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Sunday, July 19, 2015

Mr. Bun update ...



Hello Everybunny! Knock on my cardboard bundo (with one side of it mostly de-bunstructed!), I've not been to the vet. Another week went by and I didn't have to see the vet!

We have a bit of a routine going, slow and steady does it. I do sprint for treats and fresh greens though. Like a madbun! Hoomin will check up on me in the middle of the night, bring fresh stuff, offer a treat. But I like sprinting for the Oxbow digestives (Vit C, Digestive Support and Papaya).

Hoomin's keeping an eye on all my parts that can hide moisture though. The funny thing is that, when fur grows back, it also holds moisture :-( So it's a game of constant vigilance; looking for spots that want to flare up.

But together, we're holding it together ;-)

- Mr. Bun

8 comments:

  1. Your work so hard and keep at it so well! Be sure to celebrate and take a break now and then! Even Hoomins get breaks now and then!

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  2. Love you, little Mr. Bun. Your hoomins are quite knowledgeable and responsible bunny parents, well trained.

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  3. News of the Treat Sprint is good news indeed! And extended time away from the vet, yippee!! :)=
    -Jen (Kohl's mom)

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  4. Well done little man,we like hearing good reports,xx Rachel

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  5. What a diligent human. Will the middle of the night snacks continue when you are healed?

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    1. I think they will. Sometimes Mr. Bun will catch his leg on something or lose his balance trying to groom himself and 'flips' onto his side. Trouble is if he flips to the wrong side, he can't get himself up and needs help with that :-( So we keep an eye on him as much as possible. I had to 'right him up' couple of times at night. So may as well bring fresh greens while I'm at it :-)

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    2. I think they will. Sometimes Mr. Bun will catch his leg on something or lose his balance trying to groom himself and 'flips' onto his side. Trouble is if he flips to the wrong side, he can't get himself up and needs help with that :-( So we keep an eye on him as much as possible. I had to 'right him up' couple of times at night. So may as well bring fresh greens while I'm at it :-)

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  6. While bun your on your side you can use your imagination hum songs or just take naps We old ones find this is great reflecting time ,after all life is just one big adventure .😉

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