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    Quote Originally Posted by Glingle View Post
    Vets have just phoned - she's been awake for about three quarters of an hour now. She's not eaten yet, but is doing well, so I can pick her up at 2.30. Thanks for all your good thoughts - they obviously worked
    I bet it wont be long before she's back to full on hay munching.................and her infamous spectacular poo output !! xx


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    Quote Originally Posted by Glingle View Post
    Vets have just phoned - she's been awake for about three quarters of an hour now. She's not eaten yet, but is doing well, so I can pick her up at 2.30. Thanks for all your good thoughts - they obviously worked

    The infamous RU vibes have worked again
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    Excellent news

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    I bet it wont be long before she's back to full on hay munching.................and her infamous spectacular poo output !! xx
    Because we've had constant snow, rain, hail and sleet I haven't been able to clean out the run for two and a half days... We might need wellies in the kitchen!

    The white ones still have frost on them, not mould!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glingle View Post
    Because we've had constant snow, rain, hail and sleet I haven't been able to clean out the run for two and a half days... We might need wellies in the kitchen!

    The white ones still have frost on them, not mould!
    ........... and a shovel to dig you and hubby out of a poo avalanch !!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Glingle View Post
    Because we've had constant snow, rain, hail and sleet I haven't been able to clean out the run for two and a half days... We might need wellies in the kitchen!

    The white ones still have frost on them, not mould!


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    We sling it on the raised bed if it gets wet and mushy. Will be interesting to see how the rhubarb does this year
    Willow is now home and feeling very sorry for herself in her green onesie. She's got Loxicom and a checkup booked for Monday. The vet nurse that did her handover to me lives next door but one to me and told me to knock at anytime if I'm worried about her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glingle View Post
    We sling it on the raised bed if it gets wet and mushy. Will be interesting to see how the rhubarb does this year
    Willow is now home and feeling very sorry for herself in her green onesie. She's got Loxicom and a checkup booked for Monday. The vet nurse that did her handover to me lives next door but one to me and told me to knock at anytime if I'm worried about her.
    Nothing like having a Veterinary Professional on call !!

    Lots of healing vibes being sent for your brave girl xx


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    I've nipped into the kitchen a couple of times and seen her eating hay, so I'm happy that she's recovering well. She's so not impressed with me though.

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    oh bless her, the indignity of it all

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