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Old 06-09-2017, 04:08 AM   #21
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He sounds like an ADORABLE handful of sass to me.


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Old 06-09-2017, 03:59 PM   #22
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He sounds like an ADORABLE handful of sass to me.
He is pretty awesome. But he just became a whole lot more expensive today. Ash ate somethinh yesterday that has him not acting himself this morning wouldnt eat regular food, treats, even critical care was refused. Pooped once (this was the most alarming) so now he is the care of the vet and hope to know more around 3:20pm (its 10:57am as I write this) the tech guesses he ate some carpet and it has him backed up. Our normal vet is unavliable and i dont quite feel this vet has best interest of animals at heart... reviews are poor but they are all dog owners, rabbits are a whole different animal. They said they take rabbits though. Ugh so stressed right now


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You can buy fresh mint at the grocery store, lots of bunnies go for that. Also try other herbs like cilantro and parsley.
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Well Ash is back home and eating again. Vet says he likely ate something that left his stomach upset. His stomach is making all the normal sounds and his appetite is back as is his ability to make more droppings in a minuet than imaginable
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GOOD!!!! I was worried about him! <3
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I was too


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