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Old August 1st 09, 04:26 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
moonglow minnow[_2_]
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Because when it rains it pours. The night before we lost Lily, we
noticed that one of our rabbits Lulu has a very pronounced head tilt. It
turns out that the prognosis for head tilt in rabbits is "guarded" at
best, so purrs are needed and appreciated, both for Lulu's wonky head
and for me figuring out what to do between two vets' differing opinions.

Thank you all.

Maeve ^..^
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Old August 1st 09, 04:33 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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On Jul 31, 11:26*pm, moonglow minnow
wrote:
Because when it rains it pours. The night before we lost Lily, we
noticed that one of our rabbits Lulu has a very pronounced head tilt. It
turns out that the prognosis for head tilt in rabbits is "guarded" at
best, so purrs are needed and appreciated, both for Lulu's wonky head
and for me figuring out what to do between two vets' differing opinions.


Purrs for the bunny to untilt her head and be ok.

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Old August 1st 09, 07:46 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Joy
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Purrs are on the way. I hate to suggest this, but maybe a third opinion is
in order?

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masking tape can ever totally remove his fur from your couch. - Leo Dworken

"moonglow minnow" wrote in message
...
Because when it rains it pours. The night before we lost Lily, we noticed
that one of our rabbits Lulu has a very pronounced head tilt. It turns out
that the prognosis for head tilt in rabbits is "guarded" at best, so purrs
are needed and appreciated, both for Lulu's wonky head and for me figuring
out what to do between two vets' differing opinions.

Thank you all.

Maeve ^..^
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Old August 1st 09, 09:44 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Adrian[_2_]
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moonglow minnow wrote:
Because when it rains it pours. The night before we lost Lily, we
noticed that one of our rabbits Lulu has a very pronounced head tilt.
It turns out that the prognosis for head tilt in rabbits is "guarded"
at best, so purrs are needed and appreciated, both for Lulu's wonky
head and for me figuring out what to do between two vets' differing
opinions.
Thank you all.

Maeve ^..^


Purrs on the way.
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Old August 1st 09, 01:54 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Granby
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Purrs arriving at your house as we speak, write.
"moonglow minnow" wrote in message
...
Because when it rains it pours. The night before we lost Lily, we noticed
that one of our rabbits Lulu has a very pronounced head tilt. It turns out
that the prognosis for head tilt in rabbits is "guarded" at best, so purrs
are needed and appreciated, both for Lulu's wonky head and for me figuring
out what to do between two vets' differing opinions.

Thank you all.

Maeve ^..^
--
http://moonglowminnow.wordpress.com/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/minnow/



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Old August 1st 09, 08:32 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
moonglow minnow[_2_]
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Joy wrote:
Purrs are on the way. I hate to suggest this, but maybe a third opinion is
in order?


Well, between the yahoo group I joined specifically dealing with tilty
bunnies, and the fact that she's starting to roll in her cage (these
things always have to happen over the weekend) I'm leaning toward ear
infection over neck injury, and will probably have to request specific
medications as our most bun-savvy vets aren't that bun-savvy. The trick
will be making suggestions without causing pride injuries that would
turn out for the worse for Lulu's treatment.

Maeve ^..^
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Old August 2nd 09, 12:18 AM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
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"moonglow minnow"
Because when it rains it pours. The night before we lost Lily, we noticed
that one of our rabbits Lulu has a very pronounced head tilt. It turns out
that the prognosis for head tilt in rabbits is "guarded" at best, so purrs
are needed and appreciated, both for Lulu's wonky head and for me figuring
out what to do between two vets' differing opinions.

Thank you all.

Maeve ^..^


Purrs sent with love for a good outcome for Lulu.
I love rabbits, and was raised among them.
Love
Kyla
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Old August 6th 09, 06:01 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
Steve Touchstone[_3_]
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purrs on the way. How's she doing now? I'm about 800 msgs behind, and
don't see an update.

On Fri, 31 Jul 2009 22:26:34 -0500, moonglow minnow
wrote:

Because when it rains it pours. The night before we lost Lily, we
noticed that one of our rabbits Lulu has a very pronounced head tilt. It
turns out that the prognosis for head tilt in rabbits is "guarded" at
best, so purrs are needed and appreciated, both for Lulu's wonky head
and for me figuring out what to do between two vets' differing opinions.

Thank you all.

Maeve ^..^

 




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