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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > HOUSE RABBIT Q & A > Falling over and freaking out
Last Post by Jenny Blades at 7/08/2017 1:42 AM (0 Replies)
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7/08/2017 1:42 AM
Super new to this forum, but I'm curious if anyone has experienced this or may have some advice on how to help, my elder dwarf bunny will flop over when she sleeps, but when she goes to get up she starts flipping out and will just keep flipping herself. It's almost like she's a turtle stuck on her back, she stays in my room with me so I can listen out for her because usually it's in the middle of the night. I will go over to her and calm her down and help her back onto her feet, and then she is completely fine. I'm just afraid that because she is older she's going to injure her spine. Anyone have any idea why she would be doing this or? I'm thinking about padding her cage to help her?

Thanks in advance!

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