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p_prod_uk
10-04-2010, 09:36 PM
I got up at 7am to feed and clean out buns today and Angel wasn't right. She showed no interest in food, or me, both of which are unusual.

I decided to call the emergency vet but couldn't get hold of anyone, so ended up calling another good local vet.

By 7.30am I was down there and the vet said it wasn't looking good. Angel's stomach was very bloated and the vet suspected a blockage.

They put a drip in her ear and gave her painkillers. An x-ray was taken which showed a huge stomach.

The vet gave me 2 options: (1) to give pineapple juice and fluids then x-ray again to see if there was any improvement, or (2) open her stomach up straight away.

The vet said there was a high risk with the op as Angel was in such a bad way already and may not pull through the op.

The vets were so fantastic with me and let me have a room to myself with Angel while I tried to decide what to do.

The fluids, painkillers and first x-ray, plus emergency call out fee, came to 350 and the op was going to be another 500 ish. Bearing in mind I had just suspended my insurance a month ago as had a bit of financial difficulty :roll:

I cried and cried with Angel wrapped in my arms, trying to decide what to do for the best.

After speaking with the vet, I decided to give the pineapple juice a go, so nipped off to the shop to get some (with my big red, puffy face :oops:) and came back. After about an hour and a half, another x-ray was taken but the vet said the stomach was the same, if not a little bigger.

The next decision was if to pts or operate. Bearing in mind she may die on the table.

In the back of my head was the money, but luckily I had found a credit card on my way out so just though i'd stick it on there.
I really wasn't sure if to put Angel to sleep, so she could go in my arms and put her out of pain, or if to risk the op.

Many tears and minutes later, I decided to go for the op and the vet said it would be about an hour.

2 and a quarter hours later the vet finished (!) and called me through. It turns out the whole of Angel's stomach was fur and food and was literally on the verge of bursting.

The vet said she was in an oxygen tank and it would be about 20 mins till she came round, if she even made it out of the GA.

After an anxious 20 mins (ish), I got called through to the back room to see her in the oxygen tank. She was still very sleepy as they were waking her up very slowly.
I got to stay in there with her for about 30 mins and stroked her continually and talked to her.

To cut the rest of a very long story short (!), I came home from the vets at 3.15pm and called at 5.30pm for an update. She was apparently sitting up at the back of the pen and seemed awake, but not eating. I went back at 7pm with some fruit and veg as she wasn't eating and she had had some sedative meds so was sleepy again.

Please can you cross your fingers for my baby girl as she's s important to me.

I know it may seem weird that I took some pics at the vets, but I honestly didn't think she'd still be alive by now and wanted some final piccies...

Pre-Op
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Post-Op Oxygen Tank
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Jack's-Jane
10-04-2010, 09:40 PM
Poor little Bunny :cry:

Goodness she has got a battle on her paws :cry:

I hope she defies the odds and pulls through

xx

lisa0307
10-04-2010, 09:40 PM
The pic of you and her together has made me cry :cry:...sending lots of positive healing vibes to Angel...:love:

p_prod_uk
10-04-2010, 09:44 PM
The pic of me and her made me cry too when I saw my double chin! :oops::lol:

I literally cried all this morning, until I could physically cry no more :cry:

The next 48 hours are crucial and we have to take it hour by hour the vet said. It just depends on if her stomach heals back where it had the incision, as the stomach was so stretched that if blood vessels have been damaged it may not heal :cry:

My wonderfully fantistic boyfriend has tonight just said he will clear all my debts and pay for today's 850 bill (total is thousands:oops:) to leave me able to re-start my bunny insurance and get myself back on my feet.

I love him :love:

Becca
10-04-2010, 09:44 PM
Oh gosh!!
Sending tons of vibes.

Tinsel
10-04-2010, 09:51 PM
Sending loads of vibes for Angel....

Lobo
11-04-2010, 10:40 AM
Picture 3 tells me exactly why we try everything for our buns.

We had a six year old who had exactly the same problem three years ago. His stomach was opened to remove the mass of food and hair. As you so correctly said, the following 48 hours are critical. In our case he made it and lived until he was almost 9.

