Some of you remember about my rabbit Thumperina who was supposedly diagnosed with cancer about a month ago. By the way, she seems to be doing fine! pooping great, moving wonderfully, and has all the interest in life. Another rabbit that I have is a neutered male who is overweight. When Thumperina got sick, I think he got a little depressed. Some time ago I noticed he is not using their litterbox. HE would just leave puddles on the carpet and the carper sometimes was throughout wet when I was cleaning poop before the next evening (they go outside for the day, the carpet is in garage). I saw that he had wet butt but my impression that it happened because he wasn't moving enough (he would just pee where he was, and because of his weight he would get stained in urine) He also shakes his ears from time to time. I treated then with Revolution about a month ago. I see a bit of wax inside his ears but nothing bad. He wasn't see by a doctor recently, but Thumperina was seen by several doctors and none of them thought that she had mites (she also shakes her ears from time to time). I also noticed that his breathing is more frequent than it used to be - all the time. Like something is bothering him...I have a feeling that his poop might have been on a smaller side. He also doesn't drink any water and not eating much hay (bad, bad, I know) Right now, I can't afford taking him to the vet since I have been spending a lot of thumperina's care. I will try to make it possible though. In a meantime, any suggestion what could be going on with him? I decided to start him on semithicone to see if it helps with anything and on metacam that I give Thumperina. Maybe some critical care for fiber if he allows me... He is eating his veggies and pellets OK. I also have baytril leftovers that I got some time ago for Thumperina, used it for only 3 days and stopped (upon vet advice) since she wasn't improving back then. It is suspension (crashed tablets), I can't see the date on it (its faded) but I think I got it about 3...3.5 weeks ago. Do you think I could give him some baytril to see if it helps? it's been in the cabinet in a closed container with no light access. (he is a bit heavier than thumperina so i would increase her dose a little bit). Thank you for any thoughts and ideas !