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KarenM
04-02-2014, 08:17 PM
This little man came in to a local vet on Saturday as a stray after being found wandering the streets. :cry:

With no owner and being in a very sorry state the most likely option for him was pts; we wanted to give the poor mite a chance but just didn't have the room to offer him a permanent home. :( Thanks to an amazingly kind and generous offer of a home at Rainbow Rabbits once he's well enough to travel, we were able to take him in temporarily here and help him on the road to recovery. I know Liz and Steve will make sure he lives the kind of life that he deserves. :love::love:

He's underweight, has suspected EC - slight head tilt, weak back legs - and a bad mite infestation as well as ear mites. His face was thick, crusty and matted and his bum was matted too so they had to shave a lot of fur off & gave his tear ducts a flush. They also suspected he was blind although, now we've had him home for a couple of days, we think he has at least some vision as he's not bumping into everything like we'd have expected. His eyes bulge slightly though, and the third eyelids are visible, even more so when he's stressed.

He had a seizure last night :( so has now also been to see a lovely exotics vet who's giving him a course of steroids which should help with all his issues & he's been stable since then. He's got ear drops for the mites and is also on panacur for the ec. Despite all he's been through he's quite bright and is eating really well so we're hopeful he has a fighting chance.

He's not the most attractive man right now, bless him, but that just makes him all the more lovable to us. So, yes, as title if you could keep this man in your thoughts it would be appreciated. :love:

http://i1160.photobucket.com/albums/q481/KarenM33/straybunny.jpg (http://s1160.photobucket.com/user/KarenM33/media/straybunny.jpg.html)

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tonibun
04-02-2014, 08:21 PM
I hope he recovers and is able to enjoy some living at Rainbow. :love:

Kermit
04-02-2014, 08:22 PM
What a wee sweetheart he is....I will be keeping a keen eye on updates on this wee one.

xClairex
04-02-2014, 08:30 PM
Awww bless his little heart.
Sending vibes for the gorgeous fluff. x
Feel better soon sweetie. x

Amy & Amber
04-02-2014, 08:31 PM
:love:

He has already got a special place in my heart, I hope he's doing ok Karen.

Well done to you all for helping him x

marleysworld
04-02-2014, 09:05 PM
He's beautiful. I love black bunnies!
Sending him lots of love. x

Roly Poly
04-02-2014, 09:09 PM
Aw poor little guy - so pleased he's safe now and will be loved and cared for, sending lots of vibes and gentle noserubs xxx

Bunny Buddy
04-02-2014, 09:24 PM
It was a relief to read that his face had been shaved as I wondered what was going on, face fur must be fluffier than I realised as I thought it was ulcers or such.

So glad he's found his way to safety and to have a chance at a wonderful life and that he can be well and able to travel to his forever home very soon.

Sending bucket loads of vibes.

Vegan_Bunny
04-02-2014, 09:26 PM
Sending tons of vibes. xxx

Zoobec
04-02-2014, 09:29 PM
Sending mega vibes xx

Rabcat
04-02-2014, 09:45 PM
Oh bless him xxx What a poor little fella xxxx

Can I donate for him or something?

If so can you please pm me xxx

Loftyfiva
04-02-2014, 09:48 PM
Awww, poor little soul. Lots of love little one xxx

happybun
04-02-2014, 10:00 PM
poor little fellow. many vibes from me and the four buns.

ripminnie
04-02-2014, 10:10 PM
Poor boy :( sending mega vibes for him xxx

SJH
04-02-2014, 10:16 PM
Awwww bless him. Poor little mite. :(


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Kayaksteph
04-02-2014, 10:20 PM
Vibes.

