Discussion in 'Canary & Finch Court' started by finchly, 11/19/17.
Could it be that its a form of splay legs? Im hoping she pulls through!
aw thank you, I know it was a shock to hear but I can imagine for the breeder it was a lot more traumatic! Aww that's so sweet about the baby rabbit, I'm glad that she survived and is now thriving I love that there's good people in this world willing to help even the smallest of lives
I'm with ya on that one
And yes, I think you're right about that there's just something so special we want to protect them with all our heart.
I hope she will be OK.
This whole post has been sad
Just now catching up. I hope she will be ok too.
This morning I was happy, I gave Faith a little bath and wrapped her in a tissue.... she weighed 6.6 grams, double what she weighed last week... she seemed very alert. Hubby took her to vet at 2:30 and came home empty handed.
The vet said the one leg that bled a few days ago was not only broken but had bone sticking through. The first leg was broken in 2 places. He did not think I damaged it by using a pipe cleaner to create a 'brace' at the top to fix splay leg - @Bokkapooh that's what I thought, too. So I guess they have been broken since she fell from the nest? This isn't really making sense to me. I don't know what happened.
He said Faith was definitely suffering and going downhill, that she showed beginning signs of renal failure. The photo was right after her bath...What a little fighter! My poor, poor baby.
Oh no, I am so so very sorry. I can't even imagine the hurt when you loose a baby that seemed to be doing better
Poor little Faith was super strong, a real survivor You did everything you possibly could to help her
Now she is with the other canary babies, without any pain and very happy
Fly free little Faith
Awww, I am so sorry for your loss. She is so tiny. Poor baby
So sorry that Faith did not make it. Thank you for trying.
I'm so sorry...that tiny bird was loved and knew it..you did wonders ..fly free little one.
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