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mollypeppa
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I was squeezing them out daily then rubbing and annticeptic cream right into the ‘crater’ left behind. But yes, i agree they havnt been flushed out properly. These things are so huge now i dont have the heart to keep squeezing her. I was surprised at how thick and paste-like rabbit puss is!
Unfortunately we live in a remote town and get a mix of locum vets. Getting a biopsy done now so we know what we’re looking at and then she’ll go under the knife. Did some research on poisonous plants for rabbits and read “anything with bulbs”. We have a few in the garden where we used to let her run and she’s clearly been eating them. So my suspicion is plant poisoning but i actually dont know what a symptom of that would be? As i write she just cracked out a huge binkie so still seems happy