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I recently adopted a ten month old mini-rex bunny from the Humane Society. Adopting him has been the best decision I have ever made! His name is Crackers.
The other day I noticed that he had some dry patches on the inside of his ear. I looked up 'earmites' and it doesn't look anything that extreme, but I'm still kind of worried. Tip: do not ever google 'earmites' if you haven't already.
Here is a picture of his ear (it's actually on both ears like this) and two of him being cute. And a video of him doing binkies. He doesn't do them that often - he's more of a spaz and kind of jumpy.
MY BUNNY VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tA8uv5VYDCA&feature=plcp
Thanks everyone, I am enjoying looking at all of your cute bunny friends on here!