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Swiffer (lionhead bunny)

This is my Swiffer sweeper!!! My little baby lion head bunny!


(he's squinting because of the sun in his face)

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Second thread today with an adorable fluff ball bunny! Don't make me want one...
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You know you need a cute little self-powered broom!! ^_^ <3

Lionheads are smaller than angoras, notorious for just a mane around the head and sometimes a "dust ruffle" of wool around the hindquarters.

7wks old


unhappy bunny wouldn't clean his own behind, so he had to get a bath... He SQUEALED when Mike accidentally got water in his ear.


10 wks


he secretly enjoys the torture


Swiffer 'hawk!

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It's so fluffy I'm gonna die!
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he's adorable!! i've always wanted a lionhead, but my regular short-haired bunnies manage to get messy enough with all that extra fur involved, haha.
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oh my god.
There's a better bum bath for messy bottoms where you don't wash the whole bunny (which can lead to sniffles) but yea he's still *dies* That first pic of him in the sun reminds me of pics of Tibetan Mastiffs !! Google it, because I don't want to troll your thread.

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oh my goodness! aren't we just adorabables!?

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he's adorable!! i've always wanted a lionhead, but my regular short-haired bunnies manage to get messy enough with all that extra fur involved, haha.
He doesn't shed anywhere near as much as my Polish or my New Zealands!! Of all of the breeds I've had, English lops and Dutch are the worst shedders!!!

I love T Mastiffs! I wish I had the room and money for one!

Sniffles comes on if they're not dried properly, he's trained to be blown dry

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"trained" to be blown dry?!? lol okay! Whatever floats his fancy! hahahaa

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it actually gets the wool completely dry, so he doesn't get cold.

Here's the rest of my herd:
Caerbannog (he's a rescue, his ears were full of mites when we brought him home)


my son's rabbit, Artemis


and my fiance's little sweetheart, Nemesis

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