Regular pain relief is essential. Water and feeding small amounts at a time seemed to make our boy's recovery a little easier. I would recommend recovery food (my preference is Oxbow Critical Care), it is easier for it to pass through the tender stomach as well as minimal effort with chewing.

I hope Angel recovers as well as our little boy. Be aware that she may look very ill at first as it is major surgery. I know when I saw Liam the day after surgery I honestly did not believe he could recover, he looked so awful and depressed and stayed that way for about 3 days, gradually improving over a week.

hurricanhoney
11-04-2010, 10:43 AM
Sending vibes how is she today.

donnamt
11-04-2010, 10:46 AM
sending loads and loads of vibes xxxxx

youthnovels
11-04-2010, 10:49 AM
Loads and loads of vibes. Please keep us updated. I know how terrible it is to be in your situation as I'm sure many people on here are.

If you need to talk to anyone, PM me. I'm in a similar situation at the moment :(

Bunny Buddy
11-04-2010, 11:08 AM
Poor Angel, sending loads of vibes.

It must have been a comfort being able to stay with her so long. I'd have done the same and tried for her, I hope she makes it.

p_prod_uk
11-04-2010, 01:31 PM
Thanks for all the replies and vibes - it seems to be working!
I called the vet last night at about 9 and she was ok but not eating and no interest. Then I called at about 3am and she was apparently a lot brighter and eating, but still not passing poos.

I've had a voicemail at 9am today saying she's still eating and seems very stable. Stomach seems normal size and is nice and soft, although still no poops.

At 12.45 I had another voicemail and the vet said she's doing so well she can come home! :love::love: She will call me later to arrange for me to pick up.

Is this not a bit soon for her to come home?

I really want her here, although am very worried about putting her back in with Blake as they've been separated for a day or two now... :?

I'm presuming she's started pooing (if she's not, then I will ask them to keep her in) but the vet originally said she'd be kept in for about a week. So for her to come home today seems too soon?

Any advice? :wave:

FriskyClover
11-04-2010, 01:49 PM
Just seen this. Poor Angel (and you)! I'm glad she seems to be on the mend.

I think that your vet may be working on the idea that when she is home in familiar surroundings, she will heal quicker. I know that with my rabbits this is definitely the case.

I would ask your vet what you will need to do with her at home and make sure that they give you pain relief to administer. If you feel comfortable with that, go for it:).

I would not put her in with Blake straight away but maybe set up a pen for him next to her so that they can see/smell each other.

Lots of vibes,

FC x

Sky-O
11-04-2010, 01:52 PM
When my bunnies have any operations they come home as soon as they are round. The vets don't wait to see if they eat or drink or poo, they advise, and then know they do better in their own surroundings. Maybe this theory is similar to the one your vet is applying?

If they have been separated for a couple of days, how about putting them next to each other so they can see and interact, and maybe assess from there what to do next with them?

Bunny Buddy
11-04-2010, 01:56 PM
I'm really pleased she's doing so well. Artie was in for a week after having his bladder opened up which must be pretty similar in severity/healing time etc.

I'd go with how capable you feel at nursing her, I'm sure you can take her back easily enough if you are at all worried.

p_prod_uk
11-04-2010, 01:56 PM
Just seen this. Poor Angel (and you)! I'm glad she seems to be on the mend.

I think that your vet may be working on the idea that when she is home in familiar surroundings, she will heal quicker. I know that with my rabbits this is definitely the case.

I would ask your vet what you will need to do with her at home and make sure that they give you pain relief to administer. If you feel comfortable with that, go for it:).

I would not put her in with Blake straight away but maybe set up a pen for him next to her so that they can see/smell each other.

Lots of vibes,

FC x

Thanks for replying. I'm thinking i will set up the play pen or something in the shed so he can have free-range in there as normal but not get to her. They can still snuggle through the bars and get used to each other again.

I know chances are they would be fine straight away, but worry that they might fight a bit etc.

Fingers crossed I hear from vet again soon and can go and get my baby girl!!

http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/bb173/p_prod_uk/Angel%20and%20Boo/Photo-0031.jpg :love::love::love:

Tuckerbunnies
11-04-2010, 02:21 PM
Oh the photos of Angel have me in tears especially the one of you holding Angel you both look so sad.

