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Old 03-11-2014, 06:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey there everyone we have had a bit bad luck, just need to no what peoples view on this is ......as well as having zola we have 2 lovely rabbits kayleigh and sky, last week one of our rabbits stopped eating lucked a little down so we brought him in the house for the night later in the early hours he was dead so sad as he was a big softy......

yesterday kayleigh the sister of sky who died was not lucking gud 2 days befoe she was jumping all over in the garden happy, i brought her in and groomed her and one hour later she was dead outside her hutch.............shock shock shock i could not believe what i saw.

i rang the vet who gave me sum ideas what it may be, during the time of the rabbits dieing zola had became very ill and was rushed to the vet she had not ate in 5 days was vomiting had the runs and was very down the vet on seeing zola sed her temp was very high and that she had gasteriatis whoops carnt spell that.

he said he does not think that these things are related but to check our garden for plants that we dont know. he has phoned me number of times as he carnt understand what happend ...... DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY CLUES ???????
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Old 03-11-2014, 09:42 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Sorry to hear about your bunnies and that Zola is not feeling well-sounds very serious.

Hard not to connect it all together.

My first thought - hope I'm wrong - do you think anyone is poisoning your pets?

What is Zola's condition right now?
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That's awful! I have to admit that poison was the first thing that popped into my mind as well
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Ya that is all very strange i would pay special attention to your dog just incase it is poison.
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Sorry to hear about your bunnies and that Zola is not feeling well-sounds very serious.

Hard not to connect it all together.

My first thought - hope I'm wrong - do you think anyone is poisoning your pets?

What is Zola's condition right now?
hi yes i must say i thought that also and went on the defence ......... i was in a state of shock and anger.......... as i have 2 little boys 3yr and 2yr im frightend to let them in the garden, the vet said if it was poison it would of killed them straight away yet in my eyes that is just what happend the were dead in hours
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People they are RABBITS, not dogs. If poisoned, they would have eaten a plant that was toxic to them. I don't think people go around trying to poison rabbits.

My rabbits are house rabbits and litter trained. I don't think it is safe to have them outside for many reasons - eating something dangerous just being one of them. Rabbits are also chewers. Parts of many plants, including woody ones are toxic. Do you know all the plants in your garden? Take a look at the plants in the area the rabbits are eating. If dangerous plants are noted, remove the plants, or move the bunnies to a different location.

Rabbits are also prone to digestive upsets. I watch my bunnies poo, as well as my dogs for any sign of a problem. Critical care is good to have on hand. It is mixed with water and syringe fed to the bunnies. It keeps them nourished and everything moving through. I take my rabbits to the vet at the first sign of a problem, which is usually if they are not eating. Little animals go down hill very quickly.

I'm really sorry about your rabbits.
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i think if someone could do that they are not human ........ i do still think it was what you all sed and im worried for zola and the boys ........
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http://rabbit.org/articles/wp-conten..._9_Reasons.pdf

Numbers 2, 3 and 4 may be helpful in finding an answer as to what happened to your rabbits.

Again, I am really sorry.
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I was only thrown off by the dog now being really sick.
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Dog could have eaten rabbit poop?
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