Curly

mix
Age: 1 years 10 months
Weight: 5 lbs.

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Curly was found as a stray in Greenwood, very skinny and with eye infection. She was turned into an Indiana shelter, who helped get her weight back up and treated her eyes. But Curly was kind of stuck at the shelter... they didn't have a spay/neuter connection, and Curly was getting cranky about being there. IHRS came in to take Curly to foster care after she'd been at the shelter a couple of months. One thing we discovered while at the shelter: Curly has terribly maloccluded incisors! One of her top teeth curls right out of her mouth, and the others are really wonky. Since rabbits' teeth grow continuously, this condition will only get worse and will lead to starvation.

Ms. Curly received a prompt dental exam from an experienced rabbit veterinarian. She has already had one dental surgery with several extractions. Unfortunately, Curly's cheek teeth (molars) are even worse than her incisors. She has now had a CT scan to help the vet perform the next dental surgery with the best information possible.

Once Curly is healed from her dental woes (which may also fix her ongoing eye discharge and grooming issues), and then spayed, she will be available for adoption.

Curly is curious and thankful for food and attention. She could use your well wishes and your financial support as she recovers!

Rabbit Photo
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Profile last updated on 12/6/2018