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Vegan_Bunny
24-04-2012, 08:39 PM
2 bunnies were advertised "free to good home" on facebook. I was concerned as they apparently had to go together, one is a doe and one a buck and neither are neutered. :shock: I decided to post and say that I may be able to help but I would need to see them first, they said on facebook that they had 3 hutches and whoever took the buns could pick one for them. I have managed to convince them to give me two of the hutches in case the doe is pregnant, I only want to the hutches because I have nothing to keep them in otherwise. The hutches are really not suitable for a bunny and I would not want them in there for more than a week. :(

I went to visit the bunnies today. The buck is a lionhead called Jasper (all grey with such a cute white nose!) and the other is a black nethie called Poppy. Jasper is deifinitely a buck and I'm almost 100% sure Poppy is a doe, the owners said they've been together a year with no kits and seen them "doing the business". :shock: She didn't seem pregnant to me but I'm no expert when it comes to pregnant bunnies. When I picked them up they are horribly underweight :cry: they weigh nothing and are just bags of bones :cry:. I just said to the owner that they are a bit skinny (huge under statement) but otherwise look ok.

I can take them to the rescue I volunteer at but only temporarily! As some people may know the rescue doesn't specialise in bunnies and these 2 really need some tlc, we are also in between sites and it's not practical to keep more bunnies when the owner struggles with the animals she already has. Can anybody possibly help? I can transport so far but obviously not miles away.
I am really concerned about these 2 and Jasper is such a sweet bunny. Poppy is a little skitish and doesn't seem to like being handled much but I think she would settle down in no time. By the sounds of it they didn't really have much to do with Poppy, handling wise. If I can't find them somewhere then who knows where they will end up. :cry:

Jenova
24-04-2012, 08:45 PM
I have a hutch free at the moment, but only the one. I'm pretty far away too. :?

Vegan_Bunny
24-04-2012, 09:14 PM
Ah yes you are. :( I can go part of the way but I can't go the full way. Hopefully somebody will come along who can help with transport or even offer them another place. Thank you for replying so quickly. :)

Fluffers
24-04-2012, 09:20 PM
Well done for trying to help these buns :wave:

Just in case you're unaware: Please be careful to quarantine them from your own buns if they are coming to your house temporarily & wash your hands thoroughly and change your clothes before handling your own animals.

I hope someone can help with transport and foster :)

Vegan_Bunny
24-04-2012, 09:39 PM
Oh yes I always wash my hands after handling any "strange" animals. I wish they could come here temporarily :( I feel bad asking the rescue owner to take them in when she's already got so much on her plate.

If I can take them in then it would solve a lot of problems and I could get them here tomorrow! I have an outdoor run they could go in (separately) and a large hutch which was originally a small dog kennel so I'd only need to take the one hutch from the owners. One of the hutches has a huge whole where Jasper tried to chew his way out...i don't blame him. :cry:

I live with my parents and I know they will just say no..but I will ask anyway. I have a massive garden and a garage...you'd think they could spare some space for a few weeks. :( The only problem I have is that I can't really afford vet care for 2 extra bunnies, feeding, bedding and hay is not a problem.

steph182
24-04-2012, 09:49 PM
Are you splitting them?
I can't afford them, but I could probably have one outdoors... If you split them and your parents let you take one, I could ask my mam if she'd be willing to have one outdoors for a few days while you try and sort something else?

I feel bad that I couldn't help with hay and bedding though. And not even sure my mam would say yes if it was an idea you'd want!

Vegan_Bunny
24-04-2012, 09:54 PM
I'm arguing now with my parents that I have a whole garden for them. But if I took any of them it would only be temporary until I can either get one or both to Great Yarmouth to Jeneva or to another rescue/fosterer closer by.

Jenova
24-04-2012, 10:16 PM
To be honest if they've been together for a year I think it would be mean to spit them. They could both be boys.
I don't think iIcould afford vet bills but if it was a foster situation I would happily take them both, get them back on their feet until they are rehomed.

