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    Spudsey what a little star she is. Glad she must be feeling ok. 12 is an amazing age

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Spudsey what a little star she is. Glad she must be feeling ok. 12 is an amazing age
    She certainly is! Need to find something to put down on my laminate floor so she can have a little bit of exercise later. Hate these indoor cages!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beatrix Potter View Post
    She certainly is! Need to find something to put down on my laminate floor so she can have a little bit of exercise later. Hate these indoor cages!
    Bless. Hope she is continuing to do well. Did you manage to get her some apple sticks btw?

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    We had a vets appointment with Simon at the cat@rabbit clinic today. He thinks it's looking less like myxi 😊 she may have got something in it or caught it herself but we'll never know. Continuing with penicillin injections, eye drops and metacam and back again next week with Simon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Bless. Hope she is continuing to do well. Did you manage to get her some apple sticks btw?
    Yes I did thanks! Although ordered from hop to forage and Galen's garden. Think it was the ones from GG that were more preferable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beatrix Potter View Post
    We had a vets appointment with Simon at the cat@rabbit clinic today. He thinks it's looking less like myxi �� she may have got something in it or caught it herself but we'll never know. Continuing with penicillin injections, eye drops and metacam and back again next week with Simon.
    Sounds as though she is recovering, from whatever the issue was. I hope she will soon be 100% better xx


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    Hi All
    Just a quick update on Spudsey....she's permanently indoors at the moment and has slowly adjusted to being in the warm and with lots of attention! Her eye is still very sore, the vet said it looks like her eyelid is stuck to her third eyelid so it must be quite sore She has also got snuffles again for the third time this year, although this seems to be getting a lot better with daily nebulising and yet another course of penicillin injections. Whether she reaches her 13th (!) birthday in April I don't know, we're just lucky to still have her at the moment.

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    Iím glad she is indoors and enjoying the attention sending lots of vibes for her x

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beatrix Potter View Post
    Hi All
    Just a quick update on Spudsey....she's permanently indoors at the moment and has slowly adjusted to being in the warm and with lots of attention! Her eye is still very sore, the vet said it looks like her eyelid is stuck to her third eyelid so it must be quite sore She has also got snuffles again for the third time this year, although this seems to be getting a lot better with daily nebulising and yet another course of penicillin injections. Whether she reaches her 13th (!) birthday in April I don't know, we're just lucky to still have her at the moment.
    Wow, I cant believe it is 13 years since you started hand rearing her !! How amazing that she is still fighting on despite all the health problems she now has. Spudsey must be so very special to you and I am sure you are treasuring every day that she remains with you. What an exceptional little Wildie Bunny


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Wow, I cant believe it is 13 years since you started hand rearing her !! How amazing that she is still fighting on despite all the health problems she now has. Spudsey must be so very special to you and I am sure you are treasuring every day that she remains with you. What an exceptional little Wildie Bunny
    I didn’t know Spudsey’s story, she is certainly amazing, and a credit to your care

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

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