Hi everyone I am new to this site just joined.... I am in desperate help for my poor rabbit boo boo who has a severe head tilt and closed eye. He developed this over a month ago. I have been going back to the vet many times only to be given Baytril his whole life for every abscess he has developed. It seems to take a long time to work and doesn't get rid of them all the way. The abscesses always come back. He has had one in his chin just under his teeth and I have been keeping it drained and cleaning it regularly and giving Baytril. All of a sudden pus stuff started coming out of his one ear and his eye on the same side one day. Went back to vet given more Baytril. Now he has a severe head tilt and closed eye. His head is completely turned sideways. It's so so sad. He falls often and even rolled trying to get up. But like right now he's standing normal with his head tilted completely sideways and he's eating just fine. He has not lost any weight and eats/drinks still. I went back to vet today, his usual vet is on vacation so we had to see a different vet in the same office we have never seen before. This vet told me I need to think about when to put him down!!! I was hysterical. I asked why haven't we tried any other medicines only baytril? He then prescribed sulfa. It's some pink liquid I am suppose to give him twice a day. Also I forgot he's on cipro eye drops for the one eye. That has not helped at all for several weeks now that he's been on it. Is there anyone out there who has had similar issues with their rabbits? If so what did you use or do. I have been reading online there are some natural plants they can eat to help this! But I don't want to try these unless someone knows they work. I think enchanthia is one of them. I prob spelled that wrong. I am just so sad and don't want to loose my little man. He's the coolest rabbit ever and has such a personality like a human I swear! Hes about 3.5 years old. My kids are so sad too they keep asking why boos head is sideways and why he's not better. I want him better but at same time don't want him to suffer. Like I said he eats and drinks normal still and doesn't seem like he's in any pain. He walks around fine even other then if he falls over he starts flipping around trying to get up. But I'm sure his neck hurts from his head being sideways! Please if anyone can help give me some advice or tell me what worked or did not work for your rabbit please let me know.