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goodmorning, i was cleaning Yeti's box this morning and realized there was one single group of poop that resembled fish eggs... "/
they were runny-ish but still stuck together..
he seems back to normal now.. he had big noms for breakfast, he turned in to his usual poop machine again.. and now hes taking a nap.
is this just a weird "huh" moment?
has this happened to anyone else?
is this common?
looked up pictures thats EXACTLY what it was,
ive never seen them before.. i imagine hes been eating them but he left this one behind.
thank you thank you
so gross! ive hear/read up on them before but i've never been the one to look up pictures of poops.. so GROSS! blaaah, ill think twice next time i give him a kiss. (lol jk, i cant help myself when he looks so darn cute)
I would keep an eye on the cecals. Just as a passing thing to keep in the back of your mind as a bunny owner. If buns are being fed a too rich diet they will not their cecals like they're supposed to. So if you see a bunch uneaten and lying around it can be a good indication to cut back on treats.
thanks for the info. the only thing i introduced before i even saw the cecals was a single raisin. "/
perhaps raisins arent for him?
(i introduced the single raisin the night before i found the plop of cecals)
*he's not a "treat" bun... he will have banana but we dont keep them in the house... and he liked apples for a little while with no problem.. other than that he wont touch fruit and i refuse to buy store treats. his treats are his pellets.
hmmm, they do have that wonderful "bulk barn" here. i wonder if they might have something.. i know they have dried apricots. which i actually love eating so those could be an option.. my Husband enjoys taking raisins with him to work so i tried one with Yeti.. obviously not the best choice. -.-' ohwell! live and learn..
there were no cecals this morning during the litter scoop. so im thinking its completely out of his system and we're almost back to normal.