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Forum DIET & CARE Autumn”s bout of Stasis RE: Autumn”s bout of Stasis


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Snow- glad to hear your bun came through it, not a good experience stasis.

Q8bunny- thanks, a suffering rabbit is one of the worst things.

jersey- well, the second vet was knowledgeable but unfortunately its too far away to change to from my local. They were great in there, clean, open all hours and very fast acting. The vet who saw Autumn was even a rabbit owner also. A poor woman who had lost her old dog was walked out by the sectary lady with her hand rested atop her shoulder as she carried the poor thing away. That memory is burned into me, such kindness and comradery of that was one of the most wonderful things I’ve seen. I take my hat off to them for what they do, even when tragedy is sadly inevitable.