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Posted By Sarita on 02/12/2012 03:28 PM
Sorry about Panda, but the only way to possibly know is with a necropsy and you sure wouldn't know it's bone cancer, that's pretty random.
yeah.. the girl is a nut head.... I truthfully didnt think she knew what she was talking about. I don't know much about rabbit illness. So I guess I kinda just believed her. lol. Maybe it could've been bone thinning? He seemed really week.
Posted By LBJ10 on 02/12/2012 04:51 PM
Oh no! Poor Panda! I'm so sorry you lost him. How old was Panda? I would think something else would be more likely. Did he seem sick at all? Could he have gotten into something that was poisonous? If he wasn't very old, it could have been something genetic that was wrong with him.
Panda was estimated to be 5-6 years old. And he did not seem sick... I have brought him to the vet before.. I only had him since last August.
And he most likely didn't I dont thik I have anything poisenous around the house...