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So today's surprise was a bunny full of nits and lice! xD Found that up after he's spent the better part of today being oh so brave and exploring the rest of my studio and hanging out with the cats and the dog. I haven't seen him scratch but did notice his hair looked kinda scruffy but just thought it was because he had been an outdoor bunny. Sigh. Oh well!
So he got half a doze of a cat Advantage Multi and I'm not too worried about my other pets because they got their monthly dose last week. I know I can't get them, but all the same just knowing he has them has made me itch all over xD
He finally got a name too, James Buns I was telling a friend last night that if I end up keeping him I'm getting him a girlfriend, naming her Jessie and getting them a Meowth plusshie lol.
Anyway. Here's a picture of him from yesterday sniffing the pup.
And he's a picture of his butt
This is a new one for me too! I am guessing it's not all that common? Fleas and mites being more of the common complaint when it comes to parasites. So advantage gets rid of them?
EDITED: Oh, you said Advantage Multi. I just did a little google search and though I read that Revolution kills lice, I DO NOT know if Advantage-Multi is safe - looking at the ingredients, it looks different than Advantage and Revolution, so I would caution against using it Advantage-Multi until you can consult with a rabbit-savvy vet. I know you already did, and if all is fine, that's great, but I would still double check before using in the future.