cat, parents should strengthen the management of cat behavior and control of life. On the premise of ensuring comfortable and ventilated living environment, parents should keep an eye on the doors and windows to prevent cats from sneaking out. At the same time, it is necessary to prepare more nutritious and palatable food for the jinjila cat in oestrus, and prepare sufficient fresh drinking water to meet the food demand of jinjila cat in oestrus, so that it can pass the estrus period smoothly.

Cause analysis of jinjila’s overeating

       The intelligent and understanding jinjila has always been one of the most popular noble cats. Because of its identity and beautiful appearance, it is deeply loved by Chinese people. Therefore, the price of jinjila in China’s pet market is relatively expensive. However, it does not affect the people who love them to buy and raise them. Some owners find that they tend to overeat when they are raising jinjila. It’s good to eat and drink, but it’s not good for the cat’s physical and mental health all the time. So what’s the reason for jinjila’s overeating?

       1. What are the causes of jinjila’s overeating

       1. If you have kittens, you can understand that they eat a lot. After all, they are growing up. Drinking too much water may be due to the salty food.

       3. Pregnant jinjila has special food and drink.

       2. As the saying goes, “greedy cat” refers to the cat, and now many people will use this word to describe people. Cats are greedy and curious about everything. They like to smell and taste.

       3. Symptoms of disease. Cats with diabetes, like people, will have more than three more and less, drink more, urinate more, eat more and lose weight.

       4. When the cat is hungry for a long time, he suddenly sees the food and eats it up. If he eats too much, his mouth will dry and his water will drink more.

       How to solve the problem of overeating in jinjila

       1. First of all, it is necessary to determine what causes the disease. If it is caused by disease factors, it must be taken to the pet hospital for treatment by professional doctors.

       2. If it is a pregnant cat, we should pay attention to the reasonable combination of food materials, because the pregnant cats have high nutritional requirements.

       3. Don’t let the cat be hungry for a long time. If you don’t have time to take care of the cat, you can leave it at the house of friends and relatives, or leave it in the pet shop for help.

       4. If the kitten is a kitten, it is also necessary to control jinjila’s food intake. It is necessary to eat less and more meals. The feeding principle should be fixed-point, regular and quantitative. The food Fed should not be too salty, and the snacks should be few. It is better not to eat. Over time, cats will get used to such eating habits.

Cage selection of chinchilla rabbit

       The most important part of choosing a cage for Chinchilla rabbits is to choose a closed floor. The bottom plate is directly in contact with the bottom of the rabbit’s foot. The sole of the rabbit’s foot has only hair, and there is no foot pad like that of a cat or a dog. Therefore, an unreasonable pad will cause jinjila rabbit (details) to suffer from foot dermatitis.

       1¡¢ How about the bamboo mat?

       There are some special bamboo cages sold on the Internet. Compared with the metal bottom net, the bamboo cage bottom plate is safer and easier to brush. However, the bamboo cage bottom plate is not suitable for pet rabbits. The main reason is that the fiber on the bamboo pole is hard and sharp, so it is easy to be bitten by jinjila rabbit and hurt its oral cavity. So keep pet jinjila rabbit or try not to choose bamboo floor.

       2¡¢ Is wood plate OK?

       What about the wooden cage floor? Professional pet rabbit cages generally have matching wooden cage floor, while the surface of professional wooden cage floor is mechanically polished without prominent wood thorns. The natural wood material can be chewed by jinjila rabbit and will not cause harm to the body of jinjila rabbit.

       3¡¢ The best choice is plastic

       The bottom plate of plastic cage is more expensive among the bottom plates. Most of the high-grade rabbit cages are equipped with the bottom plate of plastic cage. The plastic used for the bottom plate of the cage is thick resin plastic, which is very comfortable for jinjila rabbit to step on. The crisscross design can disperse the pressure and will not collapse like the metal bottom net.

Introduction of standard chinchilla rabbit

       Many people have heard of jinjila cat, but they don’t know there are jinjila rabbits. Today, I’d like to share with you some simple information about this kind of rabbit.

       Chinese name standard jinjila rabbit

       Common name alias scroll rabbit

       Standard chinchilla


       Mode of reproduction viviparous

       He is gentle and obedient, knows how to recognize people, understands people and is close to people, but has strong self-esteem.

       Body shape: weight: 5-7.5kg, short body, flat head, vertical ears and no more than 12cm in length. The standard chinchilla rabbit is named after its fur is very similar to chinchilla lanigera, a rare South American animal. The base of the hair is dark gray blue, the middle part gradually becomes light gray, and the tip of the hair is black. When the wind blows, it presents a beautiful vortex, so it is also known as “scroll rabbit”.


       American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA)