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Well, I'm still learning. Should've given her a cornstarch bath, I found out -
Anyway, she's got some bald spots. Again, if anyone knows really helpful tips on caring for Rex type fur, please pass them along! Frosty and I will be most grateful. I'm going to hunt for bunny brushes that I can't remember where I put when we moved - the ones I'm thinking of are soft and might gently get loose hair out and help fluff matted areas. Trying to rinse the pee off was a bad idea - the fur kinked up and matted. We're working on getting it back to normal.