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    Quote Originally Posted by rolo View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Just letting everyone know there is Myxi in Pontefract.

    My son picked up a wild rabbit yest, blind and covered in lumps. Took it to the vet, he comfirmed it to be myxi and said the best thing would be to stop it suffering any more and he put the poor little thing to sleep.

    So be aware of your buns health.

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    My vet just posted that they have seen several cases of myxomatosis on Facebook. They will be around the Dereham, Norfolk area as that's where the practice is based.

    Anyone near me or the area - please be aware and keep your buns safe!
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    My dad has seen a few wild rabbits with bad myxi in the Castleford (West Yorkshire) area
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    Quote Originally Posted by DemiS View Post
    My dad has seen a few wild rabbits with bad myxi in the Castleford (West Yorkshire) area


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    Staffordshire area. Took misty for her jabs and the vet said it's going round, but even with the jab is still catchable. D:

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    Our vets is warning of a possible outbreak of myxomatosis in Bristol...

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    Several cases of myxi in the Upminster, Essex area

    https://www.facebook.com/25544777126...6916091453768/

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenM View Post
    Several cases of myxi in the Upminster, Essex area

    https://www.facebook.com/25544777126...6916091453768/

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    Whaaattt D: that's too close to home

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    Very close to me too! I don't have bunnies any more but I still worry for everybody else

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    Several more cases of Myxomatosis in Hadleigh, Essex. Numerous Rabbits purchased from one Breeder have allegedly had to be PTS

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/MyxomatosismapfortheUK/


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    NB- If you think your Rabbit is unwell it is essential to seek immediate veterinary attention.

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