Having a good afternoon. Today, he is into lettuce (romaine, and a spring blend) and baby carrots. Still no pellets,and slowing down with the hay intake-but I dont think he's sore and seems quite energetic. Im thinking he will have a good long weeked (tomorrows a holiday here), and we can face some bad news on Tuesday. Until then, he will be spoiled!
Critical care is AMAZING! My bunny wasn't right 2 yrs ago and I took her to the vet (I have an exotic vet for her and another for the cats!) and got her on the critical care right away in order to ensure the gas build up or whatever happens during the stasis process stopped and she turned around really fast.
Not a blockage, not a tooth problem. We did an abdominal ultrasound on him, and he had a decent amount of ascites (abdominal fluid). Proteins were normal, likely neoplastic effusion. So, very likely bunny had cancer as we ruled out all the other causes of effusion. It was enough for me to say enough, and after some good narcotics, he was put to sleep in my arms. Man I am going to miss that Bun