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Boston's Mama
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What do you worm with Sarah the Gemini ?

Azerane Oakley is indoors and no other pets ( except our betta fish boy Aladdin )
I mainly just worry because although the cocci risk is low in healthy people I believe it’s quite a risk for me if Oakley was to get it ( or carry it)
He has no signs or anything – I just worry…
Also cocci is apparently quite high here – usually the rabbitrys with it sell to petshops so it’s high in petshop bunnies here according to my vet ( Oakley is not from a petshop though)
Oakley has ISS so no veges here for him