An injured baby rabbit had
been handed in to CVETS after being found on a the side of a road. He had
suffered scratches and abrasions to the rump but seemed quite bright so with
antibiotics and a clean up was able to come into care. Big Bun arrived shortly
after the four Zennor bunnies but was housed seperately in case of disease.
Myxamatosis is still a major cause of rabbit mortality in the countryside so we
erred on the side of caution. Happily, Big Bun made a quick recovery with his
wounds healing well and he was released along with the Zennor family.