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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    Brilliant Has anyone estimated how old she is? She looks to be fairly young on your pics.
    Under a year we think. She has grown a lot over the last couple of weeks !


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Under a year we think. She has grown a lot over the last couple of weeks !
    And now you know it's all Elsa Did any of the rescued females turn out to be pregnant? I presume the deadline would have been the same for all.
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    Elsa has had her Filivac. She was such a good girl Adam is very pleased with how well her wound has now healed. Adam actually carried out the surgery and I had not realised how close we came to losing Elsa. Not only because Adam struggled to close the wound. It was so badly infected so a huge amount of tissue had to be removed. Adam said he had to use an enormous amount of internal sutures as well as the external ones. He also said that she was very unstable under GA as she had such a high fever due to the infection. They had a few very scary moments with her. And of course as the op' was so big she was under GA for some time. All in all Elsa is an amazing Rabbit. Despite all she has endured she is such a gentle, fun loving soul

    How lucky am I that ARC have entrusted her to my care


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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    And now you know it's all Elsa Did any of the rescued females turn out to be pregnant? I presume the deadline would have been the same for all.
    Sorry, missed this. AFAIK there have been no more Kits, there were already 26 !!


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    Elsa's spay is booked for the 9th April..................*gulp*.............


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    Good luck Elsa.

    I see quite a few of the bunnies are reserved, being bonded and getting new homes. They are all great characters and very friendly.

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    I'm pleased to read Elsa is safely vaccinated.

    I hope her spay calms her down - blooming hormones!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barn Yard Bunnies View Post
    Good luck Elsa.

    I see quite a few of the bunnies are reserved, being bonded and getting new homes. They are all great characters and very friendly.
    Adam was saying what wonderful characters all of the Rabbits have. Amazing given all they have been through.


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    She sounds such a lovely girl, all the things a bunny should be She's also dead pretty Best wishes for 9th April!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Elsa has had her Filivac. She was such a good girl Adam is very pleased with how well her wound has now healed. Adam actually carried out the surgery and I had not realised how close we came to losing Elsa. Not only because Adam struggled to close the wound. It was so badly infected so a huge amount of tissue had to be removed. Adam said he had to use an enormous amount of internal sutures as well as the external ones. He also said that she was very unstable under GA as she had such a high fever due to the infection. They had a few very scary moments with her. And of course as the op' was so big she was under GA for some time. All in all Elsa is an amazing Rabbit. Despite all she has endured she is such a gentle, fun loving soul

    How lucky am I that ARC have entrusted her to my care
    I’m glad that the filivac went well she is such a fighter and Elsa is the lucky one, ending up with you

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