is a little "special"
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Southern-ish Minnesota
I think Smudge might be hurt...Help me please!
Okay, in some of my other threads, Ive mentioned Smudge has been acting wierd... I was just reading some stuff on the HRS page, and I think he might be in pain from something- Reluctance to move, isolating himself, a strange hunched over position that he tends to sit in, not eating all his veggies, scratching alot, and just being over all touchy bescibes him lately, and it apparently desrcibes some of the things rabbits do when their in pain.
But the thing is, I cant remember anything that happened to him that could hurt him! The only thing I could think of that could have possibly hurt him was last year, and his grumpyness hasnt been going on THAT long.
Also, I know he could be scratching alot because his collar bugs him, that their eating patterns can be a lil wierd when seasons are changing (like right now), and that he sleeps in bizarre positions and he could just be finding his hunched over position strangly comfortable.
I know I over react ALOT when I think something could potentially be wrong with him, so Im trying to decide if this is serious, or if Im just overly stressed out and worrying about absolutly nothing.
I wouldnt be able to get him to a vet anyway untill monday, so I have some time to watch him more.
Whats everyones advice? After your rabbits got hurt from something, did they act similar? Please help me... Im just so sleep deprived and stressed out, Im having probablems thinking rashionally about anything!
I promise Ill stop spamming the rabbit section soon too, LOL!
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