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Last Post by BB at 9/28/2006 1:38 PM (2 Replies)
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User is Offline purplegem1985
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9/26/2006 2:45 AM

Just wondering do bunny's fur change colour?

Milo was born on 11 June 2006 and we had him out over the weekend and he looks as if he's had a stylish hair cut..

all the fur on his back is a different shade to the rest of his fur and it seems to becoming mre and more every day. it looks as if he's been shaved if you know what i mean?

Just wondering if they change thier fur and what not?

User is Offline Ester Yeh
Houston, TX
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9/26/2006 4:58 AM
I know that when I use to have a black bunny, he would start getting lighter...brownish in spots

kind of like how my black hair gets lighter in the sun...

it looked kind of like the last picture of pepper in the bunny personalities forum. (i think thats pepper)

I dont quite know what you mean tho when you say it looks like he's had a hair cut tho... =\

mb someone else can help u out with that one

User is Offline BB
San Francisco Bay Area
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9/28/2006 1:38 PM

Definitely can changes.  Some bunnies just have a mild change or just a change where the line between the old and new fur is, but others can do some drastic changes.   Like from Black to a reddish brown, or gray to a more brown, or light gray to dark gray.

This can happen many times throughout their life.

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