Angora rabbits are special. They are beautiful animals and are generally mild natured, have super soft woollen coats and they are ever so adorable when they are babies. It is just as well that they continue to be adorable into adulthood, as they can live to the age of 10!  Angora rabbits are fun, well domesticated, and, although care is time consuming, a pleasure to look after. Separation of youngsters from their mother and brothers and sisters can be stressful. Usually the mother is taken away when the babies are 8 to 9 weeks old, and the babies left for a week in the hutch they were born in. Then they are separated into individual hutches. Some like to introduce a toy into their cage for comfort, and some rabbits also play with it.