About the Campaign
Parsnip Malone is dropped off at the shelter
King’s County Shelter reached out to, Cat, founder of Zooh Corner Rescue to take in this immobile bunny. Zooh Corner Rescue had taken another ill rabbit from them before so this was nothing new. Cat, nor the shelter had any idea what this rabbit needed. Cat had seen a few photos and video of the little bunny and knew she had to help. The shelter was awesome enough to help arrange a transporter to drive halfway to meet one of rescues volunteers, 7 hours round trip.
Parsnip Malone goes to the see the vet
The initial vet visit said it all. This process was going to extensive and expensive. The vet said: since the rabbit is so young and her healing potential so good, we will try splinting and very limited mobility, with weekly radiographs to help assess the bone position and healing progress.
After six weeks in splints
On Tuesday, August 28th, Parsnip Malone had her leg wraps permanently removed. After feeling, stretching, flexing and assessing her legs, the vet decided it was time to see how she would do using those legs. After some light physical therapy, Parsnip got to see what it feels like to have working legs!
Success for this Bunny!
She can now walk, jump and whatever else she wants!
Rescue needs a little help
Zooh Corner Rescue takes in elderly and special needs bunnies who have been dumped at a time in their lives when they need their humans the most. Most of them have some form of chronic illness, others physical disabilities, and of course the elderly bunnies may have chronic illness along with the special needs that go along with caring for the elderly in general. Friends and family donated to part of Parsnip’s medical bill with Gofundme, Zooh Corner is asking for help raising funds for the remaining balance of their outstanding bill.
Zooh Corner gave Parsnip Malone a new chance!
Parsnip Malone Outstanding Vet Bill