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I have three lops now instead of two....

Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by crofty, Mar 30, 2011.


  1. crofty

    crofty PetForums VIP

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    ...its happened again... Joeys ears have properly lopped :shock: it happens everytime he starts to moult, twice a year for a few days...

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    He obviously wants to be like Teddy and Tinks :D
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    This is him normally...
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  2. Pets2luv.webs.com

    Pets2luv.webs.com PetForums VIP

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    Ahh bless him he just didn't want to be the odd one out lol!;)
    Your bunnies are gorgeous :)
     
  3. jaxb05

    jaxb05 PetForums VIP

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    He's clearly a slow developer lol - poor guy x
     
  4. helebelina

    helebelina PetForums Senior

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    Awww well can't blame him wanting to be like Teddy and Tinkerbell....they're both gorgeous! :D (as is Joey of course :p)
     
  5. dexter

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    Awwwww he's lovely. They all are x
     
  6. emzybabe

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    wow I'm amazed he looks like a completely different rabbit
     
  7. AmyCruick

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    Bless him! How bizzare that his ears droop when he moults, I agree with Emzy- he looks like a completely different rabbit!!
     
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