Karen's
04-02-2014, 10:21 PM
Thank goodness someone found the little man, and well done to you and rainbow rabbits for taking care of him, sending get well soon vibes xxx

esupi
04-02-2014, 10:22 PM
Poor little soul. Glad he's in good hands now.

newbabybuns
04-02-2014, 10:27 PM
Aww, sending him lots of vibes xxx well done to you all who are giving him a second chance :love:

Fifibutton
04-02-2014, 10:35 PM
Bless him the poor wee soul, so glad Liz has taken him on.

susie bun
04-02-2014, 11:14 PM
Adding my vibes for this dear little fellow. xxx

biscandmatt1
04-02-2014, 11:23 PM
poor little guy. sending him vibes and cuddles x

KarenM
05-02-2014, 07:53 AM
Thank you all. :love: I forgot to actually mention as I was so busy listing all his problems :oops: but he's called Taz for now (he reminds my daughter of the Tasmanian Devil and has started living up to his name now he's a little stronger! :roll::lol::lol:); Liz has a new name all lined up for him when he gets there though. :love:

Alison, I never realised just how bulky the fur on their face was either; it makes his nose area look a rather peculiar shape, even more so now some of the crust is coming away. It's hard to tell from the photos as I think they make his face look gunky it's all dry, really thick crust.

It always amazes me just how resilient bunnies can be given their fragile nature and Taz is no exception. I'll keep you updated with pics of his progress and I've made Liz promise she will once he gets there too!

susie bun
05-02-2014, 09:53 AM
Hoping Taz is doing well this morning. :love:

Captain Helen
05-02-2014, 10:27 AM
Sending lots of vibes for Taz xx

Fellie
05-02-2014, 11:00 AM
It always amazes me just how resilient bunnies can be given their fragile nature and Taz is no exception. !

This :thumb::thumb::thumb:

He obviously has such a strong will to live doesn't he? Huge vibes for his continued recovery - he is so gorgeous and I am so pleased he is safe and sound now.

KarenM
05-02-2014, 06:58 PM
He's still doing well and his face looks so much better already as much of the crust is dropping off now. He's had his 2nd steroid shot this afternoon (not an easy job on a very thin rabbit with skin like a rhino :() and has been munching his way through a huge pile of timothy hay for the last couple of hours. :love: He's trying to hop about a bit faster now and sometimes ends up falling to one side because of his weak back legs :( so we're trying to keep the exercise to short periods so he doesn't tire himself out too much.

Schez
05-02-2014, 07:13 PM
:love::love::love:
Just wanted to add my (((vibes))) for Taz. He's beautiful.xx

susie bun
05-02-2014, 07:22 PM
Well done to this wonderful little bun. He sounds a real trooper. :love:

Hugo's There
05-02-2014, 08:24 PM
He's still doing well and his face looks so much better already as much of the crust is dropping off now. He's had his 2nd steroid shot this afternoon (not an easy job on a very thin rabbit with skin like a rhino :() and has been munching his way through a huge pile of timothy hay for the last couple of hours. :love: He's trying to hop about a bit faster now and sometimes ends up falling to one side because of his weak back legs :( so we're trying to keep the exercise to short periods so he doesn't tire himself out too much.

Thanks for updating and for taking such good care of him. We can't wait to meet him :)

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KarenM
05-02-2014, 09:42 PM
We can't wait to meet him :)

You can't wait to meet ME you mean, surely...... ?? :p :lol::lol:

You'll love him, he's such a sweetie and so good with taking his meds but he has a little strop sometimes when it's time to go back in the crate. :lol::lol:

Hugo's There
05-02-2014, 09:46 PM
You can't wait to meet ME you mean, surely...... ?? :p :lol::lol:

You'll love him, he's such a sweetie and so good with taking his meds but he has a little strop sometimes when it's time to go back in the crate. :lol::lol:

:lol::lol: I suppose I can put up with you tagging along with bunny. Its the price we have to pay to get our new boy...............;)

Mrs. Bunnykins
05-02-2014, 09:52 PM
Gorgeous cute bunny vibes being sent by the bucket full. xxxxxx
Wish I could get to meet him....wish I could come and meet the bunnies at Rainbow Rabbits...and meet you too Liz. You are such an inspiration.:thumb:

Hugo's There
05-02-2014, 09:54 PM
Gorgeous cute bunny vibes being sent by the bucket full. xxxxxx
Wish I could get to meet him....wish I could come and meet the bunnies at Rainbow Rabbits...and meet you too Liz. You are such an inspiration.:thumb:

If you are ever over this way you would be very welcome to pop in :wave:

KarenM
05-02-2014, 10:06 PM
:lol::lol: I suppose I can put up with you tagging along with bunny. Its the price we have to pay to get our new boy...............;)

:lol::lol::lol:

Hugo's There
05-02-2014, 10:07 PM
:lol::lol::lol:

