Tuesday, July 14, 2009

zzzzzzzzz.....the end.


d. moll, l.ac. said...

Did his little eyes close at the end there? Good night Fatsy, you are a brave and good boy. xxxxx

Alice said...
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Crafty Green Poet said...

brave fats, I'll come back later to see this video...

YowlYY said...

Awww... he is so sweet, now I want to give him a big cuddle!

vegan.in.brighton said...

So freaking cute!

pj said...

I think the All Bun Network is in it's bunlet stages. Very nice work Miss Alice. And you too, Fats!

Michelle (Shell) May said...

Oh my sweetie fatty.
Loved all these videos! So fun!
bunny hugs,
Auntie Shell

Lisa said...

AWWWWWW Yayyy Fats is getting better!!!!

How tranquil and serene is the sleeping bun. I often wake up my buns by laughing out loud at the overwhelming cuteness.

Alice, if you get good news tomorrow, please take a picture of Nuage's (awful?) haircut!

PS., Have I ever mentioned how much I love the Angora ears?? They're so cute and unique and fluffy!

Annette F. Tait said...

So glad that Fats is eating, and enjoying, the rosemary.
As soon as Arabella is unwell she is straight on a sprig a day.

I was wondering that if Fats travels with you, could you protect his infected area with a 'nappy' or pair or pants lest he pick up another infection ?

My precious Zai, that I had mentioned earlier, had picked up an infection when he was in a new area (I took him to a rescue centre so that he could choose a companion - he chose Arabella, but also got the terrible infection from there).

I was just wondering about this, but I think it is more important for Fats to be with you, and to keep his morale high, than to leave him at home.

And another point - I am not sure how important it is actually, but I was wondering that if a rabbit is not able to eat their cecotrophs (wrongly spelt I think), then it shouldn't matter too much, for a short period of time, as long as they are getting the good nutrition in first of all?
Just a thought - I don't want to cause too much debate, but I think healing could perhaps be more important unless the cecotrophs have certain chemicals in them that promote self-healing?

Sending him our love, strength and kisses.