No, not me. The bunnies are at shearing time again. They get shorn every three months, and I have them staggered a bit so I don't have to spend an entire weekend shearing bunnies and trying to get angora out of my mouth.
My bunnies, Merriweather (Blue Angel), Flora and Fauna are all of Chris's German hybrid angora herd. Flora and Fauna are sisters, and had pretty light gray fiber when I first got them about six months ago. When I'd shear them, they'd look white except for their faces. One can see they are turning much darker black now, in patchy ways, one more so than the other. The entire length of fiber is now blacker compared to their youth. Merriweather is an opal agouti, and is the sweetest of the three. Yes, in the photo on the left, that is all bunny - she is much smaller now without the fiber! (I apologize for the fuzzy photos, but my son took them without a flash, and fuzzy bunnies in marginal light are hard to get focused....
I tried plucking the fiber once in Flora and Fauna. It took forever, the bunnies hated it, and it left bare patches on them. The poor bunnies got to where they cringed just seeing us come near them, so I finished by shearing the rest of their fiber and promising them I wouldn't do that again. Besides, in these colder months coming up, they still need to shed their fiber to avoid getting wool block (sort of like a fur ball in cats, but can be lethal in the bunnies), but they still need to stay warm. Shearing I can leave them a bit more fur to keep them warm, whereas with plucking, the entire length of fiber is gone. Up here in Maine, the bunnies need to stay warm!
My bunnies are outdoor bunnies, and they each have a hutch as they are territorial animals. We have the three hutches arranged so each can see one or two other bunnies for company and still have their own territory. We use the hay and droppings that fall under the hutches as compost - great stuff!