First off, for all the non-bunny people, an Otter is not an otter, like river otter or sea otter. An otter is a color variety of rabbit marked by tan fur around ears, eyes, jaw, chest, feet, and a triangle patch on the neck. The belly is cream. The rest of the body is a darker, solid color.
There are four Otter colors: Black, Chocolate, Blue (the dilute of Black), and Lilac (the dilute of Chocolate).
This is a litter of otters born last Thanksgiving. The parents are Blue Otter (sire-Coffey's RA1) and Black Otter (dam-Coffey's OS2). Left to right are two chocolates, a blue, and a lilac. This is at day 3.
Day 4, same line up.
Also on Thanksgiving, we had a single black otter born to two black otter parents (Coffey's US x Coffey's 8KF). This is at one week old.
At day 19. The lilac in the middle turned out to be a very full-of-himself false dwarf who will make a wonderful pet for someone. The black otter did not survive. I sold one of the chocolates, but the other two are still here. The blue is a doe that holds a great deal of promise as a brooder.
Here they are now:
"Hickory", chocolate otter buck
"Mia", blue otter doe