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Nerves

re: Nerves

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by » Sun Apr 15, 2018 11:02 am

Oh, he's gorgeous!  I love rabbits but they make me sneeze uncontrollably!  It will be sad to let him go, but I would imagine he'll love the company of other rabbits and a dedicated space to hang out.  :)

 

I'm sorry to hear of your friends' car accident - and your's, reading back through a few earlier posts.  Terrible to have your car written off by an uninsured driver.  There really should be ways for you to recoup your losses and I'm sorry that's not the case.  I hope you've fully recovered from that horrid prang?

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by » Sat Apr 14, 2018 04:12 pm

Thanks Patsy.  Great to see you again!  Eddie is a rabbit.  (I'd have called him "Harvey", myself.)  Much as we love Eddie, he's a destructive little guy.  When he's not chewing on wires, he's chewing on furniture.  There is a door to the "computer room", but of course, there are wires of one kind or another all through the house.  He's fast, (he is a rabbit of course) and it just takes one quick chomp to go clear through a wire.  Some friends of ours have expressed an interest in Eddie, as they have a garage already devoted to several rabbitsThey were on their way here to meet Eddie yesterday when they had a car wreck!  Thankfully, no one was badly hurt.  Much as I'd miss Eddie, he'd have the company of other rabbits and a garage just for them.  Eddie may be moving soon, and thankfully, to a good home.  This Eddie, stretched out after his big day of hiding Easter eggs and candy for a few kids we know.

 


re: Nerves

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by » Fri Apr 13, 2018 04:28 pm
John wrote:

There is one room pretty much wire free but it would be a lonely existence in there, not to mention that's where the litter box is.  The room Eddie hangs out in the most has wires all over the place, somewhat resembling a sailing ship's rigging.  It's quite a mess.  I'll just have to do what I can to watch him.  It really depends on Cheri's patience and hers isn't quite as long as mine.  John

Hi John, I don't know the back story to this or even who Eddie is (cat, rabbit?!) without going through older messages, but have you thought about using a stairgate in the doorway of that room?  They're normally for human kids but I know you can get them in varying heights and bar distances for pets.  That way you could keep the wire-room isolated from him but give him free reign elsewhere?

 

P  :)

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by » Fri Mar 09, 2018 02:56 pm

Glad you got that taken care of.  The first thing I thought of was carpel tunnel.  I always thought it was funny that the "Jetsons" invented a disease that nobody would think of until years later, when everybody really was puching buttons all the time.  John

re: Nerves

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by » Thu Mar 08, 2018 05:08 pm

The hand is a lot better but still healing. Had a growth removed and checked that was getting in the way. I'll get the stitches out next Friday.

 

David and the CoolCyberCats


Forever in my heart


Cats Nap. Only Humans Put Them "To Sleep": Sterilize, Don't Euthanize!

 

re: Nerves

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by » Thu Mar 08, 2018 02:40 pm

Thanks David.    Incidentally, how is your hand?  Did you get what George Jetson called "pushbuttonitis"?

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