Ok. So I'm not a rabbit guy. I don't have a problem with rabbits it's just not my preferred pet. My 30 year old disabled brother has a dwarf Charlie rabbit. He coddles it for hours and treats it better than any parent i know treats their kid. It wasn't pooping or eating or even moving from one spot for a week or so. He gets very irrational and starts getting anxious about the rabbit and has bern putting my 61 year old mom through hell. So i felt like i had to intervene. He cannot afford medication or to see a veterinarian. He called a local vet and explained this and the rabbits symptoms and over the phone he recommended he get a syringe and mix some warm water and dish soap up and give the thing an enema and 5cc of mineral oil orally. Well he decided he couldn't hold the rabbit for my mom to squirt the water and dish soap up its ass so I went there on my day off to do it for him. Well now we think we probably squirted it into its urethra or opening to its genitals (we haven't told my brother we think this because he skipped work today because of this rabbit being sick and is absolutely belligerent over this, getting hostile etc.) is it going to likely die from this ? Now it won't come out of a dark box and is just trying to lick all the mineral oil literally covering it's face, stomach and paws making all his fur clump. at least it's moving now. I told him to clean off the oil with a bit of soap and warm water because if it dies with all its fur like that it's going to look so pitiful. it's usually a very cute and sweet rabbit. but he's so anxious now he won't even talk about the rabbit anymore and won't let anyone touch it. has any on ever given a rabbit an enema? I think the vet was picking on him and is laughing his ass off thinking about this guy giving a rabbit an enema. Also what do you think will happen if we squirted the water and dish soap into its urethra or genital opening? Does this even seem possible ?