Vegan_Bunny
24-04-2012, 11:09 PM
The rescue I volunteer for wouldn't be able to fund you :( but maybe another rescue could. I can't sit back and do nothing. I will just bring them here for now and my Dad will just have to get over it. I don't want to split them really but I'm sure Poppy is a doe...either that or a neutered buck and that is highly unlikely but not impossible. I think they spend their day together and their nights in separate hutches so she should have been pregnant countless times over a year.
I was ok with them going to the rescue until I saw how skinny they were. They need a proper diet and some tlc, I can only do so much. If I get them here I can at least get them a health check at the vets and Poppy's sex determined (and check she's not pregnant). I wouldn't be able to afford a spay/neuter or any major vet bills; I would never be allowed to have them here that long if I get them here at all...You wouldn't think I was 23. :evil: :evil:

Kittykat23uk
25-04-2012, 08:32 AM
If a bun run is needed to get them to Norfolk I will be in York at a Hen do on the weekend of the 5/6 May.

Vegan_Bunny
25-04-2012, 10:49 AM
Thankyou I will keep you in mind if I need them to get there. Can anybody reccomend any rescues around here? I am slightly panicking about taking on these buns even short term in case they go into stasis/bloat from being so skinny. Any change in their diet added to the stress of moving them is going to be pretty risky as it is and I don't know enough about seriously skinny buns to know what is best for them.

Does anybody have space for either one or both of hese babies? I don't want to split them, ideally it would be lovely to have them neutered and rebonded but if they need to be split then I will split them.

Captain Helen
25-04-2012, 11:03 AM
Sorry I'm full, but you could try Bunny Burrows (http://www.bunnyburrows.btck.co.uk/), they're not too far from you. Hope you can find somewhere for them xx

Vegan_Bunny
25-04-2012, 11:23 AM
Yes! My Dad has just said they can come here for now! This means I can get them today and get them out of the situation they are in now. After work I will go and pick them up, bring them here and give them a proper assessment. I will ring/email all the rescues in the area and see if anybody is willing to take them but I only want bunny rescues or people who know about bunnies because of their condition.

Fluffers
25-04-2012, 11:47 AM
Well done :thumb: Hope they are with you soon and getting the TLC they deserve :love:

I wonder if you could think about different ways to raise funds to help with costs? Maybe a sponsored something or other & get friends & family to pledge?

honeybunny
25-04-2012, 11:54 AM
can you pay for the first vet check?
this is the trouble..kindness makes you want to help but if no rescue comes forward to take them what will you do?

Vegan_Bunny
25-04-2012, 12:22 PM
I am prepared to wait for a space at a rescue. I can pay for their first vet check and I will take them tomorrow if I can get the car. It's spaying/neutering I won't be able to afford as well as my own bunnies' needs/vet bills. Fiver currently has sore hocks and so I need to completely change my room around and buy lots of fleece and soft things (just got a vetbed), Xena has an ulcer on her eye which is taking forever to heal up and so she is back and forth from the vets with that.
On top of that I work part time and volunteer at 2 different places, I use my Dad's car so I have to work around that and my vets is about a 20-30 min drive away.
Also if the doe is pregnant there is no way I can keep her here, my Dad would completely flip. I will figure something out though...things usually work out in the end. I'm focusing on getting them out of their situation and at least giving them a chance to a loving home, food, hay and space. Push comes to shove then I could always ask friends to help, and if things get really desperate I have savings I can dip into.

How long should I wait before starting to change their food? I have some SS junior pellets they can have as they are currently eating the crappy mix stuff. Is there anything specific that will put weight on a bunny?

honeybunny
25-04-2012, 12:28 PM
have pm'd you

Re weight gain..slowly..get their teeth checked as could be a contributing factor

then SS pellets are fine but to be honest the flaked pea and corn in mix will be more fattening ..slowly introduce veg..VERY small amounts so as not to uspet their tums..lots of hay

cpayne
25-04-2012, 12:36 PM
Ah what you're doing is lovely. Keep us posted.

honeybunny
25-04-2012, 12:40 PM
these rabbits will have rescue back up

Fluffers
25-04-2012, 12:44 PM
these rabbits will have rescue back up

Oooh I could squish you Jill :love:

megansmummy
25-04-2012, 01:01 PM
these rabbits will have rescue back up

Thats brilliant news!! :thumb:

Jenova
25-04-2012, 01:53 PM
:D

Vegan_Bunny
25-04-2012, 05:26 PM
Aww I'm so happy I could cry! Just checking things on here before getting everything sorted for them. Typical the weather is so awful but I'll make sure they are warm and dry and have lots of hay! My 2 don't get veg but they get fresh forage from the garden, I'll be very careful about introducing anything to their diet. I have an appointment at the vets for them both at 10:45am, I hope they will be ok and Poppy isn't pregnant. :shock:

