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sweettaffy October 16th, 2005 10:21 PM

holland lop rabbit concern
I have a rabbit and noticed today he wont come out to play and noticed hes not eating or drinking and wouldnt even eat his bedtime snack. what are some things could be wrong

CyberKitten October 16th, 2005 11:46 PM

Please bring your bunny to a vet!! Rabbits need to eat and get sick very quickly if they do not. It is more difficult to try to feed a bunny but he needs fluids. You did not indicate his age - is he geriatric? Bunnies can sometimes be prone to digestive problems, some of which are very serious. (I speak from experience) Did he eat something that maybe did not agree with him or too much of it that may have caused his stomach to bloat? I really think he needs to see a vet!!

doggirl October 17th, 2005 12:13 AM

What are some possibilities? Way too many to list. And it's just not possible to speculate on this little information. Be careful what you see on the net, there is good information out there but there is also lots of garbage, and there are people who will give you advice or ask questions who really don't know enough to do so...needless to say this could be disastrous. I don't think you're going to get any idea of what's wrong with your bunny without taking him to a vet. Good luck.

sweettaffy October 17th, 2005 08:02 AM

holland lop rabbit concerns
I am bringing him to the vet this morning and he is 2 years old. Thankfull he does not eat what hes not suppose to like cords. I cant see my baby be this way tears me up ill post after vet visit.

Prin October 19th, 2005 12:59 AM

How did the vet go? :fingerscr

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