Okay - bunnies should not be fasted before surgery. They can't throw up, so that isn't an issue for them. I would ask your vet why he doesn't want you to feed her, and unless he has a good reason (I can't really think of one, but you never know), I would be concerned about taking her to that vet.
Yes, I highly recommend you get blood work done on her first. All the rabbit vets I've ever gone to required blood work before surgery, but it is a seperate cost (as in, not included in the cost of the surgery). Ask about it if you don't know if he plans to do it or not.
What concentration of Baytril is she getting? With abscesses, often times baytril isn't enough to have much of an effect, especially if the infection is in the bone. I would talk to him about the posibility of getting her on some stronger antibiodics - but, make sure your careful, if the vet isn't rabbit savy you don't want him prescribing anything dangerous.
Does the vet have a lot of experience with rabbits? Make sure you ask what type of anethesia she'll be getting and what monitering equipment he'll be using on her. Make sure your comfortable with all his answers. Is there another rabbit savy vet who could see her as an emergency if you don't like his answers?
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