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I'm not sure if that would be possible, BUT my vet (which I didn't have until Lemur) said she has seen many bunnies from him and they always have coccidia. Some have been as bad as mine, but not all. I'm wondering if the kind of coccidia he has is a worse strain now, or if it mutated and is really bad, maybe its even more than one kind (possibly the kind that attacks the liver?). Or if just the stress of the coccidia has left them vulnerable to some other disease going around there thats new for him and is making them REALLY sick. Maybe I'll know more when Lemurs autopsy results are back.
*just cleaning things up*
Thanks Beka, thats a good point. I just went through and edited my posts to remove anything I don't want up.
I'm really missing Lemur - I've been cuddling his puppy at night, it helps me feel connected to him. It feels like he is watching over me and wants me to be ok.