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    Oh bless her, no wonder it was causing problems, poor baby. Hope she feels loads better soon xxx
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    I hope that they are both recovering well today.
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    How is the J&B household today?

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    Oh my ,poor Boo having that . She must be feeling better with that gone.Healing vibes for your buns.x

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    Thank You guys. They are doing ok. I was worried about Joey last night, I think he found the whole experience mega stressful He was fast breathing & not eating much . Loads of his & mouseys poos all over the floor this morning. His are actually good shape, colour & consistency, just a bit smaller. As we know Boobly turns in to a human at midnight. She slept in her underbed lair the whole night, I had to bring her down at 9:30. She worries me that girl. She has way better bladder control than me. It was a lol moment when she bombed in to the litter tray to have the longest wee ever with the most serious of expressions. Generally she is eating fine, possibly a little subdued - she was last night.

    So recovery is a little slower than usual but I'm ok with their progress. These 2 really do highlight how differently bunnies cope. Boo just gets on with stuff, Joey is clearly a very sensitive soul indeed xx

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    Mouseypie is over the moon polishing off the multitude of offerings to Joe. I'm lucky she is the thin one with a rocking digestive system. She is poop queen

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    I hope they are soon feeling a lot better. Boo is a very brave girl

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    I’m glad Boo is rid of that tooth and sending lots of speedy recovery vibes

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    How are Joey and Boo doing? I hope they've perked up a bit more this afternoon.

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    Thank You all. Scrappy they are in snoozy mode so I've had to take a break from poo assessment & dietary monitoring. Here they are now, they seem ok

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