Do you know what time it is?
Of course you do. That's why you're here. It's time for today's Bunday blog!
Somebody asked me recently about the importance of ear cleaning. This is a very important task for rabbits. One reason is because we get extra vitamin D that way! I bet you didn't know that. Our ears have a special oil on the surface of the skin that makes vitamin D when exposed to sunlight. Rabbits get some of this vitamin D when they clean their ears.
Lady Épinette Nutkin is especially good at ear cleaning. You can see that in the picture below. She is just pulling down her left ear.
She uses a paw to pull her ear down, and then she holds it in both paws as you see in this next picture. She is licking the inside of her right ear in this picture.
Hoomin beans cannot lick their own ears. This is a very serious design flaw. I feel sorry for you. We also keep our ears clean to avoid having problems with mites. I bet your hoomin ears are all full of mites because you can't lick them properly.
Sometimes we help each other with ear cleaning. I think that's what you hoomin beans ought to do.
It wouldn't take you very long to do this, because your ears are small and insignificant compared to ours. Sometimes, I don't even know how you manage to get along in this world, with such pitiful ears. We can rotate our ears 270 degrees to listen to things. Your ears are stationary. What were you thinking when you had those ears ordered? I suppose opposable thumbs might make up for the defect of your ears, just a bit.
So do clean your ears, or have a friend do it, on a regular basis. Take it from me...I'm an ear expert!