'Thinking about you both'

youthnovels
11-04-2010, 02:26 PM
I'm so glad that things are finally looking up for her.

I'd be a bit nervous about bringing her home too. I like to think that the vets they are in safe hands ... I get scared that I'd do something wrong. I'm sure they'll give you all the advice you need :)

Keep us updated!

donnamt
11-04-2010, 02:51 PM
what a great update :love::love::love::love::love:

Lobo
11-04-2010, 03:19 PM
Having gone through the same with our bun I think Angel may benefit from familiar surroundings, but not directly with her mate. She will be very uncomfortable just now and any activity may be detrimental. Ours was hunched up for quite a few days, hardly moving except for the litter tray and water. He would not eat so needed syringe feeding and additional water. He was kept separate but next to his bonded girl for over a week until he started to eat on his own and move around a little. They had a very strong bond and she played a big part in his recuperation by fussing over him so much.

It sounds like things are going along well so I hope that continues until she has recovered.

p_prod_uk
11-04-2010, 03:45 PM
Having gone through the same with our bun I think Angel may benefit from familiar surroundings, but not directly with her mate. She will be very uncomfortable just now and any activity may be detrimental. Ours was hunched up for quite a few days, hardly moving except for the litter tray and water. He would not eat so needed syringe feeding and additional water. He was kept separate but next to his bonded girl for over a week until he started to eat on his own and move around a little. They had a very strong bond and she played a big part in his recuperation by fussing over him so much.

It sounds like things are going along well so I hope that continues until she has recovered.

How often did yours need syringe feeding? I can do morning and night, but work full time so if she needs more than that it may be a problem :?

I'm basically wanting to do whatever is best for her :)

Do you think i'd be better setting up a playpen for her within the shed, or restrict her movement to 2 dog crates tied together? Would this help her heal if she cannot move around as much, or is more room better? :?

p_prod_uk
11-04-2010, 10:14 PM
Hi, Well - she's home! :)

I was so excited about going to fetch her...until the vet told me she didn't want to give me "false hope" :cry:

Angel has had a little bit of leaking through one of her stitches today so I need to keep an eye on that.

She also said they'd noticed her over-grooming today and are worried that she will end up having a blocked stomach again :(:(:(

She's on baytril and other meds for the next 3 days, then back for check up on Tues (unless I'm 100% happy with improvement).

Long-term, the vet said I need to feed lots of fruit and pineapple juice regularly to keep things moving along inside her.

At the moment, I'm giving 3ml of pineapple juice twice a day with 3 drops of Infacol.

The vet said it's trial and error and I'm to give less or more as I see fit.

How often and how much do you guys give infacol for similar probs to Angel's???

Any advice or tips would really be hugely appreciated as I'm a nervous wreck tonight :(:(

http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/bb173/p_prod_uk/IMG01852-20100411-2021.jpg

Jack's-Jane
12-04-2010, 06:45 AM
Hi, Well - she's home! :)

I was so excited about going to fetch her...until the vet told me she didn't want to give me "false hope" :cry:

Angel has had a little bit of leaking through one of her stitches today so I need to keep an eye on that.

She also said they'd noticed her over-grooming today and are worried that she will end up having a blocked stomach again :(:(:(

She's on baytril and other meds for the next 3 days, then back for check up on Tues (unless I'm 100% happy with improvement).

Long-term, the vet said I need to feed lots of fruit and pineapple juice regularly to keep things moving along inside her.

At the moment, I'm giving 3ml of pineapple juice twice a day with 3 drops of Infacol.

The vet said it's trial and error and I'm to give less or more as I see fit.

How often and how much do you guys give infacol for similar probs to Angel's???

Any advice or tips would really be hugely appreciated as I'm a nervous wreck tonight :(:(

http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/bb173/p_prod_uk/IMG01852-20100411-2021.jpg

I do hope she recovers.

I know my Vet would probably differ in her post operative treatment advice so I wont confuse things by commenting on that. Your Vet is the one in the frontline treating Angel :)

Sending lots of vibes for her xx

Maizey
12-04-2010, 06:55 AM
I have only just seen this,how is Angel this morning?Sending massive healing vibes her way xxxxxx

Lobo
12-04-2010, 07:53 AM
I'm sorry to be so late in replying, it's the time difference.

