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    poor boy has been moulting for a few weeks, he has a nice go faster stripe down his back, which he is putting to good use.
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    A very creative moult there Eddy


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    Quote Originally Posted by InspectorMorse View Post
    A very creative moult there Eddy
    Thank you - btw do you think he looks chubby? I've still not got him on the scales (not for want of trying)

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    Aww that's a lovely stripe Eddy boy, bet you'll feel much cooler when all that floof comes off I don't think he looks chubby J & B
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    that's reassuring pm. I find it hard as his fur is so thick & to me he feels muscly, I'm used to old & less toned bunnies. Plus he is a weird shape. He looks more like a mouse than Mouse did

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    that's reassuring pm. I find it hard as his fur is so thick & to me he feels muscly, I'm used to old & less toned bunnies. Plus he is a weird shape. He looks more like a mouse than Mouse did
    He's a very handsome lad, I think there's a real softy bun inside just waiting to come out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pets mum View Post
    He's a very handsome lad, I think there's a real softy bun inside just waiting to come out
    he's a softie on his own terms - he really loves groomies off us but he won't do as we ask, ever He's a right character

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    No he’s not chubby. He’s absolutely beautiful. Such poise and grace and an extremely sweet face. I could look at Eddy all day long.
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