Bella-Head Tilt-VGA

Anonymous
about 2 years agoApril 30, 2018
Awesome pick me up video and beautiful, sound advice...never give up❤️:). So happy Bella has fully recovered😍. My first bun, Delia, had a full recovery as well and lived a crazy happy bun life after all the meds!  This was quite some time ago, and not as much information was available as now.  Thankfully, my vet was as hopeful as I and we worked together for Delia 💕
Wolf
about 2 years agoMay 1, 2018
So glad your bun made a full recovery!
Kitty
about 2 years agoApril 30, 2018
God bless this loving caretaker and his beautiful bunny! This is such important advice, it is all too easy to give up when the little ones look so sick and sad. But Bella's story is so worth sharing, that with a lot of loving care and a good vet, miracles do happen. My bunny Felix has e. cunniculi and when he has a flare up, it is really scary. But between bouts, he is the king of the couch and his life is good. Thank you for putting this out!
Wolf
about 2 years agoMay 1, 2018
Yup, that look they get when their little heads turn...it is so hard to see.  Thanks for not giving up!
Evie
about 2 years agoMay 1, 2018
What a beautiful, kind soul Maurice is.  He demonstrates exactly what it means to love an animal. I can't even begin to describe what a comfort this video is for me, and I've been fortunate that my two little bunnies have never had head tilt. Cheers to brave little Bella and her devoted daddy!
Wolf
about 2 years agoMay 1, 2018
He is a very kind, gentle man, and he loves his little Bella so very much.  He'll be doing more writing for us soon!
Joseph
over 1 year agoOctober 31, 2018
What a wonderful daddy.
Robin Rysavy
over 1 year agoOctober 31, 2018
Don't forget to add acupuncture in for head tilt bunnies.  It will usually take about 8 treatments, but we've seen drastic improvement in balance, appetite, and general attitude after only 1 acupuncture treatment.  We like to get all head tilt bunnies in for their first acupuncture treatment the same day as the symptoms appeared, if possible.  Missouri House Rabbit Society in Kansas City
Carrie
over 1 year agoNovember 1, 2018
Thank you so much for your video. I have owned bunnies for 14 years now and I am still learning. This is very nice of you!
Frank Gielas
over 1 year agoNovember 3, 2018
What a good man! None of my bunnies have experienced head tilt, but my current one has a tendency to stop eating. She had full blown stasis once, but we got through it. He's absolutely right about not giving up! Force feeding is very stressful, but keep on keepin' on. Thank you for the video; it's such a good example of what love and dedication can do. One last thing to those fighting these battles: find a group of people that love bunnies as much as you do; it's priceless. God bless you and your bunny, Maurice!
Anonymous
over 1 year agoNovember 4, 2018
Thank you so much for sharing your story. Sadly we lost our Bunny in May.  Not to head tilt some fast acting gut infection.  It was so quick we took her to the vet right away.  They did everything they could withn a few hours she was gone.  We were devastated and in shock.  She was a well cared for house bunny and young.  We loved her so much and haven’t been able to adopt another bunny yet.  We are learning everything we can about bunnies before we adopt again.  So thank you for sharing your story.  You are helping people that don’t even have a bunny yet🐇.  To be even better bunny parents.
Jacqui
over 1 year agoNovember 6, 2018
Maurice, I can't thank you enough for sharing this video and Bella's story of recovery. You are an amazing bunny dad, and I'm absolutely thrilled that sweet little Bella is all better! Thankfully I have never experienced having a bun with head tilt, but our precious Duffy has been prone to GI issues. Earlier this year we nursed him back from a 10-day bout with stasis which almost killed us, but we did not give up and neither did he! Bunnies are family, and love and patience make a world of difference. Bless your heart, and Bella's...and Bentley's, too!
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