Good job you love me ;):lol:

MimzMum
05-02-2014, 10:12 PM
Taz is a great name! :) What a we soldier he is!
Many vibes and thoughts for him. Glad to hear he's getting about a bit better. Poor bub has been through it.
Stroppy is good...means there's lots of fight in him. :thumb: xxxx

susie bun
05-02-2014, 10:46 PM
*tries not to be jealous at the thought of someone visiting Rainbow rabbits* :evil:;):love:

Hugo's There
05-02-2014, 10:49 PM
*tries not to be jealous at the thought of someone visiting Rainbow rabbits* :evil:;):love:

You know you would always be welcome but make sure Steve is in or all you will get is a glass of water ;)

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susie bun
06-02-2014, 10:39 AM
I think we need another photo. :love:

hoppetylop
08-02-2014, 10:17 AM
This little chap has been in my thoughts-just wondering how hes doing?

KarenM
08-02-2014, 11:40 AM
You know you would always be welcome but make sure Steve is in or all you will get is a glass of water ;)

It's lucky I like water. ;):lol::lol:


This little chap has been in my thoughts-just wondering how hes doing?

He's still hanging in there, thanks for asking. :love: The photo below (just for Susan ;)) is from Thursday and there's a huge difference in his face already now lots of the nasty crusting has come off. He was hopping about last night and ended up toppling right over onto his back & struggled to get up :( but I think he was just trying to do too much too soon. Once he righted himself he seemed fine and he's been in the crate with lots of rolled up towels to help support him.

http://i1160.photobucket.com/albums/q481/KarenM33/Taz.jpg (http://s1160.photobucket.com/user/KarenM33/media/Taz.jpg.html)


He is such an easy bunny to handle and seems very happy around us humans; I do wonder whether he was well-loved at some point, or if he's just a laid back bunny or too poorly to have the energy to escape. All the kids love him and I have to give my eldest daughter most of the credit for taking care of him & she's doing a grand job.

MimzMum
08-02-2014, 11:49 AM
Awww..hello good lookin' :wave:
Sorry just had to sneak a peek at the photo, even if it was earmarked for Susan. :D
He is adorable. Sweet wee chap. I just love little black bunnies. :love:
Many more vibes for him to make a complete and swift recovery. xxxx

How lovely that your daughter is helping out. :) Always great to have another pair of hands. :thumb:

KarenM
08-02-2014, 11:56 AM
I'm sure Susan won't mind you looking. ;):lol: :D Being black makes him so hard to get a decent photo of but I will keep trying. :lol:

My daughter's training to be a vet nurse so he's in very good hands. :love:

biscandmatt1
08-02-2014, 12:02 PM
he's so adorable bless him. :love: hope he continues to make progress getting well again x

susie bun
08-02-2014, 12:35 PM
Thank you! :love::wave:

He's looking so much better, and the pink towel sets of his black fur beautifully. He has landed on his paws to be recieving such good care after whatever bad experience caused him to get into such a state.

I would love to stroke his wee head. Found my hand reaching out to the screen there! :oops:

Hugo's There
08-02-2014, 01:20 PM
OOh I can see pink skin under there, excellent :D:love:

KarenM
09-02-2014, 10:48 AM
The pink suits him, doesn't it, Susan. :love: :lol:

Liz, the skin underneath all the yukky crust is lovely and hopefully his fur will grow back really quickly now. :love: When it started coming off I was dreading what was going to be underneath tbh. :mrgreen: Most of the crust left on isn't actually attached to the skin, it's just all caked round the fur. He's grooming lots though and hopefully most should come off of its own accord now it's loose.

Crunchie
09-02-2014, 10:51 AM
He looks so sweet! I hope he recovers quickly and can start to enjoy being a bunny again.

tulsi
09-02-2014, 02:16 PM
Bless him. Looking forward to seeing him fully furred!

susie bun
09-02-2014, 02:32 PM
He's doing so well, and yes I really do think he suits a pink background. :love: I hope there is a nice selection of pink towels and blankets at Rainbow Rabbits.

KarenM
21-02-2014, 02:00 PM
Just a quick update. Taz is looking so much better already but still has a way to go.

