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Any experts on Russians?

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Posted by: stephieB at Wed Nov 16 10:55:33 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by stephieB ]  
   

Hi,
Im Steph from the UK. I posted here some time ago about my little Russian Scrabble who is around 2 years old. 2 months ago he started to walk around with his eyes shut and stopped eating although he seemed active in every other way - getting up to bask... pooping etc..
After some days of worrying I took him to a vet who admitted him into a vetinary hospital for 2 and a half weeks. In that time he treated him with eye drops/ ointment..... and tested his blood etc for viral infections. Apart from being a little run down and treating him with some antibiotics...there has been no change in him whatsoever.
Sadly I have him home again and whilst I cant get him to eat... am just waiting for the time that he will die perhaps from starvation. It pulls on my heart strings and I really dont know what to do with him. I really dont want to lose the little 'un. My vet said that whilst he was active etc then he shouldnt be "put down", so I am searching relentlessly in the hope someone has come across this problem and may know what causes it/ how to sort it out.

All hlep would be much appreciated... Stephanie.


   

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