Poor bunnies, I can't wait to get them here. :cry:

Fluffers
25-04-2012, 05:59 PM
Just to say that my brother lives in Richmond, N Yorks. I don't know when he's next planning a visit to me (or my parents) but I'll ask him to let me know and then, assuming the buns can be got to him in Richmond, he could bring them south to Leics :wave:

Santa
25-04-2012, 06:30 PM
Bless them, I do hope that they can be helped. I remember a few years ago Caroline at the Rabbit Residence had an unneutered m-f pair come in who had lived together for a few years but never bred. It was suspected that they were so malnourished that they just weren't 'able' to conceive - a bit like how a seriously underweight human can stop menstruating, I suppose. I guess it's also possible that one of them is infertile - things like EC can cause that, but I think it's best to err on the side of caution and assume that as soon as they are given the right care, they could become fertile quite quickly.

Good luck x

Vegan_Bunny
25-04-2012, 11:48 PM
Sorry I have not been on to update people, I have been running around totally none stop since I went to the get the bunnies at half 6. So I went to get them and they told me they couldn't fit the hutch out of the door because there is scaffolding in the way (which was fair enough) and the back gate out of the alleyway is locked on an evening so I couldn't get a hutch. I am going to pick up the hutch in a few days because they are busy tomorrow. This meant I would only have 1 hutch for them both, I figured this would be ok for a few days as they had apparently been living together for a year. Getting them back to mine I had a good look over them, Poppy seems ok but skinny and doesn't feel pregnant but the vets can hopefully confirm that tomorrow. She has a bald spot on her nose but I'm not sure what that is (will ask the vet). Jasper is even skinnier and has signs of dental issues; watery eyes and a wet chin. :cry: Apart from that there seems no be nothing wrong with them.
Well I put them in their hutch and right away Jasper tried to hump Poppy, I moved him off her but she was getting really annoyed at him, growling and boxing him. The hutch they were in "together" had a huge hole in it and apparently Poppy escaped all the time...so I'm asuming whenever Jasper went to hump her Poppy just jumped through the hole and ran around the yard. I think this could be she is so skinny, there was never any food/hay put out for her and so she probably hardly ate (the yard was concrete). I am only asuming these things since it seems extremely odd that Poppy isn't pregnant.
Anyway, I obviously had to split them, Poppy was getting stressed out and I wasn't risking her getting pregnant. The only other hutch I had currently had a hedgehog residing in it. After a little thought I figured I had no choice but to place Prof. Hoodwink (the hedgehog) in a storage box for the time being with a box of hay and her food and water and put Poppy in the hutch. I bleached it and rinsed it but the hutch still smelt of hedgehog (they are quite smelly things) but I think it will be ok. I had to totally rearrange the garage so I could fit both hutches in and have everything still accessible.
I then went to my friends to borrow a guinea pig cage to put Hoodwink in for a few days. She seems rather miffed at having her hutch taken from her but I'm sure she will get over it. :lol:
I despise what I have the bunnies in atm :cry: and the fact that they are out in the garage. I feel so horrible but it is only temporary. They have water, food and lots and lots of hay but niether have touched the hay. :( The situation is far from ideal but must be better than where they were.


I have some photos and will post them in a minute, don't hate me for their setup. :(

Vegan_Bunny
26-04-2012, 12:15 AM
Meet Jasper :) (his eyes were fine yesterday but were very wet when I picked him up today)


http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a313/blackraven051/P1030942.jpg

http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a313/blackraven051/P1030950.jpg

http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a313/blackraven051/P1030951.jpg

...And Poppy. She is much more scared than Jasper and has obviously not had much contact. She is also a bit of a stroppy madam!

http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a313/blackraven051/P1030940.jpg

http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a313/blackraven051/P1030948.jpg

http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a313/blackraven051/P1030947.jpg

honeybunny
26-04-2012, 12:16 AM
nice to see them both and the boy does look to have dental issues..let me know how the vet check goes

Vegan_Bunny
26-04-2012, 12:26 AM
I'm so glad they are safe and sound. The rain is torrential here and they would certainly have gotten wet as they had no hutch cover and Poppy would most likely have been running around in the yard, they are now in my garage where it is relatively warm and definitely more dry! I will post up as soon as I get back from the vets tomorrow.
Right now, I'm going to go to bed! :lol:

Fluffers
26-04-2012, 07:59 AM
So pleased they're safe :) Hope the check up goes well and there are no nasty surprises.

