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    Default Bonding Archie and Pandora 31.07

    They are being castrated today! 9 months old.
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    Sending vibes that all will be well.x

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    Good luck boys
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    Sending lots of vibes to Charlie and Archie

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

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    Sending lots of vibes for your two boys. I hope they're soon home and recovering well.

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    Loads of vibes for the boys xxxx
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    The Vet has just 'phoned - I can pick them up at 1 pm! She mentioned something about a protective suit, I wasn't sure if she meant for herself or the Bunnies. I was speaking on the MP and I can't catch everything people say. She said they are all right, just feel a little uncomfortable! Thanks for all the vibes. Another person arrived while I was waiting. Her rabbit wasn't eating, so the Vet decided to keep him in. Fingers crossed he is ok.

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    I’m glad that they can come home. I know some people have used baby vests or a special rabbit suit but I think most people don’t bother, unless they are biting their wounds.

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonibun View Post
    The Vet has just 'phoned - I can pick them up at 1 pm! She mentioned something about a protective suit, I wasn't sure if she meant for herself or the Bunnies. I was speaking on the MP and I can't catch everything people say. She said they are all right, just feel a little uncomfortable! Thanks for all the vibes. Another person arrived while I was waiting. Her rabbit wasn't eating, so the Vet decided to keep him in. Fingers crossed he is ok.


    When Rudey had his Joey inflicted wound the vet gave us a little green bunnygrow in case he chewed it - well i say gave, it was 25 so watch your bill

    Pleased to hear your boys are through their ops & hope they recover well

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    Well, we are home! The boys are as dead - I have never seen a rabbit in this state before. They are both wearing a suit. Should I keep them in the Carriers until they start coming round? I think I will. Can they wee with these suits on? I will keep checking them.

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