Sanctuary Rabbit

Nemo is a sanctuary rabbit. Sanctuary rabbits are special rabbits who are no longer likely to be adopted but remain in the Indiana House Rabbit Society's care. They are provided endless love, long-term care and support.

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Nemo

lionhead
Age: 3 years 3 months
Weight: 4 lbs.

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Little Nemo was lucky - he and several other rabbits were abandoned after 4H and left to die. Nemo made it and the police brought him to a southern Indiana shelter. When IHRS came to check on the bunnies, our volunteer found he had a crazy curly incisor sticking out of his mouth! Nemo is lucky this was discovered before it grew enough to block his eating; dental issues like this can lead to starvation.

Nemo had his offending tooth removed by an exotic veterinarian. We waited to see if the remaining incisors would line up, but they needed correction. But when Nemo went back for removal of the remaining incisors, the vet discovered he had an abnormal heart.

Nemo had an ultrasound to determine what is going on. Unfortunately, the results show he has an enlarged heart, known as cardiomyopathy, which ultimately is expected to lead to heart failure.

For now, Nemo is being monitored by his veterinary staff and gets lots of personal attention in foster care. He gets heart medication daily and also has ongoing medical needs with checkups and diagnostics. Any support you may want to provide to his medical care is very much appreciated! Nemo is loved and enjoying his life, and we wouldn't have it any other way.

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Profile last updated on 10/27/2018