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Last Post by lashkay at 9/24/2011 10:46 PM (12 Replies)
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User is Offline ain
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9/07/2011 5:43 AM

 anyone plisssss help me!!!

y my rabbit;s testicles bcome like that ?

 


User is Offline Sarita
(Dallas)
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9/07/2011 6:05 AM
Please get your rabbit to a vet right away. That doesn't look normal to me.

User is Offline Chessie & JJ's Mom
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9/07/2011 3:17 PM
Your sweet bunny needs medical attention ASAP
Hope he gets better soon!

User is Offline Kokaneeandkahlua
Edmonton, Alberta; Canada
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9/07/2011 6:03 PM
{{{Vibes}}} He needs a vet-please keep us posted!
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User is Offline Beka27
Cleveland, Ohio (USA)
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9/08/2011 1:54 AM
He needs to see a vet right away. If you do not have a rabbit vet, let us know and we may be able to assist you in finding one in your area.
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User is Offline Mr. Lopity
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9/08/2011 4:49 AM
Medical help! ASAP! I hope its not something to serious!

User is Offline lashkay
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9/08/2011 4:26 PM
Please let us know how he is now...were you able to take him to a vet? Please update and let us know what's going on. He does need to see a vet. You're not having problems taking him to a vet, are you? HUGS

User is Offline Starmoniiglisten
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9/24/2011 10:14 AM
Hunny it looks like he might have been biting them, but even still they wouldnt turn like that... you need to take him to the vet.. And i know it gets annoying when you ask for help and all ppl say is Take him to the vet, but this looks serious. Dont neglect the poor bun Please keep us updated.. Good luck hun.

User is Offline MimzMum
Interior Alaska
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9/24/2011 12:09 PM
If anyone would like to catch up on this rabbit's case, there was a resolution at this forum:
http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/s...-my-baby..

I hope the leaders don't mind my posting this link, even though this is one of our older threads. Looks like this bun was able to be helped after all.
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User is Offline MimzMum
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9/24/2011 12:24 PM
Sorry, no idea why that double posted, I'm on my mobile and can't edit it. If a mod would kindly remove the duplicate, thank you.
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User is Offline lashkay
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9/24/2011 6:31 PM
MimzyMum, thankyou thank you for posting this! I had been agonzing about this person's bun's infection and it had been eating at me. After we didn't hear back again on this forum from Ain, I could only doubt that the bunny made it and it is so uplifting to hear that he did! Would you know what the herb leaf that she said she gave tablets to him with, is called in the U.S.? Siam Weed, Christmas Bush...what would that be and is it available in the U.S.? THANKS again for posting. hope all's well with you and your buns!

User is Offline MimzMum
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9/24/2011 7:55 PM
Sorry lash, I've no idea what that is. Just looks like a tea leaf to me. I hope it was something healthy for the bun.
I was glad he recovered as well. I sympathize with the lack of proper vet care in some countries. Lucky for the bun the owner was persistent.
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User is Offline lashkay
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9/24/2011 10:46 PM
Yes, persistence usually pays off. But with bunnies...I really didn't think her bunny was going to make it. Poor little guy! Thank goodness, she's cleaning him with antiseptic and putting cream on, plus giving him the antibiotic. Sounds like a good regimen and he looks so much more normal in the recovery pic she posted.
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