Also hope you are able to get the other hutch. I assume they're not having any more rabbits and so there's no reason for them to keep it.

Vegan_Bunny
26-04-2012, 12:00 PM
The owner genuinely cared for them but just had no clue about them, she said she couldn't look after them anymore and so had to give them up.

I'm back from the vets, it went well. The vet gave them both a good check. Their hearts, breathing and bellies are all good. Poppy has a slight spur on her upper right side but her teeth seem fine otherwise. Jasper has a slight misaligned jaw and his upper right side is a bit long, there's a few spurs but nothing serious and no damage in his mouth. This is good news as I thought it may be a lot worse than this. The vets said it's probably diet related and should be rectified with diet but in Jasper's case he will probably need a dental at some point. She also said his incisors are long and could do with a trim in the future. I asked if he would need any painkillers but she said he really should be ok for now but to watch him to make sure he is eating ok.
Poppy is definitely a doe and doesn't seem to be pregnant but it'll be worth keeping an eye on her just incase.

Poppy weighs 1.4kg which doesn't seem to bad for a nethie, she still needs weight on her though and her muscles building up.
Jasper weighs only 1.48kg :cry: this is pretty bad since he should weigh around 2.4kg. :(

Fluffers
26-04-2012, 12:06 PM
Good news overall then (apart from the weight thing but at least we can deal with that :) )

Well done for taking them to the vet so promptly. At least you know what you're dealing with now and can proritise what needs to be done :D



The owner genuinely cared for them but just had no clue about them, she said she couldn't look after them anymore and so had to give them up.

I'm back from the vets, it went well. The vet gave them both a good check. Their hearts, breathing and bellies are all good. Poppy has a slight spur on her upper right side but her teeth seem fine otherwise. Jasper has a slight misaligned jaw and his upper right side is a bit long, there's a few spurs but nothing serious and no damage in his mouth. This is good news as I thought it may be a lot worse than this. The vets said it's probably diet related and should be rectified with diet but in Jasper's case he will probably need a dental at some point. She also said his incisors are long and could do with a trim in the future. I asked if he would need any painkillers but she said he really should be ok for now but to watch him to make sure he is eating ok.
Poppy is definitely a doe and doesn't seem to be pregnant but it'll be worth keeping an eye on her just incase.

Poppy weighs 1.4kg which doesn't seem to bad for a nethie, she still needs weight on her though and her muscles building up.
Jasper weighs only 1.48kg :cry: this is pretty bad since he should weigh around 2.4kg. :(

Captain Helen
26-04-2012, 12:24 PM
Aww, they're adorable! :love: Well done for helping them. I hope a good diet is all that is needed to get them back in shape xx

Kittykat23uk
26-04-2012, 12:27 PM
:thumb:That's great news! Just a question re Jasper's weight. he looks like a lionhead to me. How much bigger is he than Poppy? The reason I ask is that I've been told that 2.4 kg is about right for Sprocket, who is a dwarf lop. We had a lionhead before him, Gasket, and he was much smaller than that, I think he weight about 1.8 kg maybe?

Vegan_Bunny
26-04-2012, 12:44 PM
Well tbh Poppy seems quite large for a nethie...but I know next to nothing about them since I've never had nethies before. Jasper is bigger than her though but he's very fluffy, it was what the vet told me but I know their weight can vary. He's not a big lionhead so perhaps he would be less than 2.4kg? I honestly have no sense of weight haha. I will weigh Fiver (my bunny), who is about the same size as Jasper, to compare.

Vegan_Bunny
26-04-2012, 12:51 PM
Fiver weighs 2kg. So I would think Jasper should weigh about that, wonder why the vet said about 2.4kg....that does seem alot if Fiver weighs 2kg!

Kittykat23uk
26-04-2012, 02:26 PM
Ah, yes it does sound a bit heavy for a small bun. TBH I was told Widget is a bit on the weighty side at 2.8! She's a crossbreed, bigger than Sprocket, but more like a hare in stature. I think she's got some English/dwarf lop in her.