I have tried to recall Liam's treatment for removal of the stomach blockage. To the best of my knowledge the sequence was:

Surgery around midday on Tuesday
Kept at vet's surgery until the following Monday week.
The surgery is not manned during the night so the vet took him to his home for feeding, medicating and monitoring; including for the whole weekends.
Came home on the second Monday (14 days later) as he had only just started to pass very small faeces.
Continued syringe feeding for a further 5 days before he would feed himself sufficiently.

He lost a lot of weight and muscle during the time and did not pass faeces until day 15. We and the vet fed him at around 2 hourly intervals only 10-20cc at a time so as not to put pressure on his healing stomach.

The photograph of Angel certainly causes me to remember how Liam looked, although he tended to hunch more. Is she eating, drinking and passing faeces yet?

Our vet said that the greatest risk after surviving the surgery was the next 48 hours to be confident there was no peritonitis. I know Liam was fortunate to get through relatively unscathed because it is extremely high risk surgery with often a poor prognosis. I related his story to show that sometimes though, despite the odds, they can make it. I certainly hope that Angel has that extra quality I believe Liam had to make him not give in despite at times looking so very ill.

I would appreciate if others would comment on the bandaging as well. This is only a personal opinion but I don't think rabbits respond well to having a bandage wrapped around their middle. It seems to effect their balance and confidence in getting around on their feet. I think cats might also have a similar response.

p_prod_uk
12-04-2010, 11:08 AM
I'm sorry to be so late in replying, it's the time difference.

I have tried to recall Liam's treatment for removal of the stomach blockage. To the best of my knowledge the sequence was:

Surgery around midday on Tuesday
Kept at vet's surgery until the following Monday week.
The surgery is not manned during the night so the vet took him to his home for feeding, medicating and monitoring; including for the whole weekends.
Came home on the second Monday (14 days later) as he had only just started to pass very small faeces.
Continued syringe feeding for a further 5 days before he would feed himself sufficiently.

He lost a lot of weight and muscle during the time and did not pass faeces until day 15. We and the vet fed him at around 2 hourly intervals only 10-20cc at a time so as not to put pressure on his healing stomach.

The photograph of Angel certainly causes me to remember how Liam looked, although he tended to hunch more. Is she eating, drinking and passing faeces yet?

Our vet said that the greatest risk after surviving the surgery was the next 48 hours to be confident there was no peritonitis. I know Liam was fortunate to get through relatively unscathed because it is extremely high risk surgery with often a poor prognosis. I related his story to show that sometimes though, despite the odds, they can make it. I certainly hope that Angel has that extra quality I believe Liam had to make him not give in despite at times looking so very ill.

I would appreciate if others would comment on the bandaging as well. This is only a personal opinion but I don't think rabbits respond well to having a bandage wrapped around their middle. It seems to effect their balance and confidence in getting around on their feet. I think cats might also have a similar response.

Hi. Hadn't even noticed you weren't in UK! Don't worry about 'late' reply.
I took he bandage off within 10 mins of getting her home as wasn't keen and thought it was stressing her unduly.
She has passed some poos and eaten and drank :)
She has had some runny poos (but not too bad) so am easing off the laxative meds today and may give her a small amount tomorrow.

Thanks for your post, it cheered me up hugely knowing your bunny had beaten the odds. :)

p_prod_uk
12-04-2010, 11:09 AM
I do hope she recovers.

