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User is Offline LittlePuffyTail
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1/20/2013 3:21 AM
I'm glad to hear she made it through her surgery all right.

My vet usually keeps them longer as well, for spay/neuters we usually only pick them up around suppertime.
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User is Offline Velvet
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1/20/2013 3:23 AM
Posted By jerseygirl on 01/19/2013 09:06 PM
Ditto about the fasting. I was concerned reading that but very glad it didn't have adverse effect on Velvet and that she's been eating since.

Velvet started out as my 13 yo daughters rabbit, she's mine now and daughter says I spoil her, but, that's what she's for isn't she?

Haha, yes! Definitely : )

 

Well, they did say to get her started eating as soon as I possibly can, they said water was fine all night

 

Thanks to Ginger for starting this thread.

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1/20/2013 3:28 AM
Posted By Ginger on 12/20/2012 06:09 PM

She's wonderful! She still has the staples in. This coming Monday, Christmas Eve, will be 3 weeks since she had the surgery. I've been working non-stop but I'm gonna have to take some time out to take her to have the staples taken out, preferably before Christmas. Even if it's somewhere closer to home than her vet's office. I believe somewhere local would remove her staples if that's all they have to do. That's what I did at the beginning of the year when she had her other surgery.

Cotton says thank you for all those good vibes and wishes I've been getting!

 

Staples? Never mentioned any staples with velvet. Cotton must have had some serious surgery................. glad to hear she's doing so well.

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