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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-28-2006, 09:58 AM Thread Starter
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newbie question on ears

Ok I KNOW this is a silly question, but one that has me curious. As you guys know we got Cocoa a few weeks ago, well she is adjusting VERY well to our home and will come to me when I call her and allow me to pet her. Seems to be a VERY happy bunny! Well her ears are silly... one ear up, one will flop over... is this a normal thing? She is young, vet says about 2 months of age, and a girl Forgot to ask him about the ears now she can hold both up without an issue, especially if trying to find the source of a sound... but when playing and being spaz bunny, her left ear flops over while the other stands up... Looks really silly! But honesly think it just adds to her charm She has me so addicted to rabbits now it's not even funny! Had one as a kid, but had no clue what I was doing.... now... oh wow I have missed out of so many years of pure fuzzy love!!!
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-01-2006, 04:12 AM
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Cocoa is very cute, and her ears sound pretty normal! When we first got Clover (black mini Lop) he was the same (we were told he was a girl hence the name) one sticky up ear and one loppy ear! Apparently loppy bunnies are born with sticky up ears and they flop over later. Both ears lop now, but if something surprises him (like the planes flying over the garden) he can stand them almost straight up. The funniest thing is when he sticks one ear up and the other stays lopped - just can't help laughing at him

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