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    Quote Originally Posted by Barn Yard Bunnies View Post
    It's cost £600 so far, I expect £700 plus by the time you add vaccinations. I'm not sure when they are due.
    I don't think he has been vaccinated at all yet from what was said when I went to collect him. It's good he has been neutered too - ready to be bonded to a lucky lady bun one day maybe if he recovers well.

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    Great news, sending lots of vibes for his recovery xx

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    .Bless him. Will you be fostering him Amanda?
    I am fostering him.

    He will eventually need a lady friend too.

    The leg removal is remarkable, very clean and very smooth. Bing is resting on a cushion and I've partly covered the cage in a large towel, I think that has relaxed him. He is in our bedroom now.

    Two of my foster hamsters have been adopted in three days so I have more space.

    He is moving around remarkably well.

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    Speedy recovery Bing xxx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barn Yard Bunnies View Post
    I am fostering him.

    He will eventually need a lady friend too.

    The leg removal is remarkable, very clean and very smooth. Bing is resting on a cushion and I've partly covered the cage in a large towel, I think that has relaxed him. He is in our bedroom now.

    Two of my foster hamsters have been adopted in three days so I have more space.

    He is moving around remarkably well.
    fab. it'll be good to have updates. Maybe a photo

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    Bing hasnít had any vaccinations as of yet, we only had him for 12 days before the accident so neutering and vaccinations were on the cards but we just didnít get round to it. Thank you for txting me with updates, Iím really pleased to hear he has done well after his surgery. Thanks for all you are doing

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    Sending loads of vibes for Bing.

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    He can easily be vaccinated in the next few weeks.

    How is he BYB?
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    Stubborn as an Ox trying to get him to take tramadol, so far wasted two tablets, clogged a syringe and ruined a banana.. Eating ok, lots of poos. Lots of poos is always a good sign after an operation.

    I know Bing is getting bored but after two procedures want to keep him confined for 48 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barn Yard Bunnies View Post
    Stubborn as an Ox trying to get him to take tramadol, so far wasted two tablets, clogged a syringe and ruined a banana.. Eating ok, lots of poos. Lots of poos is always a good sign after an operation.

    I know Bing is getting bored but after two procedures want to keep him confined for 48 hours.
    Can you crush it up and put it in Ella's kitchen banana, banana, banana baby food? And syringe it? That's how I did it after Clementines legs op.. Or ask for liquid form

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