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Monday, July 16, 2012

I Am NOT A Pincushion!

Today Mom took me to the stinky vet. OK, she's not really stinky, but wait till you hear what she did.

I thought it was just going to be my usual eye pressure check. Quick, easy, with a treat to eat in the car afterward. But nooooo. Bunfriends, you are not going to believe this.

The stinky vet stuck needles in me! Not just one, like when I get a medicine shot, or hydration. That's bad enough, but she stuck me over and over again. Eleven times! Eleven! Can you imagine??? And then, she made me sit there for 15 minutes with the darn things in. I looked like one of Mom's pincushions!

Mom and the (stinky) vet called it acupuncture, and said it might help me move around better.

I call it "A Pain In The Butt".

There is not enough parsley in the world to make up for this, Mom.

(Poor guy doesn't know it, but he's got 3 more treatments over the coming month. Then we reevaluate to see if it's helping. He's really having a tough time moving around these days, so keep your fingers crossed for him, please.)


brandi b said...

All those pins don't hurt him, do they?
Weasley, next visit you need to puff yourself up like a puffer fish and see if the needles shoot out of you. Take a lesson from your fellow woodland creature, the porcupine.

Jade said...

Acupuncture can do some amazing things, Weasley--before you know it, you may be hopping around like a buck half your age. Mick and I will be thinking many good thoughts for that to happen, too.

(PS: Mick says to be sure and milk this for all the treats and attention you can get.)

Crafty Green Poet said...

I hope it works, Weasley!

speedyrabbit said...

Hi weasley,Speedy here,I know how you feel mate,after my last 2 trips after what that stupid cat did to me,now I have this blue thread all up my leg and I still have 2 more trips to the vet,I ain't Happy *THUMP* hope it does make you feel better though.xo Speedy

bunnits said...

Just try to give it a little time, Weasley. You'll feel better in the long run.

Michelle May said...

You'll be ok boy. It's amazing how much better you'll feel.