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!
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June 10,2015- Oct,1,2017
Moved to Northern Ireland...