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    Poor Millie, I do hope that she will not require surgery

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    Thinking of you and Millie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Giving her injectable metacam, midazolam and conceous xray

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    Lots of vibes for Millie xx

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    Sending lots of vibes for her xx

    Binky free at the bridge Boots, you will never be forgotten xxxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Poor Millie, I do hope that she will not require surgery

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    That's what I am thinking. ...I hope it's not a blockage xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    That's what I am thinking. ...I hope it's not a blockage xx

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    Well if it is the fact that you have acted so promptly by getting her straight to a Rabbit Savvy Vet means she has the very best chance of pulling through. You did exactly the right thing by her.


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    Guys I'm really sorry I'm really panicking. What if it's fur from grooming Toby? There's nothing else it could be other than gas maybe? Omg why is this happening

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    Last night she ate pellets, excel mountain herbs, oat hay, normal hay and dried marigolds

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    At vets, she would usually be off that table running around

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    She is now receiving A* Veterinary care, of course you are worried, but there is every chance that she will be able to recover. Ingesting fur is 'normal' for Rabbits, their own and that of their companions. So try not to second guess what has happened (easier said than done, I know). Hopefully you'll hear from the Vet again very soon xx


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