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You might need a hot water bottle or hand warmers (wrapped in towel) to place near her when she comes home. Rabbits can get cold after surgery and that is dangerous for them. She needs to be able to move away from the heat if she doesn’t want it. She will be groggy when she comes home, but that is normal. You shouldn’t leave her be all night but sleep near her cage and get up a few times to check on her and try to get her to eat a little.

I hope everything goes smoothly and please keep us posted!