Vegan_Bunny
26-04-2012, 10:58 PM
I have just been out to check on them and feed them. They are doing well and eating their food but still don't seem to have eaten any hay. :( Their poos are small and black and some are quite soft. Hopefully this will change when they start eating their hay and settle down.
Poppy is very scared, she flinches when I touch her and runs away as soon as I open the cage door, she growls and thumps at me but I think that is a mixture of fear and hormones. I don't blame her, she has been passed around from pillar to post and never had the chance to bond to a human, poor girl :(. Hopefully with some love and care she will come around and realise not everybody is bad!
Jasper, however is perfectly settled in, he is acting as if he's been there his whole life. :lol: He has been asking for nose rubs and hops over happily to say hello when I walk in the garage. He has had nose rubs and been tooth purring. :love:

honeybunny
26-04-2012, 11:09 PM
have you offered them small amount so fresh grass?..don't give too much as if not used to it can cause gas bt a small amount will be fine

Also as they are honeybunnies they need new names ( we only use a name once and both of theirs have been used), and also new names, new start :D

so thinking cap on!

steph182
26-04-2012, 11:13 PM
They're GORGEOUS :love: I want Jasper, if only :love:

Vegan_Bunny
26-04-2012, 11:23 PM
Aha ok! I rather like Jasper's name but I will have a think of something less common and see if you like it. As for Poppy, I don't think she suits that name so I'm sure someone can come up with something better. :)

I offered them both some bramble leaves and both refused them :roll: I have left some in both their bowls so hopefully they will have eaten them by morning. Only gave them about 3 small leaves each, I think Poppy will eat them but she was too scared to take them off me or eat while I was watching.

honeybunny
26-04-2012, 11:28 PM
have to say you'll have to think hard as we've used so many names!!

I did think of Mayflower ( poppy) and Speedwell ( jasper) as they may be coming to me in May and the two names go together..if anyone knows their history!!:lol:

Vegan_Bunny
26-04-2012, 11:36 PM
I love Speedwell! Anything Watership Down related. :lol: Mayflower doesn't really suit "Poppy", she's a right madam and although is very scared she has a lot of attitude showing through which I love. :lol: I think she needs a nice strong name, but I haven't a clue what! :lol:

Vegan_Bunny
26-04-2012, 11:48 PM
What about Ginny for "Poppy"? Have you used that name already? I like the name and not the fact that it's from Harry Potter! :lol:

honeybunny
26-04-2012, 11:49 PM
What about Ginny for "Poppy"? Have you used that name already? I like the name and not the fact that it's from Harry Potter! :lol:

had it..we had Ginny the Guinea! :lol:

haven't have Jinty or Trinny though :?

Vegan_Bunny
26-04-2012, 11:51 PM
Darn it! :lol: Sure we can come up with something that suits her and hasn't been taken :thumb:

EDIT: I didn't see what you'd written underneath :lol: I like Jinty! That is a lovely, unusual name :)

honeybunny
26-04-2012, 11:53 PM
trying to think of strong names we haven't used

Armadillo
Rhino.
Hippo ....:lol:

ah you edited your post
so if these buns are close and they need to be together we need a name that goes with Jinty..but if they are not bonded..were just kept in same space..then we can stick with Speedwell and Jinty :D

blue_vix
26-04-2012, 11:58 PM
I think ERIS for poppy (she was a greek goddess of discord)

Vegan_Bunny
26-04-2012, 11:59 PM
I do love Speedwell the name! :lol:

Jinty is a good name, it suits her little face.

Loving the strong names you suggested! :lol: :roll:

steph182
27-04-2012, 12:01 AM
Eevee!
Jynx
Uhura :love:

honeybunny
27-04-2012, 12:02 AM
Eevee!
Jynx
Uhura :love:

We've had an Evie

Jynx??

and Uhura will come in handy when we go to a Star Trek theme :D

Vegan_Bunny
27-04-2012, 12:04 AM
I'm liking Jynx also :lol:

I already said no to Eevee, Steph! Bad Steph!

steph182
27-04-2012, 12:07 AM
We've had an Evie

Jynx??

and Uhura will come in handy when we go to a Star Trek theme :D

Star Trek themed bunnies... Heaven!

Jynx is a pokemon :lol:

steph182
27-04-2012, 12:07 AM
I'm liking Jynx also :lol:

I already said no to Eevee, Steph! Bad Steph!

:cry:

honeybunny
27-04-2012, 12:16 AM
or Merle..means black one :D

Vegan_Bunny
27-04-2012, 12:25 AM
Merle....I just think of a merl collie :lol:

Kittykat23uk
27-04-2012, 08:27 AM
Star Trek themed bunnies... Heaven!