His face fur is growing back nicely but the rest of him still feels like he needs a really good brush even though we've been doing it every day. He hasn't had any more seizures & is getting stronger; he's now able to lift both his front paws off the ground to groom himself without toppling over but is still wobbly on his back legs and one of them seems to turn in at a funny angle.

He's going back to the vet on Monday for a check up and, all being well, he should be going to Liz and Steve in a couple of weeks time.

Anyway, enough chat - can you see the difference already? :love:

http://i1160.photobucket.com/albums/q481/KarenM33/Taz19feb.jpg (http://s1160.photobucket.com/user/KarenM33/media/Taz19feb.jpg.html)

SJH
21-02-2014, 02:08 PM
Awe bless him!! :)


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Sarah1989
21-02-2014, 02:28 PM
I've only just seen this thread, but adding (((((((((((vibes)))))))) for Taz and glad he's feeling & looking loads better xx


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Karen's
21-02-2014, 02:56 PM
He looks so much better, what a difference! I'm so glad he is feeling better and getting stronger. Come on Taz, keep it up xxx

MightyMax
21-02-2014, 03:03 PM
He looks so much better, poor thing :)

Sending love and vibes for a happy ever after for the little chap :love:

Rabcat
21-02-2014, 03:04 PM
He is such a sweet little bun :love::love::love:

Sending lots of healing vibes for him xxxxxxx

Alibunmum
21-02-2014, 03:10 PM
What a difference, he is a very lucky boy to be in such wonderful hands.:love:

hoppetylop
22-02-2014, 02:59 AM
Hes looking very much better.What a handsome little chap:love::love::love:

MightyMax
22-02-2014, 04:38 PM
This little man came in to a local vet on Saturday as a stray after being found wandering the streets. :cry:

He had a seizure last night :( so has now also been to see a lovely exotics vet who's giving him a course of steroids which should help with all his issues & he's been stable since then. He's got ear drops for the mites and is also on panacur for the ec. Despite all he's been through he's quite bright and is eating really well so we're hopeful he has a fighting chance.

He's not the most attractive man right now, bless him, but that just makes him all the more lovable to us. So, yes, as title if you could keep this man in your thoughts it would be appreciated. :love:


Did the vet recommend the steroids to help with his seizure and possible e.c.? I have a bun who's had a seizure and I haven't been able to get any advice on what to do! My vet hasn't come across this sort of thing before so I'm trying to research ...

Thanks for any advice :D

susie bun
22-02-2014, 05:30 PM
Sorry I missed this yesterday. So pleased to see him coming on so much! :love:

Well done to you, and continuing vibes for the handsome little fellow. xx

Barn Yard Bunnies
22-02-2014, 06:13 PM
I completely missed this thread. OMG what a shock the first two photos are. You really cannot believe people let things get this bad. :(

Glad he has landed on his paws and is looking so much better and improving. :love:

KarenM
22-02-2014, 07:00 PM
Did the vet recommend the steroids to help with his seizure and possible e.c.? I have a bun who's had a seizure and I haven't been able to get any advice on what to do! My vet hasn't come across this sort of thing before so I'm trying to research ...

Thanks for any advice :D

Does your bunny have other symptoms that suggest EC? My vet has been specialising in exotics for many years & said he's very rarely seen seizures with cases of EC so he couldn't completely rule out other possibilities like epilepsy. Thankfully, Taz hasn't had a seizure since though.

Many vets would recommend panacur and metacam in cases of suspected EC but my vet felt that, with all the other issues Taz has that the steroids would be a better option for him overall (not just the seizure but the hind leg weakness & the severe ear mite infestation which would have been causing swelling and discomfort inside his ears).

I don't have any experience with seizures or EC though, so this has all been a bit of a steep learning curve for me so others might be able to advise more.

BYB, those first photos are what he looked like when we got him home after a 2 day stay at the vets. He originally looked even worse - they'd already shaved a lot of his face as it was so matted and crusted up, along with a lot of his underneath. The nurses didn't take a photo when he came in but it's hard to imagine how he must have looked at first. :(

MightyMax
22-02-2014, 07:26 PM
Does your bunny have other symptoms that suggest EC? My vet has been specialising in exotics for many years & said he's very rarely seen seizures with cases of EC so he couldn't completely rule out other possibilities like epilepsy. Thankfully, Taz hasn't had a seizure since though.

