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    Default 2 very moulty bunnies!

    Jake and Fern are hopefully coming towards the end of their moult now, it's been very heavy this summer!

    Fern can't believe all this fur came from her groom this morning

    They love the wooden box and Fern always sticks her nose out the window before coming out to see if it's worth it (basically if I'm bringing food or not!) Jake is harder to take photos of cos he's always too interested in the camera so is right up against it unless he's eating

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    thats Joeys approach, why bother running out to greet the caretaker if she only has food half the time - far better to assess aloofly from a distance. My 3 are crazy moulting at the mo too

    Lovely photos

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    lovely photos

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    They are so cute
    I love Ferns face through the heartshaped window
    That is a lot of fur! Walli has never moulted, maybe beacause he is part Angora.

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    Lopsy's just started again XD Chibbs never stops, she's moult-line-y all year That's a lot of Fern fluff! And I agree, no point in moving if you don't need to
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    Thank you Yeah I think it's pretty smart to stay put Jake rushes out each time but is then disappointed as the first time I go in is to open their window wider first thing after it's been locked open overnight so they always get fresh air, then again I close it if it's going to get chilly before their tea and Fern knows I don't bring food whereas Jake rushes at me each time there's never been this much fluff, but I don't think it's fern as a lot of it is grey Jake fur must be something about his summer! Bigwig used to moult all year, but without moult lines/a skirt, more like a cat/dog if that makes sense?? I used to think it was because she'd never been outside whereas all my other buns started off outdoors at some point in their lives.

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    Aoife is having a huge moult and 5.2kg of Rabbit has a lot of fur


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    My two are moulting as well. It seems like one finishes and then the other begins!

    Rodney has a tufty skirt at the moment and Blossom has got the start of lines on her face.

    Its amazing how much seems to come off them!

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    It's a moulty time of year

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    Tulip is a proper scruff bun rn
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