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    Default Confused/dazed U/D

    Is there any illnesses/diseases where the only symptom/after effect would be that the animal seems slightly confused to their surroundings and slightly dazed/not quite there? Or could it possibly be a weather thing?
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    EC or some sort of seizure ?

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    I was thinking that
    No other signs, she just doesn't seem completely there
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    Callisto was like this shortly before she died is the rabbit looking upwards a lot or facing or backing into a corner?

    It can be a sign of pain or neurological complaint.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sooz View Post
    Callisto was like this shortly before she died is the rabbit looking upwards a lot or facing or backing into a corner?

    It can be a sign of pain or neurological complaint.
    Not really, she seems confused as to who i am
    Seemed discusted that she was put on my lap - she normally jumps on herself. And when i moved away from the chair i was sitting on, she went over to it and looked on it, like she hadn't realised where i had gone, she normally climbs/scales my legs and tries to follow me.
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    Will she eat? Is there any possibility she may have banged her head or ingested a toxin?


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    Could it be a problem with her vision...

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    Jet does this, usually after a minor fit though and she appears blind for about 5 minutes.

    After that she is back to normal, eating and playing.

    She was treated for E.C to no avail, panacur didn't seem to make an impact during the 6 weeks either.

    We are now putting it down to neorological damage, possibly due to the damage done by previous EC spores.

    Hope she feels better soon, poor love


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    She is eating, took some greens to her, and she seems to have perked up a little bit. Incase it was a fit/seizure, i have put bedded out half her pen with deep hay, which she delightfully has started tucking in to.But i know something wasn't right.
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    Maybe a vision problem hope she's alright xx

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