I know my Vet would probably differ in her post operative treatment advice so I wont confuse things by commenting on that. Your Vet is the one in the frontline treating Angel :)

Sending lots of vibes for her xx

Hi Jane, Thanks for the PM - i will certainly take note of that! :)

What did your vet advise? The vet I used wasn't a specialist in bunnies so I'd really appreciate any input you could offer. x

Jack's-Jane
12-04-2010, 11:32 AM
Hi Jane, Thanks for the PM - i will certainly take note of that! :)

What did your vet advise? The vet I used wasn't a specialist in bunnies so I'd really appreciate any input you could offer. x

Aswell as what I mentioned in the PM she would probably advise lots of hay/grass/dark leafy greens/dandelion leaves as opposed to fruit (to avoid the high sugar content in fruit). She would also possibly advise SQ fluids to insure that there is minimal absorbtion of water from the guts thus keeping ingesta hydrated and 'free flowing' so to speak.

p_prod_uk
12-04-2010, 11:34 AM
Aswell as what I mentioned in the PM she would probably advise lots of hay/grass/dark leafy greens/dandelion leaves as opposed to fruit (to avoid the high sugar content in fruit). She would also possibly advise SQ fluids to insure that there is minimal absorbtion of water from the guts thus keeping ingesta hydrated and 'free flowing' so to speak.

ah, ok. Well when Mark gets back from picking fibreplex up from vets I need to call them to settle the account so will check on that and the additional abx then.
Thanks so much :wave:

Angie65
12-04-2010, 01:14 PM
Only just seem this, but soooo glad she's doing well.:love: She's one of my fave forum buns:D

p_prod_uk
12-04-2010, 01:18 PM
Only just seem this, but soooo glad she's doing well.:love: She's one of my fave forum buns:D

aw :love: thanks :D

I will tell her that Aunty Angie was asking after her :D

I'm just about to call vets to settle the final payment of the 1000 treatment! :shock:

Why oh why did I cancel my insurance the other month?!?! :roll:

Angie65
12-04-2010, 01:19 PM
aw :love: thanks :D

I will tell her that Aunty Angie was asking after her :D

I'm just about to call vets to settle the final payment of the 1000 treatment! :shock:

Why oh why did I cancel my insurance the other month?!?! :roll:

Just move:lol:

p_prod_uk
12-04-2010, 01:30 PM
Just move:lol:

haha!! good point...hmmm! :lol:

Have just called vets and raised some concern that although angel has eaten greens and some fruit which was juicy, she doesn't seem to be drinking a huge amount, so am taking her back at 2.30 for subcutaneous fluids.

Will get them to check her over obv while there and make sure she's doing ok.

Wish us luck!! :)

Lobo
12-04-2010, 01:40 PM
Wishing Angel and mummy all the best with the vet... I keep looking at that 3rd picture.:love:

You must be almost out of the really critical time by now, if I can calculate with time differences.:)

I hope she responds to more fluids to keep everything hydrated.

p_prod_uk
12-04-2010, 01:59 PM
Wishing Angel and mummy all the best with the vet... I keep looking at that 3rd picture.:love:

You must be almost out of the really critical time by now, if I can calculate with time differences.:)

I hope she responds to more fluids to keep everything hydrated.

Thanks :D
Yes the vet said if Angel stayed the same/got better up to Mon evening/Tues morning then we should be out of the woods (touch wood!)

Will update when we get back from vets. It'll give me peace of mind too as will get them to check stitches and wound etc.

Just hope my boss doesn't spot me out and about! :lol:

p_prod_uk
12-04-2010, 04:36 PM
Just back from vets! Had to wait a while as it was so busy down there.

Angel has had subcutaneous fluids and painkillers and seems better in herself. She is now tucking into a little hay :love:

We go back on Wed evening for another check up and possibly more painkillers, depending on how she seems.

Her wound looks clean etc and they have changed her dressing.

Her temp was taken and that's normal.

lisa0307
12-04-2010, 06:17 PM
So glad she's doing well...sending lots of get well vibes...:love:

Lobo
13-04-2010, 02:11 AM
So pleased everything seems to be progressing well. Eating a little hay is a most positive sign to keep the GI tract moving together with fluids. Liam took much longer to recover because he wouldn't eat of his own accord, probably he was anxious due to the stomach pain he had experienced.

Angel seems to have that X factor that makes them determined to overcome such serious problems. Totally speculative but I think bunnies with strong bonds to their bunny partner seem to put up more of a fight to recover.

Hoping everything goes according to plan and you soon have a happy and healthy Angel back.

p_prod_uk
13-04-2010, 12:54 PM
These were taken this morning after morning meds :love::love:

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http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/bb173/p_prod_uk/IMG01854-20100413-0916.jpg

She lay out next to me on the sofa while I slept a little as was exhausted with all the worry - it was bliss! :love:

She's still not drinking a huge amount, but more than yesterday. Is eating hay and nibbling veg, so we're still moving in the right direction.