Jynx is a pokemon :lol:

I used to have a rabbit called Neelix and a hamster called Nerys.

Vegan_Bunny
27-04-2012, 12:23 PM
Both buns have had breakfast and I offered grass. Speedwell (Jasper) completely refused to eat any and looked very miffed when I put it in his bowl over his food. :lol: "Poppy" still has a lot of uneaten ceacals and soft poo but I think it's stress related, I gave them both fresh hay but neither have eaten any whilst I've been watching.
The owner said that "Jasper" loved his hay and ate all of it when she put some in so I'm wondering if his teeth are bothering him? From what I've seen he doesn't really seem to know what hay is so this confuses me. :?

honeybunny
27-04-2012, 12:33 PM
owners often lie..so don't believe he has always had hay

and shall we stick with Jinty and Speedwell? :D
Keep offering them small amounts of different things...have you any plantains in your garden as bunnies love those?

cpayne
27-04-2012, 03:06 PM
Doughnut loves rose leaves if you have any. I have lots of bushes in my garden, no roses yet too early. If not happy to send you some if you want to try them with it to get them eating.

Vegan_Bunny
27-04-2012, 04:14 PM
I have lots and lots of plants in my garden. :thumb: I have some rose bushes with leaves on so I will try those. Just being very careful about what I try incase I upset their tummies further. It's quite nice outside and I'd love for them to be able to stretch their legs but I think I will wait a little longer for them to settle in before letting them in the run..obviously at different times. Might find a way to split the run so that they can both be out, make life a bit easier for me. I have a paved area that they can have a run around on just to stretch their legs and get some air. Maybe tomorrow if the weather is nice. :)
I am going to go and check on them now and see if the grass has been touched. Shall I try some dandelion leaves? Fiver and Xena get a salad of grass, dandelion leaves, hawthorn leaves, parsley, bramble leaves, dead nettles and rose leaves every few days, am I ok to try Speewell and Jinty on those too? (in small amounts of course)

I got a very strange message from their previous owner.. I will paste it below:

"Oooh completely forgot to tell you, jasper cannot have carrot or anything to do with carrot, like noc carrot flavour anything but most importantly, no actual carrot, i kinda feel like he needs a collar with one of those medical paper things on lol,

He gets very poorly and has to have 24/7 care/watch literally. I made the mistake twice and i swear it was like being a first time mum, no sleep lol had to hand feed him and give him his bottle and keep him up right, if he wasnt upright he stopped breathin"

:? I am completely baffled about this and slightly annoyed that she never took him to the vet. But surely if he had stopped breathing he would be dead?

Vegan_Bunny
27-04-2012, 06:01 PM
Ok I went to clean them out and Speedwell was begging to come out so I put him in the run, he absolutely loved it. I put Jinty in afterwards and she seemed to really come out of her shell. :) I will post pics in the Stories section.

x

rabswood
27-04-2012, 06:33 PM
:d :d :d

honeybunny
28-04-2012, 12:31 PM
have put an appeal for transport

Rodentranch
28-04-2012, 12:39 PM
I once had a foster who didn't seem to have ever had hay. I bought some camomile herbage (P@H stock it) and she loved it. It's expensive though so once she was used to it I slowly started mixing it with regular hay until she ended up just eating that.

Vegan_Bunny
28-04-2012, 11:22 PM
I actually got him to eat a full dandelion leaf and about 8 rose leaves! I left a bit of grass in his bowl and he looks very interested! :thumb:

Watching him, he seems to want to eat the hay and greens but was very reluctant as if he knew it'd hurt or be difficult. He took a bite and didn't seem to like using his front teeth, he seemed awkward chewing too. :( My vets don't do conscious dentals at all do even clipping his teeth will be a full GA and I don't think he is healthy enough for that yet with him being underweight. I would be willing to pay if it was no more than 50 but that's unlikely :( I need to win the lottery!

honeybunny
29-04-2012, 10:35 AM
transport thread up but we need to know how far you can bring them x

Vegan_Bunny
29-04-2012, 01:26 PM
Posted on the thread, sorry I have been at work and then volunteering so haven't been online much.

X

honeybunny
29-04-2012, 01:35 PM
ok..have answered//looks like we may have a plan :D

cpayne
30-04-2012, 01:03 PM
They all seem to love rose leaves!

Pleased they're doing well.