Ooo! Get your bunny to the vet IMMEDIATELY! Call them at home if you have to!
This sounds *exactly* like what Karrot had/has, and only the fact I hauled my
veterinarian out of bed (8:30AM on a Sunday!) were we able to save his life!
It *sounds* like Wry Neck, which is caused by a couple of different bacterias,
both very, very deadly. The faster, and more aggresively you treat it, the
Karrot is being treated with infections of Baytril every 12 hours for 2 weeks,
then he's going on a sulfa drug as a follow-up and to combat coccidia (another
semi-common bunny threat).
I have to give him the injections myself, and for the first couple days he was
so sick he had to be hand fed and hand-wateres. I had to keep him wrapped in a
towel and held close to me for two days, just to keep him warm.
It was a lot like when I brought my premature twin sons home 11 years ago... but
a lot quieter.
-Deb, overworked mom and grateful bunny slave
> My rabbit seems to be trembling and her head is bobbing up and down a little
> bit. She seems more docile than usual. When I stroked her I could feel her
> quivering. She cant be cold because it's the middle of summer here. I
> haven't seen her eat or drink since I noticed her change in behaviour a
> couple hours ago. Does anyone know what might be wrong with her. It's night
> time, so I have to wait till the morning to take her to the vet.
> ages for the replies for the posts to come up here. (South Africa)