thanks for the info. i am just counting down the minutes until the vets office hours are open again. i wish there was an emergency overnight vet in the area that would treat rabbitsI would first stop all meds until you get to the vet, especially the baytril. I've read of people giving koalin or activated charcoal to bind the bacterial toxins, but it's not the usual recommendation, and it's not something I've ever tried, so I can't say if it's something I would do or not.
The most important thing is the vet getting your rabbit started on cholestyramin(Questran) right away, to protect the digestive tract from the toxins released by the pathogenic bacteria. Then the antibiotic metronidazole is usually given to counteract the harmful bacteria.
This is pretty serious if your rabbit really does have true diarrhea, so just get your rabbit to the vet as soon as possible.
right now he seems willing to eat more critical care. it is weird because the bowl of it is right there for him to eat when he likes, but he seems like he is having a hard time finding it. when i offered it to him on a baby spoon he gobbled it right up. cant help but wonder about his eyesight cause he doesnt usually struggle with that.
i still have some metaclopramide left i could give him, if that would help