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    Default New boys in town

    Hello everybunny!

    A little bit about mine buns. Younger first. Sherlock wil be one year old 20.2. hip hip hura. He alredy had 2 dentals behind him. One at the age of 6 months when he was neutered. And then I was observant enough to see he became a bit of messy eater. He had another dental last month. He is contained to hallway with invitation to kitchen area. Not free roamed as he gets in too much trouble at this point.

    I am his third owner. Why third? well young kids wanted a cute little bunny. Korona time here we come....THe got bored. Give him to bunsitter while they went on hollidays in the summer...They did not want him back. So...The call came "URGENT NEED OF HOME".... SUre. Bring him.

    He is 2 lbs and a change, crazy little fella, running around, singing Don't stop me now and also Do not touch...Slowly we are getting there where he can be touched and stroked, Grooming is hard to do, cliping nails mission impossible-vet to the help.

    But he is a cutie pie.







    And Brko. 5 year old mini rex mix, velvet fur and aprox 2.8lbs. He is very cudly, lovabale and cutipie. Free roamed. In June he lost his bun wife. He grieved, i was making sure he eats, gave him TLC, and syringe of appetite buster. We got through. In november I noticed he is a bit less active, eats a bit less hay, smaller poops, one day he had discharge from one eye....Vet. X-rays. Shock. Roots of teeth are elongated, abscess in periorbital area. Extraction of 2 teeth, month of 2 types of antibiotics, 2 types of pain meds, eye gel...My little champ was happy and bouncing like crazzy. Now I just talked to the vet-jup. He needs check up under general anesthetic. He is drooling again, he is a bit less active, he declines hay but still eats soft food and pellets.



    Do you see mesh? Little rascal Sherlock got the invitation to the kitchen, so we can get to know eachother withouth fighting.




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    Adorable bunnies lovely photos

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    Aww, they're both so cute. Wonderful photos. It looks and sounds like they're very well-cared for and have a lovely space to play in. I love the big sandbox Sherlock's playing in. I hope Brko's check-up will go well and that they can help him be more comfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoobec View Post
    Adorable bunnies lovely photos
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    Beautiful bunnies, they have a lovely space each, I really hope the dental goes well. Thank you for sharing.
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    Oh my, what beautiful little cuties

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    Really lovely bunnies

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    Beautiful bunnies.

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    so cute

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    Brown boy Brko was at the vets yesterday. I wish he had an appoinment a week earlier but that is on my calender for next time. Hes teeth are now filed down as much as possible. He already had some cuts. He is back on NSAID Meloksikon to be exact. Wich he loves, it is yummy. He alredy nibbled some hay yesterday-yey for digestion. So for now soft type of hay, veggies and herb as usual and back to 1 spoon of pellets.

    We will keep the fight on, if he will be happy chappy. If at any point this becomes too much for him I will let him go to meet his late bunw wife.

    I also wish I will be soon able to buy Science Selective Four+ for my boy and Fibafirst. (due to Brexit this is now impossible and local retailer just does not care for these two products :/ )

    With his stuffed bestie

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