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Post  Theresa on Wed Oct 09, 2013 3:06 pm


Our two newest English angora babies. The little black one had a tragic thing happen to it when it was 2 days old. I went to check on them and I found some of the mothers wool she had made a nest with wrapped around his foot, very tightly, his foot had swollen up very big, I removed the piece of wool from around his foot. It clearly had cut the circulation off. At two days old, some rabbit breeders would simply discard him and not even be bothered with him, but I watched him and in the next week he grew really fast, his foot remained small and looked to have just dried up, by the second week his foot fell off. I kept his leg clean with peroxide, and it healed. He is now 4 weeks old and can do everything his sister can, he has no trouble hopping, stretching, and cleaning himself. I think I will call him Nemo.
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