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My best Girl is very ill. My 2-foot (the one with no fur on the top of his head) managed to get her to eat some carrot top this morning, but all she wants to do is to sit quietly doing nothing. I do so hope that Auntie Francis (the best bunny vet in the world) can help my best girl.


Jul. 30th, 2004 09:54 am (UTC)
Poor Flopsy-Girl
We're all thinking of Flopsy-Girl here and hoping she's soon feeling very much better. Has Auntie Francis diagnosed what the problem is?

We hope your 2-foot also finds a new job soon to keep those allotment supplies coming for you. The same happened to our human several years ago but it's just meant that we get even more cuddles - so it's not all bad.

The Ross Buns X
Jul. 30th, 2004 02:01 pm (UTC)
Re: Poor Flopsy-Girl
I'm afraid my best girl had got kid knee stones. How she got hold of them, I'm not really sure. I wish she would give them back to the kid.
Jul. 30th, 2004 03:28 pm (UTC)
Re: Poor Flopsy-Girl
Poor Flopsy-Girl. Kid-Knee stones are not nice. Our human breeds these in herself (lots of them) and we know they cause her a lot of pain when they move and backache when they don't - so we all feel for your poor Flopsy Girl.

A few of our long-eared relatives have had kid-knee and bladder stones too and they needed surgery.

We hope Auntie Francis can control her pain and will be able to remove them for her - unless Flopsy-Girl can be very clever and expel them herself.

Your Ross fans XX


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