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Home Page Forums HOUSE RABBIT Q & A To spay or not to? Is my rabbit really spayed? (Female rabbit) (SAD UPDATE) RE: To spay or not to? Is my rabbit really spayed? (Female rabbit)


Lissy
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I’d advise getting her spayed, I got my bun a couple weeks or so and just had her spayed a few days ago (she’s almost 2 now) and while it’s hard to see them go through it, it probably saved her life as they found out she had developed cysts when she was under. With an 80% chance sometimes it’s just not worth the risk but again it is up to you, my family had a female bun previously (rescued) who was already 3 and we didn’t have her spayed. She lived until age, we suspect 9 (she spent 6 happy years with us but the previous owners didn’t know her exact age but they said 2-3)