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'Nuff

Status: 
Sanctuary - Late Bloomers Club
Shelter of Origin: 
Marin Humane Society
Location: 
SaveABunny


I'm 'Nuff the youngest member of the Late Bloomer Club!

I was too young to remember but was told in June 2015 a Good Samaritan saw a dog running around with a baby in its mouth, chased after the dog and discovered the baby was me. The county shelter asked SaveABunny to take me so I could receive emergency medical care -- I was only around 3 weeks old and had near fatal bite wounds all over my body as well as a broken paw.

The next few months were rough since the bite wounds turned to deep abscesses that required several surgeries to open and drain, and since I was so young I also needed to be syringe fed, which is never as nutritious as real bunny mothers milk. I was sick and fragile for a long time and the humans who cared for me felt bad and named me 'Nuff, as in "I'm having a hard time -- enough already!" But I really wanted to stick around and experience the world so I tried to be brave and fought hard to be here.

When I started feeling a bit better I got introduced to the old timers of the Late Bloomer Club. After all I was still just a baby too young to be without a mom and everyone hoped the Bloomers would "adopt" me and maybe even spoil and dote on me a little bit, and they did! The Bloomers taught me everything they knew about how to bunny and even though they're a lot older than me, didn't mind when I started binkying all over the place and accidentally woke them up from their naps (whoops!). I tried to be quiet, I really did, but I was so happy to be with other bunnies I couldn't help express my joy at finding my crew!

So now I'm a member of the LBC and best of all have made a full recovery!

It's been a few weeks since we shared about "Nuff. If you recall, 'Nuff is the gravely injured baby bunny rescued last...

Posted by SaveABunny on Friday, July 24, 2015

July 2, 2015. Update on tiny orphan baby boy: 'Nuff

Update on tiny orphan baby boy: 'NuffA couple days ago SaveABunny rescued this 3 week old baby with a broken front paw and bite wounds/abscesses. Despite best efforts to soak and naturally open the abscesses they're so extensive (channeling all over his back) they must be surgically opened and drained. He has an appointment with Dr. Carolyn Harvey at Chabot Veterinary Clinic tomorrow. In the meantime he's on pain meds and antibiotics and being syringe fed a mixture of fine grind Critical Care and milk replacement. Marcy named him 'Nuff as in "I'm having a hard time -- 'nuff already!" Despite his troubles 'Nuff tries very hard to just be a baby, and really looks up to Marcy as his mom.Contributions to 'Nuff's care gladly welcome (type "Nuff" in the rabbit to sponsor box): http://saveabunny.org/donate/phoenix-fund.

Posted by SaveABunny on Thursday, July 2, 2015

A couple days ago SaveABunny rescued this 3 week old baby with a broken front paw and bite wounds/abscesses. Despite best efforts to soak and naturally open the abscesses they're so extensive (channeling all over his back) they must be surgically opened and drained. He has an appointment with Dr. Carolyn Harvey at Chabot Veterinary Clinic tomorrow. In the meantime he's on pain meds and antibiotics and being syringe fed a mixture of fine grind Critical Care and milk replacement.
Marcy named him 'Nuff as in "I'm having a hard time -- 'nuff already!" Despite his troubles 'Nuff tries very hard to just be a baby, and really looks up to Marcy as his mom.

June 30, 2015

New arrival. Tiny little orphan boy (only about 3 weeks old) arrived with a broken front left paw and numerous bite wounds/abscesses around his neck and down his back. His condition is quite serious and he's being syringe fed and his getting his wounds gently soaked prior to an emergency vet appointment tomorrow.

Posted by SaveABunny on Tuesday, June 30, 2015

New arrival. Tiny little orphan boy (only about 3 weeks old) arrived with a broken front left paw and numerous bite wounds/abscesses around his neck and down his back. His condition is quite serious and he's being syringe fed and his getting his wounds gently soaked prior to an emergency vet appointment tomorrow.