Step 2: Remove Furby's face
Continue removing the pelt and you'll notice just a bit farther up there are two things still holding his face on.
Firstly, the pelt is glued to the skull surrounding Furby's plastic ear stalks, on one side his outer eye ridge, and on the other, the back of the base of his ear. It's a weak glue, probably just to tack the fur down there so his face doesn't get loose, and you can easily pull the fur free.
Secondly, there is a hook holding the top of Furby's face plate. This is an open hook; you can slip the plastic loop behind the open end and free the face.
Continue removing Furby's fur until you get to his ears.