Das Bild ist vom letzten Fotoshooting mit dem Kleinen.😓 Ich habe leider nicht so viele Bilder von ihm gemacht, aber ich werde trotzdem noch ein paar von ihm posten.❣️
Gestern waren wir im Baumarkt und haben Holz usw für eine Etage gekauft, ich bin so gespannt wie das wird und freue mich voll.😃 Ich werde sie jetzt in den Ferien bauen und dann kommt sie in den Stall wenn jemand neues einzieht.😍 Seid gespannt!!!🤯💗
Meinung zum Bild?🤍
Habt ihr Namensideen für den Kleinen?😌
Habt ihr eine Etage?
Unfortunately, this is not the happy post you’d typically see on our feed. Yesterday was the hardest day for me so far as a bunny owner. I went to give Blanco head rubs, as I usually do, and noticed she was pulling away every time I touched her left ear. I quickly called to make an appointment at our usual vet’s (whose next available date was in 2 weeks). Since Blanco was still eating and pooping just fine, it wasn’t considered an emergency. I knew in my gut that she had to see the vet immediately. Sure enough, shortly after the call, Blanco started tilting her head to the left. My heart broke into a million pieces seeing her sitting there like this. This couldn’t wait 2 weeks. I took her in to the emergency clinic immediately, which is an hour away from us. Blanco was diagnosed with inner ear infection in both ears, with the left being severe (it is so inflamed they couldn’t even see her ear drum). She’s on 2 antibiotics and 1 pain relief medication. Thankfully, she is inhaling her syringe antibiotics (did we expect anything else from Her Majesty?) and I don’t need to force feed her. This is the reality of having a bunny; one day they are jumping around and playing and the next day they are at the emergency clinic. It’s a lot of hard work and commitment. You have to be prepared to be there for them every step of the way and always keep an eye out for any unusual behavior. The vet bills add up and it’s something everyone should seriously consider before bringing a bunny home. It’s also super important to find a rabbit savvy vet. Lop eared bunnies are very prone to ear infections because of the way their ears are. They have very narrow ear canals where wax and bacteria easily build up. It’s extremely important to check their ears for wax build up regularly. I take Blanco to check ups every 6 months and this still happened. I am grateful that I noticed the signs early on and she will get better soon. Even in the state of pain she was in yesterday, she was still kissing me all day 🥺. They are such sweet souls. Please hug your fur babies extra tight and spend as much time with them as you can. ♥️
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