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I've got angoras too and often add a pinch of rolled oats and a few black sunflower seeds to their pellets at night to help boost the protein for their fibre growth. Also I've discovered from other angora owners and breeders that 1/8 of a cup of pellets is not enough, I know my two get roughly 2/3 of a cup of pellets a day and they're both not fat