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    Millions of vibes for your baby girl. Thank goodness you acted so quickly & she is under such a brilliant vet. I can understand you must be worried sick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    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
    I know jayne I'm sorry I'm just having a panic attack. I really don't want to loose her, her and Toby are my world :, (

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    I know jayne I'm sorry I'm just having a panic attack. I really don't want to loose her, her and Toby are my world :, (

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    I totally understand. Try to focus on the fact that she is in the very best place to receive any treatment that she may need. Without your prompt action she would be in much more trouble. Thank goodness you were so vigilant and you knew exactly what to do x


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    Yes, ingesting fur is normal and a part of being a rabbit. I know how you are feeling though and will be going through everything in your mind.

    As you know Tethra is currently by himself and I have noticed he has had a few poos strung together in the last couple of days. I immediately start beating myself up for not getting him some friends. We do this to ourselves don't we. But the fact is that if he had a friend, he could have ingested their fur instead.

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    Sending vibes and hoping for good news x

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    Ok so vets says she's had xray, clear tummy no blockage. She's eating hay and carrot. No poops yet. Waiting for poops

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Ok so vets says she's had xray, clear tummy no blockage. She's eating hay and carrot. No poops yet. Waiting for poops

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    Wahey - that's very positive so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Ok so vets says she's had xray, clear tummy no blockage. She's eating hay and carrot. No poops yet. Waiting for poops

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    So glad to hear this

    Of course a blockage crossed my mind the minute you mentioned the glucose score, but I didn't mention it because why have you worried over something that may not be, and isn't, the case?

    I am delighted to bits with your news and hope she recovers nicely
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    That's a much more reassuring update

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    So glad to hear this

    Of course a blockage crossed my mind the minute you mentioned the glucose score, but I didn't mention it because why have you worried over something that may not be, and isn't, the case?

    I am delighted to bits with your news and hope she recovers nicely
    Hmm I know. Her glucose count is back down to normal. I am wondering if she just had gas?

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