Many vets would recommend panacur and metacam in cases of suspected EC but my vet felt that, with all the other issues Taz has that the steroids would be a better option for him overall (not just the seizure but the hind leg weakness & the severe ear mite infestation which would have been causing swelling and discomfort inside his ears).

I don't have any experience with seizures or EC though, so this has all been a bit of a steep learning curve for me so others might be able to advise more.

BYB, those first photos are what he looked like when we got him home after a 2 day stay at the vets. He originally looked even worse - they'd already shaved a lot of his face as it was so matted and crusted up, along with a lot of his underneath. The nurses didn't take a photo when he came in but it's hard to imagine how he must have looked at first. :(

Hi Karen

Thanks so much for taking the time to reply :)

There's no prior evidence of him having symptoms of E.C., but his partner developed head tilt suddenly and the vet put them both on Panacur immediately. He had a seizure three weeks after starting the Panacur, which left him unable to walk. Fortunately he's much better now.

The vet feels the differential diagnosis for both of them is a stroke, even though both within three weeks is a coincidence. She would like more info on the subject but it seems to be something not a lot of people have experienced.

A good friend of mine has told me of a case with one of her rabbits which sounds very similar, but she never got to the bottom of the cause of that seizure.

Thanks once again Karen :)

KarenM
23-02-2014, 08:50 PM
No problem, and sorry I wasn't really of much help. I'm glad bunny's doing better already but it might be worth starting a new thread asking for advice on it though as others who've come across similar would be more likely to see it.

KarenM
25-02-2014, 05:00 PM
Taz went to the vet yesterday and also had his scent glands cleaned when he got home as one of them was absolutely minging :mrgreen: so he wasn't too impressed. He's definitely got more life in him now too as he thumped for the first 10 minutes of the car journey! :roll::lol:

His eyes had been watering a little over the past week but the discharge had become quite thick and sticky over the last couple of days so, even with regular cleaning, it was a little bit crusted again yesterday. He's had his tear ducts flushed and one was completely blocked so he's now on a course of depocillin injections, fucithalmic drops for the eyes and we have orabase to put on the surrounding skin to protect it. He looks a little worse now than the other day as a result of all the prodding about yesterday but hopefully the meds will help.

The vet wasn't worried about his weight but said that he has quite a lot of muscle wastage on his back legs so that's probably the cause of his weakness & wobbliness. The build up in his ears is clearing nicely so the ear drops seem to be doing the trick and overall we're pleased with his progress.

I think that covers everything :lol: so I'll leave you with this photo of the little monkey giving us his evil stare while he was waiting for that container full of pellets in the background to magically open. :lol::lol:

http://i1160.photobucket.com/albums/q481/KarenM33/DSCF8147.jpg (http://s1160.photobucket.com/user/KarenM33/media/DSCF8147.jpg.html)

Karen's
25-02-2014, 10:20 PM
Ah bless the little man, his fur does look in much better condition and shiny, and I can see his nose is getting better, even if it does still look very sore. He is getting there, slowly but surely, thanks to you KarenM. Hope his new meds make him feel better soon x

Kermit
25-02-2014, 11:09 PM
Wee bubba :)
Cute wee soul....continued get better vibes :)

Barn Yard Bunnies
25-02-2014, 11:12 PM
Poor boy at least he is getting the treatment he needs. Such a brave boy. :love:

angelmouse
25-02-2014, 11:29 PM
Did the vet recommend the steroids to help with his seizure and possible e.c.? I have a bun who's had a seizure and I haven't been able to get any advice on what to do! My vet hasn't come across this sort of thing before so I'm trying to research ...

Thanks for any advice :D

I had a bunny who had seizures after a diagnosis of EC, though I seem to remember there was a gap between them. I can't find all the vet records for that atm. She was treated with daily epiphen and lived a further three years on it, surpassing anyone's expectations. Watching a bunny sieze is horrible.

angelmouse
25-02-2014, 11:31 PM
Taz you are beautiful. Hope he is feeling much better now and enjoys his life at rainbow rabbits

MightyMax
26-02-2014, 12:35 AM
I had a bunny who had seizures after a diagnosis of EC, though I seem to remember there was a gap between them. I can't find all the vet records for that atm. She was treated with daily epiphen and lived a further three years on it, surpassing anyone's expectations. Watching a bunny sieze is horrible.

