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    Such a great update Craig, and I'm so pleased that there are options to help Lillian, should she need it. She is so lucky having you looking out for her, and amazing husbun Leo
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    That's the kind of resolution every bunny parent longs to see. So glad for you, Lillian and Leo too. xxxx

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    This is the best update ever, so happy Lillian spent the day playing out too.

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    Wonderful news! Lots of love to Lillian. Leo and her humans X

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    Lovely update and beautiful photos of a beautiful rabbit

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    Aww lovely update.

    Fingers crossed metacam management does the trick!

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    Great update. Glad you have a plan and other options if needed.

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    So glad Lillian is back to her usual bunny self

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    Continuing to work on getting her weight down should benefit her bladder problems. Being overweight is associated with over active bladder syndrome/interstitial cystitis in women.x


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    Quote Originally Posted by InspectorMorse View Post
    Continuing to work on getting her weight down should benefit her bladder problems. Being overweight is associated with over active bladder syndrome/interstitial cystitis in women.x
    Absolutely agree jj. You missed your vocation in life - you should have been a vet.
    We are really working hard on getting that weight down in gradual steps. If we can continue with 100g per month then it’ll make a huge difference. She’s due for her jabs in a months time so we’ll know better then.
    So far things are very positive. Just cleaned them out and tons of wet newspaper today which is great.
    She’s outside monching on the grass as I speak.
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