Angora rabbits are some of the cutest bunnies on earth in my opinion, but they do require a little extra care compared to some other breeds.
Feeding Angora Rabbits - Rabbits should be fed a diet of hay, and pellets. Roughly about 70% hay, 20% pellets and 10% veggies and greens. The hay is important to angoras because when they groom themselves they tend to swallow fur and unlike cats, they have no way of hacking up hairballs. The hay provides roughage to help them stay cleaned out and preventing a condition called wool block. Wool block is exactly what it sounds like, they get all blocked up with wool inside.
Heat- They have tons of fuzz!! Angora rabbits are more prone to heat related issues. We have air conditioning our rabbitry for this reason and run it on the hot days. While that is not absolutely necessary, make sure if you keep them outside they are in the shade, on really hot days you might consider bringing them in or freezing two liter bottles and putting them in their cages for them to lay against.
Grooming- Angora rabbits require regular grooming. The french angoras require less than the english angoras. French Angoras seem to do alright when brushed once or twice a week, where as I brush the English Angoras every day. Sometimes if I know I will be too busy to keep up, we just give them hair cuts and that frees up the grooming requirements as it grows back in.