Puto had an accident today that caused himself and me a scare until our hearts almost jumped out of our mouths.
I was doing work at my desk, and Puto as usual, came lying close to my work chair. Today he was lying just next to one of the chair's wheel. I noticed and tried to be very careful not to move, lest I injured him.
He fell asleep peacefully while I worked. Then there was some loud noise from the neighbour, and it woke him up. He stood up and started panicking. At first, I thought he must had been startled by the noise, so I pampered and stroked him. But then, I started noticing he was trying to run but he could not move on. I saw him pulling against something. The next moment, I saw him pull free from that something, and then I realized his fur was trapped underneath the chair's wheel! A bunch of fur was pulled out as he struggled away. I must had unknowingly moved the slightest inch and trapped his fur unknowingly. Oh, I'm so dreadful sorry, poor boy!
He stood there, shocked. I tried to calm him down, but he was panting. In my panic, Rescue Remedy came to my mind, and I told him "Don't be scared, Puto. Mummy gives you Rescue Remedy, ok? " I suspected I must had unknowingly used my animal communication skills to send him an image of the Rescue Remedy, because as I rushed out of the room to find the Rescue Remedy, he ran after me. This was not his usual self. Furthermore, a shocked bunny at such situation would most likely not be able to react in this way.
I had no time to dilute the Rescue Remedy and put 4 drops directly onto his snacks. He gobbled them up eagerly, while I added another 4 drops directly into his drinking water. He calmed down a bit after finishing his snack. Then I tried to use animal communication skills again to ask him to drink from his bottle. He did, and after a mouthful of the water, he used his tongue still wet with the Rescue Remedy to lick on the patch where the fur was pulled off. The next moment, he went back to his happy, cheeky self, looking and playing with me as if nothing had happened at all. while I was still shocked from the accident.
Now, everything is back to normal. As I'm typing this blog, I can hear that cheeky fella still happily sucking on his water bottle filled with the Rescue Remedy.
Luckily, Puto was not new to Rescue Remedy as I had fed it to him before, which was why he could understand Rescue Remedy is something good for him and followed me to find the Rescue Remedy quickly when I accidentally sent him an image of the Rescue Remedy bottle.
What a scare for both of us. I'm going to take some Rescue Remedy to calm myself now.
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