Thank you for this, I have never heard of epiphen. I'll let my vet know.

Yes bunny seizures are awful. I honestly thought he would pass away in my arms, he was in such a state.

MimzMum
26-02-2014, 01:17 AM
My gosh, Taz is looking great! :) What a gorgeous bubba! :love:
Sending continued healing vibes for him and hoping he goes from strength to strength. xxxx

Rabcat
26-02-2014, 09:00 AM
How lovely to see him looking better and his fur certainly is getting glossy :love::love::love:

Hugo's There
27-02-2014, 06:44 PM
Taz went to the vet yesterday and also had his scent glands cleaned when he got home as one of them was absolutely minging :mrgreen: so he wasn't too impressed. He's definitely got more life in him now too as he thumped for the first 10 minutes of the car journey! :roll::lol:

His eyes had been watering a little over the past week but the discharge had become quite thick and sticky over the last couple of days so, even with regular cleaning, it was a little bit crusted again yesterday. He's had his tear ducts flushed and one was completely blocked so he's now on a course of depocillin injections, fucithalmic drops for the eyes and we have orabase to put on the surrounding skin to protect it. He looks a little worse now than the other day as a result of all the prodding about yesterday but hopefully the meds will help.

The vet wasn't worried about his weight but said that he has quite a lot of muscle wastage on his back legs so that's probably the cause of his weakness & wobbliness. The build up in his ears is clearing nicely so the ear drops seem to be doing the trick and overall we're pleased with his progress.

I think that covers everything :lol: so I'll leave you with this photo of the little monkey giving us his evil stare while he was waiting for that container full of pellets in the background to magically open. :lol::lol:

http://i1160.photobucket.com/albums/q481/KarenM33/DSCF8147.jpg (http://s1160.photobucket.com/user/KarenM33/media/DSCF8147.jpg.html)

No-one told me about this new photo :shock:

KarenM
27-02-2014, 07:03 PM
Watching a bunny sieze is horrible.

I wasn't there when Taz had his seizure but my daughter said it was awful; Taz was screaming and she thought he was going to die. :(:(

Ooops, sorry Liz. *grovel grovel* :lol::lol: I've got a few more I was going to email you along with this one but you know me and my brain like a sieve. :oops::oops: I'll do it now before I forget again.

Amy & Amber
27-02-2014, 08:08 PM
:love:

susie bun
27-02-2014, 08:17 PM
Such a wee diddums. :love: Love him! xx

Karen's
02-03-2014, 11:17 AM
Just wondering how Taz is doing, is he still getting better?x

helgalush
02-03-2014, 11:25 AM
Just popped on to RU and seen this little guy's thread, what a lovely bunny and so wonderful what you are doing for him :love::love: What a little fighter. Sending vibes for his recovery xx

KarenM
02-03-2014, 11:42 AM
Just wondering how Taz is doing, is he still getting better?x

He's still doing well, thanks for asking. :love:

The meds are helping his eyes already as they don't seem to be crusting as much & he's due another tear duct flush sometime this week to help it along. He's such a good little patient and doesn't struggle at all. :love: It's hard to find enough skin to inject him though so I've been letting my daughter do that bit while I hold him :oops: (in my defence she's a trainee vet nurse so she's had more practice than I have! :lol::lol:)

His character's coming out more and more all the time & he's so different from the lifeless little bunny that just wanted to hunch up in the corner of the cage when I first met him.

Bluesmum
02-03-2014, 12:59 PM
He's still doing well, thanks for asking. :love:

The meds are helping his eyes already as they don't seem to be crusting as much & he's due another tear duct flush sometime this week to help it along. He's such a good little patient and doesn't struggle at all. :love: It's hard to find enough skin to inject him though so I've been letting my daughter do that bit while I hold him :oops: (in my defence she's a trainee vet nurse so she's had more practice than I have! :lol::lol:)

His character's coming out more and more all the time & he's so different from the lifeless little bunny that just wanted to hunch up in the corner of the cage when I first met him.

Great news :love:

Karen's
02-03-2014, 09:05 PM
Aah wonderful, glad he is doing well :love: