I have a 2 year old French Angora buck rabbit who I adore, he is just the coolest rabbit ever. I have had him for a little over two months and I got him from a goat breeder who lost interest in him and hadn't groomed him for a year! He was so matted he couldn't even hop, his front and back legs were matted together. This woman had other rabbits but only this one Angora that she paid alot of money for from a great breeder with champion stock. He was given to me for free just to take him off her hands, his papers and everything. I brought him home and cried my eyes out while I shaved him down because I couldn't stand how bad she had let him get. Her other rabbits were all well cared for and this guy had a nice hutch, food, water, and hay but just was never groomed. Fast forward. I now groom him either daily or every other day. He is handled alot. The day before yesterday I groomed him quick because I was late for getting the kids into bed, so I didn't really take the time to put my hand deep down into his fur and feel his body. Yesterday I go out and bring home a breeding pair of Mini Rex who I put into a cage in my rabbitry right above Peter, my Angora. I also have a Holland Lop in the cage next to Peter. I take him out for a in depth grooming and notice that he is shedding quite a bit. I start hand plucking fur from him and fill a zip lock sandwich bad to nearly busting point with gorgeous angora fur. I was all excited as I had been waiting to get some fur to spin from him. I then start brushing and blowing him out and really getting my hands on him and I notice that he has lost a considerable amount of weight in a very short time. He was a robust bunny just a week ago. I look into his cage and notice that he hasn't touched his pellets (we swicthed brands right about a week ago as a matter of fact), I then notice that there are no fresh dropping in the catch tray under his hutch. I start looking him over really well and notice that he has a small amount of thick white goo in the corner of one eye and in one nostril. I am now freaking out. I have a sick rabbit and I just brought home two new bunnies, one of which is a pregnant doe. Do these symptoms sound like anything really obvious? I am going to go get him some of the old pellets he was on today and see if he will eat them. He is drinking normally and urinating and the urine is a normal color. I got him to eat some banana because I was scared it could be wool block. Any other ideas? There is no point removing him from the others now that they've all been right with him is there?