Rehabilitating a cottontail

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BabyRue

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I have no advice. All I can say is he is so adorable! And you are a very wonderful caring soul for helping the lil guy. Best wishes to you an bun <3
 

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Sir Canolli has some infection in his incision area still in three separate spots. I'm hoping the vet will help clean them up tomorrow - this puss is so thick I can't possibly squeeze it out right now (he has four rapidly closing holes in his chest).

Any ideas how to actually inhibit wound healing? Tomorrow if we make a new incision it doesn't help if it heals right back up.

Either way, I'm very hopeful of recovery at this point. The vet loves him, too, and didn't charge me for his last office visit!
 

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Ohhh he's so cute and tiny! He's got long skinny limbs too D: so adorable!

Cottontails are so beautiful :) We have tons around here and whenever I have my niece we go rabbit "hunting" so she can toss them carrot slices :)

Sending Cannoli get well wishes!
 

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