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    So sorry to hear your sad news of Poppy and I hope Rosie continues to make a speedy recovery.
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    I am so sorry about Poppy. Hugs xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by s.tephen View Post
    Jesus what else can happen

    Just had the call from the vet to say our beloved Poppy has had a reaction to the anaesthetic from the neutering and that there is no hope

    My poor daughter will be heartbroken

    Not sure how to go forward from here, thankfully Rosie is recovering well


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    Iím so very sorry that is terribly sad.

    With regards to how to go forward, Rosie will need time to recover from her spay, and once her hormones have subsided it might be best to think about getting a friend for her from a rescue, the rabbits will be vaccinated, spayed/neutered already
    And they may help with bonding too. The easiest match would normally be a neutered male rabbit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s.tephen View Post
    Jesus what else can happen

    Just had the call from the vet to say our beloved Poppy has had a reaction to the anaesthetic from the neutering and that there is no hope

    My poor daughter will be heartbroken

    Not sure how to go forward from here, thankfully Rosie is recovering well


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    Oh my goodness I am speechless

    Tragic does not even begin to describe what has happened

    I do not 'know' you or your daughter, but I am sending you both some hugs



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    I am so very sorry
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    Many thanks for you thoughts and advice

    I have just spoken with the vet and I think we will be getting Rosie Ralf a mate as soon as possible

    We will leave it a week or so then hopefully with the help of a rehoming centre we will introduce another bun mate and try to bond them, Rosie is only 14 weeks and apparently that makes bonding a bit easier

    I have to go back and get Rosie at 5, Isabelle will be home from school by then


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    I'm really sorry, what a horrible thing to happen xx

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    I am really sorry for you! As Rosie is a boy your best plan would be to look for a neutered girl. He is still very young so should accept a new friend easily. If you see a boy you like, bonding them might be far more difficult. I hope Rosie recovers well from his op.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonibun View Post
    I am really sorry for you! As Rosie is a boy your best plan would be to look for a neutered girl. He is still very young so should accept a new friend easily. If you see a boy you like, bonding them might be far more difficult. I hope Rosie recovers well from his op.
    Agree with Tonibun, I didnít realise Rosie is a boy when I replied earlier

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

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    Yes sorry, itís a long story....


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