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Hey, just joined this site as we are looking for some answers. We just recently got a baby holland lop male bunny. He is now 7 weeks old and has had no problems or accidents. Well we went to get him out of his cage this morning and he looks almost paralyzed. His head is cocked sideways and he will not move. He twitches and and tries but he is not moving. Any ideas on what it could be or what is going on, thanks
We live in texas where its usually hot, but it has been cool here lately, nothing over 90. Im not sure of the food he has at the moment. We took a bag from his breeder when we bought him. The only other thing he has eaten is alfalfa. We are trying to track down someone will look at him on a sunday