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Well that was a worrying night

Post by Thumper2001 on Thu Jan 04, 2018 6:04 pm

I had a worrying night with Molly last night. She was evicted from the living room for eating the carpet (this happens quite often!). I put her in the kitchen on the door mat, put the light on and left her on time out. About 10 mins later she was nibbling the kitchen door so I let her back in.

I put them to bed soon after and when I was tidying up I noticed there was a white gritty/powdery substance on the door mat Shocked Youíll know the kind I mean, like the bits they leave when theyíve been eating/nibbling something.
Could not figure out what it was. I didnít have a clue, OH didnít have a clue. I freaking out!!!
Was actually scared to go into their room this morning but sheís fine.
Whatever it was must have came off of OHís feet when he was sorting out the xmas stuff for the recycling centre. It was all in the shed.
I was panicking it was a paracetamol tablet or something but in the back of my mind I knew I never leave them lying around.

Sheís going to be the death of me!!!!!!!!!!
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Post by woodwench on Thu Jan 04, 2018 6:24 pm

Probably a bit or chalk out of a shoe tread or something.
Not porridge by any chance?
But I know that panic. After Richard said Reboot had those lesions on his tongue and roof of his mouth I went into "hunt" overdrive looking for whatever it was that he had hurt himself on. Found nothing but feel sure it was a willow twig or some such.
I think I've got myself an accident prone bun, first the fractured leg now the mouth.... clumsy bun, right Klutz!
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Post by jolovesbunnies on Fri Jan 05, 2018 5:21 pm

They are worrying aren't they hunni? I panic if I think there is anything wrong with mine and I am continually studying them for abnormal behaviour. I am sorry you had such a stressful time sweetie but I am pleased it came to nothing.

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Post by Thumper2001 on Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:49 pm

Chalk!!!! Thatís exactly what it was like!! He is a bit clumsy, isnít he Woodwench Sad

Iím forever watching for odd behaviour too, Jo. It becomes obsessive!
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Post by woodwench on Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:59 pm

Obsessed ... brother, have I been obsessed over the last five weeks. My head as been spinning and I've made myself ill worrying about Reboot.
Just what is it about rabbits that gets us into such a state?
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Post by jolovesbunnies on Wed Jan 10, 2018 7:10 pm

You must feel in a total spin Woodwench sweetie and it will probably take a few days for you to adjust again love you. Try and take it easy if that is poss. Yes Thumper hunni, if any of my babies behave in a slightly odd way, I am panicking. I think there are certain people made for bunnies and they for us. How we are chosen no one knows but I have never loved anything the way I love bunnies and guinea pigs. Very Happy

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