Angoras: A Dual Purpose Rabbit for the Homestead - Our French Angoras are the perfect example of a double duty animal. We use our angoras for compost and fiber for crocheting and for other yarn crafts.
No, this is not a teddy bear, but is a real pet. This fluffy super adorable creature is an Angora breed rabbit, from which comes the well-known namesake wool. This domesticated rabbits are kept as pets but also for the long, soft hair coat.
For most of the animals on this list, their long hair or fur evolved as a way to cope with the cold. Others were bred to have long hair, and some of these are not even capable of surviving on their own in the wild because of it like the Angora rabbit.