I would assume that both of these does are pregnant. The normal gestation period for rabbits is 31 days, plus or minus a couple; counting that out on the calendar tells me your does should be due about the 9th. The normal behavior for a doe is to start doing things like digging in a corner of the cage and carrying hay around a week or so before the babies are born. Most does don't pull fur until just before or just after the kits are born, though some will pull a little bit a few days before.
Those are the textbook scenarios; unfortunately, rabbits don't read the books (though they might chew on them). Each doe is different, and until you have some experience with a doe, you can't be sure what she will do. Some does will pull fur well before kindling; I had one that started a good 10 days before her due date, and was pretty much bald by the time the kits came. Most does develop a bit of a "baby bump" in the late stages of pregnancy, but a lot don't get much bigger, especially if they aren't carrying many babies.
This could be a doe with a false pregnancy - being mounted by another rabbit can cause a doe to experience one, even if the other rabbit was a doe. Does with false pregnancies may go through all the mood changes, etc, of a pregnant doe, and refuse to breed. Often, a rabbit will "end" a false pregnancy before what would have been the full term, but some will go to 31 days, build a nest, pull fur, and produce nothing. Though I have had does that kindled on day 28, they were carrying large litters, so my first thought with a doe that seems not to have gained any girth that is pulling fur is a false pregnancy.
But, like I said, this may be one of the oddball does that doesn't do things the "normal" way. I have had a lot of does that were carrying only a couple of babies that went well past their due dates (34 - 35 days); the babies are huge when they are born this late, and almost never survive the birth process. While fur pulling at 29 - 30 days doesn't really sound like this situation, I would just wait and see; if this doe doesn't produce something within a few days, I'd go with the "false pregnancy" diagnosis.