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Thread: Lord H U/D 19th July -Doing OK Again at the Moment :-)

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    So sorry to hear this, sending lots of vibes for you both. Xx

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    Loads of vibes for both of you xx

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    Loafs of vibes for Lord H and for you Jane.xx

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    Thinking of you both.

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    All the best for you both. This must be so hard.

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    Thinking of you both xx

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    Adding my vibes for you both. Sometimes living alone can feel really isolated and scary xxx

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    C says that Lord H does not need to be PTS today. She has assured me that he is not 'suffering', despite the fact that his problems are incurable. C pointed out that I may have gone into 'panic mode' due to my own health issues/chemo' etc. She is such a wonderful, compassionate friend and has said I can contact her at any time. I am so, so lucky to have such an amazing Vet who understands me as well as my Pets.


    Lord H has recovered well from his last seizure and what is utterly amazing is that Morse is able to alert me to when Lord H may be about to have another one. C also feels that the fact that Roisin (Lord H's partner) is 100% unfazed by his seizures is a 'good' sign.

    We known Lord H is on borrowed time, but I feel so much better having spoken at length to a Vet I trust to give me advice based on what is in the best interests of the Pet, not on what would maybe be 'easier' for me.

    Thank you all so much for your support. Today has not been one I would like to replicate any time soon xx


    Links to information about various health problems that can affect Rabbits :
    http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/sh...ealth-Problems
    NB- If you think your Rabbit is unwell it is essential to seek immediate veterinary attention.

    The Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund- a fantastic source of information about Rabbits

    https://rabbitwelfare.co.uk/

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    I'm pleased that C has been able to help. Sending Lord H lots of supportive vibes and lots of hugs to you.

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    Pleased C was reassuring. It's amazing Morse can sense this, he must be very intune with the rabbits. Xxx

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