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eh..geez...try to say this post heading five times fast!
Anyway, Loopy-Lop's bunny,Lollo, is going in for surgery Thursday to be neutered, and I know Loopy-Lop is probably nervous about it. I know I was when I had to take my bunny in.
So, Loopy-Lop. Don't worry, it's going to be okay! Lollo will be fine and he'll be back before you know it.
Here are some post surgery tips. http://www.rabbit.org/faq/sections/spay-neuter.html#pre-post-care
I'm sending Well wishing, happy peaceful, healthy healing vibes you and Lollo's way.
Sending massive chunks of good luck for Lollo, and calming vibes for Loopy Lop, have all his fave things in his cage for when he gets back, and be careful not to kiss all the fur off his head when he returns!!
My girls went in 3 weeks ago and after a night at the vets were out and about the next day jumping and binkying!! couldn't quite believe it! xxx
Most bunnies won't fake it only because it is in their instincts, as prey animals, to hide it in the first place.
Is he grinding his teeth at all? I know that some bunnies will do that when they are trying to hide pain. (it's louder and harder than the gentle grind of a purr)
He might of fallen on it wrong, or hurt a toe, or maybe he pulled something inside. I know that males are ready to get out and about after surgery, and maybe his mind was more ready than his body.
Keep us updated as to what the vet says.