Thanks, Sarita- you have helped me out so many times and I really appreciate it
. It's good to know that the meds Bun is getting are appropriate- I really like this vet, but always like a second opinion too. He's not really quick to run lots of tests, which can be both good and bad.
BunBun is doing better today, I think. He's moving around more and his eyes don't seem to be scanning anymore- defintely better than last night. He's had 3 doses of Baytril & Metronizadole- I hope it's an ear infection. Thinking of it now, he has been getting a bit of goop in his eyes lately, esp the left eye. He had been laying with his head on the floor, but he does that when asking to be groomed or patted. Also, the side of his ear looks bald- maybe if it bothered him, he had been rubbing it. All this is stuff I usually would notice more, but I've been so distracted. Anyway, today I noticed Bun doing a little shake of his head, like his ears itched. He still loses his balance and fortunately won't jump up on anything- I've taken the 2nd floors off all their Binky Bunny hideouts just in case. I'm praying this will be an easy recovery.
I'm gonna call about the Critical Care today- maybe I can buy it at another vet if I have to. I would like sub Q's too, since Bun won't really drink or eat greens, but that's up to the vet- he's away until Tuesday too. I don't know the other vets there, but hopefully they're rabbit savvy.
Thanks for the healing vibes- they're much needed! My mom's condition isn't curable, but managable- she's just started treatment and is recovering from her hospital stay. She's always been my rock- I've gotta be hers now.
I'll keep you posted on how Bun is doing, but a least for now, it's looking better