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    Hope he feels better soon. Sending lots of vibes for Ted xx


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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Helen View Post
    Hope he feels better soon. Sending lots of vibes for Ted xx
    Thanks Helen. He's just woken up and I have risked a peep at him, he's nibbling some bits of hay. I can't risk him seeing me seeing him as he'll stop

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    Quote Originally Posted by martlou View Post
    Thanks Helen. He's just woken up and I have risked a peep at him, he's nibbling some bits of hay. I can't risk him seeing me seeing him as he'll stop

    Cheeky boy!

    Hope he continues nibbling

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    Sending lots of vibes for Ted xx

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    Sending mega munching vibes for Ted!! I'm always late to your threads, sorry!! Glad he is munching a little at least, I hope he improves more later xx


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    Quote Originally Posted by ripminnie View Post
    Sending mega munching vibes for Ted!! I'm always late to your threads, sorry!! Glad he is munching a little at least, I hope he improves more later xx
    Certainly no need to apologise, I don't spend enough time round here. He's not impressed with us at all! He has just had his zantac and is sitting looking a sorry for himself in his litter tray. He did eat a little bit of bunny biscuit I baked this afternoon though, which surprised me but anything going in I'm happy about as long as it starts coming out as well.

    Little Ted and Rosie

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    Quote Originally Posted by martlou View Post
    Certainly no need to apologise, I don't spend enough time round here. He's not impressed with us at all! He has just had his zantac and is sitting looking a sorry for himself in his litter tray. He did eat a little bit of bunny biscuit I baked this afternoon though, which surprised me but anything going in I'm happy about as long as it starts coming out as well.

    What's your recipe for bunny biscuits L?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    What's your recipe for bunny biscuits L?
    Well it's Rabswood's recipe really, so I will credit her with it! There's not really any measuring, but it's roughly half an inch of warm water in a pint glass with a teaspoon of runny honey stirred in. Put this into a bowl with a grated apple and mix in porridge oats and sunflower seeds so there's no liquid left and it's quite sticky. Squash into balls onto a baking sheet and press down to flatten - I did this recipe today and it made 24 biscuits which were about an inch round and maybe 5 mm thick. Put them in the oven at gas 5 until they look cooked, it takes about 20 mins. Turn them over and turn the oven down to gas mark 1 or 2 then leave them until they've gone hard. I didn't really time this bit but I'd say it took about an hour or more. If you put greaseproof paper on the tray they don't stick at all.

    I've made them twice now and they're not as hard as the ones from the fayre but the bunnies seem to really like them. They smell like flapjack when they're baking and obviously all the ingredients can be eaten by humans though I haven't tried one yet!

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    Ted's doing well this morning. He's eaten most of his breakfast herbs and veg and some bits of hay. He's also done quite a few poos which are smaller than usual but they're not misshapen. It normally takes a few days to get to that stage so I think he's doing well so far 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by martlou View Post
    Ted's doing well this morning. He's eaten most of his breakfast herbs and veg and some bits of hay. He's also done quite a few poos which are smaller than usual but they're not misshapen. It normally takes a few days to get to that stage so I think he's doing well so far 😊
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