Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Grooming


Today all four rabbits got brushed and had their glands cleaned. Amelia had the most fur removed, then Tyler, Sydney and Harriet brought up the rear in the shedding competition. Tyler visited Amelia in her space after he got brushed and finished up her ears, which I had, apparently, not done right at all.





All photos are Amelia and Tyler 04/05/2011




12 comments:

Glenna said...

So lovely to see--love the blissfully closed eyes.

Rabbits' Guy said...

A little to the left, now to the right a scosh .. ahhhhhhh

Lana said...

awwwhhh, so cute...but now I have a question...we groom little Cotton too, but glands? What is that all about? How do I find out? Nothing I have read until now mentioned it.
You can email me... ldunkerley@comcast.net

If you have time or can point me to what that is...much appreciated!

Crafty Green Poet said...

oh they look so happy together...

Michelle May (Shell) said...

Just like a bun to micro manage everything. :)
xx, shell

SixBunnies said...

Beautiful! Such love!

The Fab Furs said...

Between the "Zeppelin" comment and the trauma of having so much fur removed, Tyler probably decided that it was a wise move to offer his skills as a bungroomer to calm her down.

divakitty said...

That gets a big awwwwwww and a squeeeee

Jade said...

Tyler knows how to keep his ladies looking good. After all, a well-groomed harem is a happy harem. :)

Lisa said...

You're a braver soul than I. I leave gland cleaning to my vet!

Tyler is such a diplomat. Moving between the tribes.

Christina said...

Cleaning glands are yuck! You could tar the roof with that stuff.

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