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Sherry, Post-Spay

Sherry’s back from the vet!

This is how the surgery site looks like:

Sherry was on the e-collar at first but she didn’t like it.

I’ve since removed the e-collar.

The surgery site appears to be itching, and it’s making Sherry rather uncomfortable. She keeps jumping up suddenly, scampering around to get at the itch.. so much so it’s preventing her from getting good rest. The vet suggested applying medicated powder around her tummy to ease the itch.

Meanwhile, to prevent Sherry from fussing too much with the surgery site, I’ve covered it with sterile gauze and wrapped some bandage around the gauze and her tummy. I’ve also covered the pin which holds the bandage together with some masking tape, just in case she manages to get the pin out.

Once Again

Once again, a furry one matures..

Once again, a visit to the vet is called for..

This time, it’s Sherry’s turn to be spayed. She has to fast from 10pm tonight and will be dropped off at the clinic tomorrow morning for her surgery.

By now, I’ve sent my bunnies for a total of 6 surgeries.. yet I still feel equally nervous each time. Here’s hoping hard everything goes smoothly for Sherry tomorrow and that she’ll back to her hyperactive self in no time ๐Ÿ˜€

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Off to the Groomer’s

Someone’s in need of some serious grooming!

Sherry Berry, very hairy

Here she is after the groomer finished with her..

Sherry Berry, no more hairy

Sherry’s new haircut makes her look so much more mature.. regal, even!

The groomer didn’t trim her eyelashes, which I thought was a nice touch.

Now she looks ultra-feminine with those long, fluttery lashes..

Anybody need a model for a mascara ad? We won’t charge exorbitant fees, maybe just enough for me to buy a sprawling house by the beach and retire there ๐Ÿ˜‰

Critter Overload

As of last weekend, the critter headcount here jumped from 4 to 9!

Yes, we have newcomers.. No, I didn’t go on a critter-shopping frenzy ๐Ÿ˜€

My dear friend, D, is having her first baby very soon and I’m watching her furry ones for a month or so while D adjusts to the fur-less addition.

These are D’s bunnies, Tridus (left) & Tinga (right):

I babysat Tridus ages ago when he was a single bun and here he is now with a wife of his very own! They’re such a loving couple, snuggling next to each other all the time.

And then there are the chinchillas..

This beautiful pair is Yuffie and her daughter, Echo:

I can’t tell them apart, they look so alike!

Mommy, I missch yoo!!

This handsome guy is Whiskey, Echo’s dad:

Sherry has never seen chins before and couldn’t stop barking at them, so in to the bunny room went the chins.

Buttons & Yohji, meanwhile, have been busy welcoming the chins with generous puddles of pee and piles of poo! Where are your manners, bunnies??

Model in the Making

Sherry’s exploring a new career path. Here she turns an average box into a stylish piece of head gear:

What d’you think?

Top model material? ๐Ÿ˜€

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