Our beautiful little girl Jessie! I can't believe she will be 2 soon. I just love her sooooooo much!
Our little bunny is now (on the 16th) one year with us! She still totally fascinates and baffles me just as much as she did when she arrived but I'm pretty sure she's happy and I know she's fed well and loved so much. I also know she brings me so many smiles and giggles! I can never be in a bad mood when I look at her and watch her doing her bunny things... At the moment she was just shot and might be dead... well that's what it looked like from here anyway. I read that's supposed to mean she's relaxed. One night she did it so long we really thought she might be dead! Instead she suddenly jumped and scared hubby and I to bits! I love to see her do the bunny flop! She loves to do it most of the time on the 850 Euro chair that was mine till she took total control of it! The cat can sneak in an odd time if he gets there first but most of the time he doesn't even chance it anymore. If I sit in "My" chair I get nudged, head butted, and nipped, if I don't get out of the way!
And.... I can't believe just how much I love her! I can't believe my one little bunny has the biggest personality I have ever seen! And is the boss of the house! TOTALLY!
Jessica my bunny thank you for opening my eyes and for being patient with me!
Please note I am NOT a veterinarian I have found this information in the internet. Please if your pet is having a medical emergency take them to the Animal Hospital immediately!
Normal Rabbit Vital Signs (temperature, heart rate, respirations) are as follows:
Rectal Temperature: 103.3-104F 38-40C
Heart Rate (pulse): 130-325 beats per minute
Respiratory Rate: 32-60 breaths per minute
Normal Cat Vital Signs (temperature, heart rate, respirations) are as follows:
Rectal Temperature:100- 103 F 37.7-39.4C
Heart Rate: 130 - 240 beats per minute.
Respiration:Around 20 - 30 breaths per minute
I found this sweetie pie on Pinterest. Had to post it and say thank you to Jennie! You are a star I'm so happy Fiver is in your home and not some things stomach!
You can find Fiver's Mommy on Pinterest. Info below from You Tube
Back in July 2010, I saw a forlorn young brown and white Dutch rabbit all alone in a feed store. His fur had a patch of harlequin around his left eye and another on his right rump. He has beautiful long ears. The main reason why nobody wanted him was that his left elbow was bent awkwardly as if it had been broken when he was a baby rabbit. He was on sale for only $5. (That is an ideal price as live python food). I bought him and took him home in a cardboard box. We named him Fiver.
We took Fiver to Dr. Effie at CityVet for examination and health check. At Fiver's checkup, his left front leg was found not to be broken. Dr. Effie determined that Fiver had an elbow luxation (complete dislocation of the elbow joint) when he was very young. Fiver did not need any surgery for it and he is not in any pain. Fiver enjoys being a house rabbit. Every evening when I return from work, he comes over and kisses my nose.
I love animals!
Meet our little furry family!
Our little ones that have gone over the rainbow bridge...
June 10,2015- Oct,1,2017
Moved to Northern Ireland...