Yes, it's possible and also the critical care which is like pellets.Could this be due to the pellets? Our vet (who is specialized in Rabbits) told that we should feed her pellets if she is in this bad health. So before yesterday we gave her more than her regular portion.
I'm not a vet but I can check in the Handbook of Rabbit Medicine if you want. But your vet will surely interpret the test for you? Very often there are a few values outside the normal range and it's nothing to worry about.do you know these levels? If yes, i can upload Bolyhos' blood test paper.
That doesn't sound good. Has she been eating and pooping today?The vet (exotic vet qualified) told us that the kalcium level is something to be concerned of, it can indicate kidney failure, but it's not 100% sure.
So the vet's examination was like:
4x4 is 16 and 5x5 is 25 so going that way it's nothing but also something that looks like nothing which is something.
It was like giving me the paper and I do the analysis.
The only additional thing they told us is that her stomach is like full of liquid and gas and it just doesn't seem to empty.