Bunlips (named after their bun-like shape) are where the most prominent and second most hilarious whiskers (the first being the ones above the eyes) protrude from the face of some animals, most notably felines, but also a wide range of different species, including certain breeds of dog and foxes.

Bunlips are firm and are used to point the whiskers at things, such as meats. They should not be confused with flubberlips, which hang loosely on the sides of the faces of some species and only serve the purpose of flubbering. If you would like to learn more about flubberlips, visit your local library. This website is not about flubberlips.




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