GI Stasis

GI Stasis: This is probably the most common of rabbit ailments.  It refers to the condition of a rabbit who suddenly stops eating.  Such a rabbit won’t eat even his favorite treat.  The danger is one that is difficult to remember, because it doesn’t seem a logical consequence.  The danger is: When a rabbit suddenly stops eating, his body temperature begins to fall, fairly rapidly.  You can lose a rabbit to hypothermia in a matter of hours. You need to de...
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Robyn

Robyn is another rabbit who came to us all the way from Riley County Humane Society in Kansas.  Although she is a mix, she has a most striking multi-brown coat. Robyn is a very sweet bunny.  She is easily handled (if you know the proper way to handle her), and enjoys people.  Some lucky person is going to be delighted to have her in their family. DOB: January 2,2016, Weight: 8.1 lbs. (02-25-2016)
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Stella and Stevie

Stella and Stevie belonged to a young man in Colorado Springs, who knew nothing about caring for rabbits.  One of his relatives, a member of our New Mexico chapter and appalled at their condition, and asked us to help.  After Stella had a litter of babies that all died, he agreed to give them up.  Kathy Meyers picked them up and brought them to Denver.  The two have been gaining weight and health, and are becoming friendly. STELLA: DOB: 2015, Weight: 5.75 lbs. (03-22-2015) STEVI...
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Bonnie and Echo

Bonnie came to us with her sister, from an animal shelter.  Bonnie has a splayed hind leg and foreleg on the same side of her body (this is a congenital defect).  Her sister began picking on her, causing her to leap to her shelf (yes, she can leap just fine, thank you!) to hide.  So we put her with Echo.  The two have a pen that gives them space for their splayed legs. Echo came to us from a woman whose vets misdiagnosed him.  She was battling her second bout of cancer, and simply wasn’t able...
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Mocha

Little Mocha was the darling of her “dad’s” eye.  Sadly, a new job brought much traveling, and he couldn’t care for Mocha properly, so he asked for our help. Mocha is an amusing little spitfire.  Having no incisors, she doesn’t bite and needs to have hard veggies cut in small pieces.  Her bright eyes, though, miss nothing.  She’s the perfect size for snuggling, whether you’re walking or sitting.  In short, she’s absolutely delightful! DOB: 2014, Weight: 4.25 lbs. (03/22/2016)
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Kristie

Kristie was a stray for around a full year—she would run to a backyard filled with all kinds of “stuff” whenever someone came to catch her.  There were so many things that she managed to avoid everyone, until one of our rabbit-savvy members caught her. Kristie is a lively, happy little lady, with a good deal of intelligence thrown in.  She’s comfortable with people, but loves to run free.  Thank goodness she is no longer available to predators! DOB: 2014, Weight: 5.44 lbs.  (03-22-2016) ...
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Dodie

Poor little Dodie, who came to us from a confiscation, was bred at a very young age, and gave birth to three handsome, healthy boys. She was a very good mom, and once the babies were weaned, she gained weight, and is now a happy, healthy young lady. Friendly, eager for attention
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