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tobyluv
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I’m sorry that Velvet is dealing with stasis. Did the vet also give him a motility drug? That’s usually part of the treatment.

If Velvet is resistant to being force fed, sometimes you can get a rabbit to eat the Critical Care mixture from a dish or off of your fingers. You can mix a little plain canned pumpkin or baby food into the mixture to make it more enticing.

I hope he’ll be better very soon.