Hi all, I recently took in a rabbit who was dumped at my local park (keeping her separate from my other rabbit for now, intending on bonding them eventually), and I’m sort of bewildered on what her breed and age are. Pictures are attached. Her coat is completely white and she has blue eyes. One of her ears is lopped, but the other is upright. She has small, dainty feet - contrasting with the thicker feet of my Holland lop. Her head shape reminds me a bit of that of a mini rex, though I could be wrong. I'm assuming she's some sort of mix, but I'd like to know more specifics for the sake of estimating a healthy weight, age, and such. My vet said she's about 6-8 months old based on her teeth, but I know that isn't exactly the most precise measure of age, plus unfortunately he doesn't really specialize in rabbits (having difficulty finding rabbit savvy vets near me). As such, I'd like to get a second opinion if you all have any idea. Would like to know so I know when to get her spayed, what her diet should be like based on age, etc. She's about 2.5 pounds, and has grown about 30-40% since I took her in about 4 weeks ago. However, I'm thinking she might have been malnourished when I first took her in because she was rather lanky and had relatively soft stool at first - I wonder if this could have had an impact on her growth. Her behavior is also wonderful - she is not spayed but of course I plan on getting her spayed once I get more clarity as to what her age is. Very social, very relaxed. No signs of territoriality yet, no grunting/honking, humping, circling, spraying, etc. This is a bit bewildering to me since my Holland lop (also female) displayed a lot of these behaviors when she was around this supposed age - 6 months - before I got her spayed. I'm thinking if that she actually is of age to get fixed, then shouldn't she be displaying some of these behaviors? Apologies that this was rather lengthy - thank you to anyone who has taken the time to read this. I'm happy to answer any questions that might help clarify things.