Here at AceHops we get very acquainted with our Juniors. They are not pre-sold and we do not ship them off when they are just barely weaned. We observe them and love them and patiently spend countless hours with them. By doing so we get to observe every little change. It has been kind of amusing because in our first litter, it was a very gradual transition from babies into juniors. Then we dealt with Lucys litter that stayed like babies forever, we felt like they would never molt and transition. Then with our sweet Maeve, she never seemed to have an ulgy day or even molt, she was just one day a beautiful junior. This poor rabbit though is the extreme example of going through the uglies and what a molt can look like. This cute tiny chubby little tort first started to become fluffy. Then her fur got lighter and lighter. The fluff was so annoying that I gently plucked it away from her face... making her look even sillier. Then a nice patch by her shoulders has started to grow in with her real coat, while the rest just looks well... undesirable. I bring her in and suprise Kait and say "Hi Mommy,, why don't you love me." She cringes when she sees her right now. I like to spend time with them brushing them to help get some of the hair out. This helps prevent any hair blockage and for sure helps them get through this age quicker. I guess in times like this it's best to have a sense of humor. I will have to post a pic after this little one has molted completely.
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