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I have a Rodney Rabbit that is the STAR of one of my shows. Lately he has developed a lazy right ear. It seems to slowly droop to the right as a routine progresses. After examination, it seems to be looser around the base than the right ear. Ay suggestions on how I can repair him without sending him in? I use him every day in my school assembly programs. Thanks for your help in advance!
I recommend that for a quicker reply you email Steve Axtell directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. If internal surgery is needed you may consider a clown size hat for the rabbit that can be reinforced where the ears poke through. I'm thinking one of the tiny ones might work.
After using Axtell products for years, I only recently discovered these pages. What a great resource! Thank you, Steve, for putting this together and to everyone else for contributing!
I've ordered a Willie The Kid (I'm naming him Louie though) and I'm really looking forward to receiving him.
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WOW! That's what the audiences were saying this weekend as I used the Axtell Big Baby and Mic Mouth in two separate performances. Reaction to the Big Baby was 10-15 minutes of nothing but laughter the whole routine! Cameras came out from everywhere. I was also using the wireless sound system that Steve sells. Top notch! Used it for both performances. The Mic Mouth I used during Kids Church. I brought a kid out from the audience and he helped me tell a "Life Application" story. The kids loved it!
It would be awesome if you posted this on my Facebook pagehttp://www.facebook.com/steveax