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£112raised of £290 target by 12 supporters

    Weʼve raised £112 to Help Tilly get the treatment she needs to survive

    Manchester, United Kingdom
    Funded on Saturday, 1st April 2017

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    Sneezy Bun is my late bunny who died from head tilt. She was what Pets at Home call a "rescue", these are usually buns who they have bred and have struggled to rehome. Sneezy got her name as she was literally sneezing all the time. P@H told me that she had a clean bill of health and her sneezing had been tested and they have confirmed that she had dust allergies.

    I took Sneezy home to bond with my other 2 buns. It wasn't long before they also started sneezing. Off they all went to my local vets where they had a course of antibiotics (Baytril) which didn't clear it. My vet at the time diagnosed them with allergies also due to dusty bedding. I changed to dust free bedding and started to administer antihistamines with no effect.

    Sneezy then developed a head tilt. She was losing her balance and ran in circles. Off I went back to the vets who diagnosed Sneezy with E.C. and I started her on a course of Panacur and Baytril with no effect. I took her again back to the vets who advised me that they do not offer tests or any other form of antibiotics and would not refer me to a specialist. I decided to book her in at a different vets, however it was too late. Sneezy's face had swollen so much it was too late and she had to be put to sleep.
    Since then I have contacted the Rabbit Welfare Association who have informed me there are no rabbit savvy vets in my area, but have guided me in the right direction. I am now at a vets who are in contact with another rabbit savvy vet down south. This vet has done swabs and has confirmed the presence of pasteurella in my other two, which they extracted from Sneezy.

    My bunny Tilly is now losing her balance and time is running out for her unless we act fast. Tilly is in need of a CT scan and an operation to flush her respiratory system out amounting to £290 along with penicillin injections.
    So far I have easily spent £1000 but such a large sum is difficult to find upfront.
    Additional funds will go to rabbit rescue charities.



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    • Heather Jewell

      Heather Jewell

      Mar 20, 2017

      Hope you get all the money you need, sorry I couldn't donate more. Good luck Tilly xx


    • Susie Doo Little Bowman

      Susie Doo Little Bowman

      Mar 19, 2017

      I really hope your precious baby gets all the help she needs such a special bunny sending lots of healing vibes her way ☺😘😘😘😘😘😘😘

    • Alice Stockton

      Alice Stockton

      Mar 4, 2017


    • lorraine clark

      lorraine clark

      Mar 2, 2017

      Good luck xx


    • Hayley Holt

      Hayley Holt

      Mar 2, 2017

      Sending my love xxx


    • Abbie Curgenven

      Abbie Curgenven

      Mar 2, 2017

      Get better soon lil one.


    • Beth Shea

      Beth Shea

      Mar 2, 2017

      Lots of love for Tilly!


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