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    I am not sure about this one,

    I have a lop eared rabbit so in my case he doesn’t move his ears at all but perhaps different breeds do. I had a mixed breed who kept one ear up and one ear down. I think if your rabbit seems comfy and not in pain, then its just the way he/she was made! If he/she is always twitching ears and moving them in sharp, jerky movements while he/she is awake, then i would have a vet check out the ears. Check to see if they have goo or grossness in them, but if they are clean its just a happy bun! The sleeping is also a happy bun! Mine sleeps like that too when he is super sleepy or just tuckered out! Good Luck!!


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