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    Meet Brewster. He is a 6 year old French lop x who has lived at a residential home for 5 years..adopted from PAH
    He has always lived alone and I was told some of the residents " are rough with him "
    He is overweight, huge dewlap, as fed fruity nuggets, carrots and sweetcorn which may also explain the state of his rear end
    He stank my car out and then my house. Pics don't show how bad his eyes are..really runny, sticky and matted. Evidently he went to a vet " some time ago " told it was conjuntivitis and given some eye drops. Despite it not clearing he's not been back.
    anyway here is the old boy..not great pics. His right eye smells and his rear is awful..pic after some of the mess had been taken off

    brewstersrear100120 by Jill Woodward, on Flickr

    His rear is disgusting and he's had that for "years" too and nothing done to find out whats causing it.

    Brewsterface100120 by Jill Woodward, on Flickr

    I really hope their residents get better attention.
    He will see our vet on monday.
    UPDATE today I cleaned his rear as much as he'd let me, trimmed his nails and washed his eyes. He is eatign well
    Jill

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    Poor boy I’m glad that he is safe with you now I hope he does well now he’s getting the care he needs xx

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    Oh poor lad, what a life so pleased he's now with you, really hope he improves quickly x
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    Poor boy, glad he's now safe with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by honeybunny View Post
    Meet Brewster. He is a 6 year old French lop x who has lived at a residential home for 5 years..adopted from PAH
    He has always lived alone and I was told some of the residents " are rough with him "
    He is overweight, huge dewlap, as fed fruity nuggets, carrots and sweetcorn which may also explain the state of his rear end
    He stank my car out and then my house. Pics don't show how bad his eyes are..really runny, sticky and matted. Evidently he went to a vet " some time ago " told it was conjuntivitis and given some eye drops. Despite it not clearing he's not been back.
    anyway here is the old boy..not great pics. His right eye smells and his rear is awful..pic after some of the mess had been taken off

    brewstersrear100120 by Jill Woodward, on Flickr

    His rear is disgusting and he's had that for "years" too and nothing done to find out whats causing it.

    Brewsterface100120 by Jill Woodward, on Flickr

    I really hope their residents get better attention.

    He will see our vet on monday.
    UPDATE today I cleaned his rear as much as he'd let me, trimmed his nails and washed his eyes. He is eatign well
    Sadly that is not always the case

    Poor Bunny, I hope he will soon start to feel a lot better once he has the treatment he needs x


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    Poor poor boy, this is so sad. I always feel very upset about the idea of rabbits living as 'pets in residential homes or nurseries. It seems very wrong to me. Will he be available to adopt eventually? I'm actually looking for a 5 - 6 year old to bond with my 5 year old doe, Jellybean

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    Thank goodness he is now safe

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    Oh Brewster, you deserve so much better from life I bet with care he'll become a beautiful rabbit

    I agree, you would think that so-called carers could have cared much better than this

    I agree also with Beapig a residential home or a nursery never seems ideal.

    I hope he finds a wonderful new home

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    heartbreaking to think the little lad has suffered so long - I'm glad you've come to his rescue

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    Saw this in Facebook and assumed he came from Pets at Home as he looks so much like my Louie.

    Get well soon, beautiful xx


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