If you’re showing your American Chinchilla rabbit in a show then you will need to make sure you understand the showing process and what is expected of you and your rabbit. You may want to get in touch with the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) to find out exactly what to do at a show. Rabbit shows typically feature 1,000 to 2,000 rabbits. In order to judge fairly, the rabbits are divided into smaller groups. The best are picked from each of the small groups and then put up to compete against one another. First, the rabbits are divided up by breed. The rabbits are again divided by coloring or color pattern. If you’re not sure on your rabbit’s exact color class, ask your reputed Livonia MI vet clinic. Colors are then divided by age and sex. It’s important to know this order as judges may or may not announce the next class.