The thing with this is we can't diagnose the problem for you:) It could have
different causes, which would necessitate different treatments. *** that can
be used that would help can only be gotten through a vet.
Are there other vets in the area you can call? Did you explain the severity of
the problem? Maybe then the vet will work out something.
Also let us know what city you are in because maybe someone here knows a vet
that can help. You may have to drive a bit, but your bunny does need to have a
To keep her comfortable, try massaging her tummy. You can use pediatric
Phayzme or similar simethicone product for any gas she may have. Try to keep
her eating and drinking. Pedialyte can be given and it will help just to keep
her from dehydrating too much.
Maybe you could offer to work a few days at the vet to pay off your bill. Then
the vet will see how serious you are about being able to take care of your
bunny. I think most vets will make exceptions to the rule once in awhile,
especially if you are persistent. So keep trying:)
Looking for a bunny friend in Western New York? Hop on down to the Erie County
SPCA, Tonawanda, NY. We may have just the right rabbit companion for you.