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BassCase4
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Haha Vienna Blue, I completely agree that is literally my worst nightmare for the situation!!! I know my vet said they have some rabbits who would sit still and you can hold them and do anything with them, but my bun is the complete opposite!

I never thought of asking to screen in a separate room! They do that for humans I don’t know why I didn’t think of asking for a rabbit. I will definitely try that. I can’t even imagine how you juggled your bunny with one hand while they checked you, I feel like I always need another person to help me secure her in a towel, let alone hold her in one hand at the airport! Thank you guys so much for all the advice (wee wee pads are a great suggestion!)

Will definitely give an update once we arrive safely in NYC in February