Her ear from the drip is limp and she doesn't move it at all (she's usually a helicopter bun and alternates up ears, but has washed it this morning and didn't look in pain. I'm going to mention it tomorrow at her check up.

Jack's-Jane
13-04-2010, 01:06 PM
Bless she does look very sorry for herself :cry:

Sending lots more vibes for her xx

Lobo
13-04-2010, 01:28 PM
Poor little girl. Let's hope she starts to pick up very soon, she looks so sad.:(

Rhianna
13-04-2010, 03:16 PM
Have just read this thread. The photo of her on the first page with the little pink bandaged ear - bless.

She is a gorgeous fur baby and a brave one too. Sending her loads and loads of healing vibes for a full recovery and a hug for you - you must be exhausted. What a wonderful boyfriend you have too.

lisa0307
13-04-2010, 07:35 PM
She looks really contented bless her :love:

p_prod_uk
13-04-2010, 07:39 PM
Well, I've just cleaned all 4 out and fed etc.
Angel is currently tucking into some dandelion hay and pellets, first time I've seen her tucking so heartily in to her pellets! :love:

lisa0307
13-04-2010, 08:13 PM
Well, I've just cleaned all 4 out and fed etc.
Angel is currently tucking into some dandelion hay and pellets, first time I've seen her tucking so heartily in to her pellets! :love:

That's such great news...hope she continues to do well...:love:

Jenefina
14-04-2010, 06:37 PM
:wave: How is your little Angel doing today?

p_prod_uk
14-04-2010, 11:11 PM
:wave: How is your little Angel doing today?

Hiya :wave:

We've had her at the vets tonight for a check up and she's doing well.
I think I can finally stop wanting to whisper that in case I jinx it!! :lol:

She's eaten a lot of hay tonight, still not drinking huge amounts - but am hoping that improves soon.

Her ear has developed fatty bits where the drip was put in and it's sore looking and is thicker that the other ear by a little. Vet says it's a small price to pay for her still being with us and that's true.

Wound is looking neat and healthy - she just has to go back for a check up again on Monday.

Is staying on Fibreplex and Zantac for the next 4 days or so, maybe longer, and Baytril for the next day or so.

The vet also said another week or so then she can go back to living with Blake in the shed, instead of her being in the playpen within the shed. Do you guys agree? I think 10 days then I may try it, but opinions please.... :D

She's also put on some weight since she was taken ill on Saturday, so that's a good sign :D:love:

Am I right in thinking that if she was going to develop peritonitis, she would have so by now (op was Sat)?? :?

Jack's-Jane
15-04-2010, 06:41 AM
It is all sounding very optomistic, I am so pleased for you :)

Maizey
15-04-2010, 06:45 AM
Thats great news :D:D

KarenM
15-04-2010, 07:18 AM
I've only just caught up on this thread - the photo of you with Angel on the first page made me want to cry just thinking about what could have happened when they operated. :(

I'm so glad she pulled through and is making progress. :love:

It's interesting what you said about Angel's ear - Alfie's shaved ears are still causing him trouble after an op to pin his leg in Feb, but the leg itself is fine. :? But as you say, a small price to pay. :)

p_prod_uk
15-04-2010, 08:51 AM
It is all sounding very optomistic, I am so pleased for you :)

Thanks Jane, as always - great to have you on hand for advice etc :thumb:

PS: Sorry to hear of your troubles at the moment :( I've only been flicking on here really to get advice and update on Angel so haven't read all about it, but sending vibes to your poorly buns. x

Jack's-Jane
15-04-2010, 11:45 AM
Thanks Jane, as always - great to have you on hand for advice etc :thumb:

PS: Sorry to hear of your troubles at the moment :( I've only been flicking on here really to get advice and update on Angel so haven't read all about it, but sending vibes to your poorly buns. x


Thank you :)

Debster
15-04-2010, 12:21 PM
Really pleased to hear how well Angel is doing. Hope she continues to recover well. Those photos...what a cutie :love: