Well, as you can see Mister Cottontail is up and about, but still has quite a strong head-tilt to one side. The very good news, is that he is now quite scared of me,and hides when I go near. As sweet as it was to hold him, this is great news as it means that he is getting his wild nature back, slowly but surely. I've also checked on him secretly, as in this picture, and found him jumping around his cage, shaking the bars and looking out around him. So this is all good too. His head tilt even seems less severe when he is doing this. So, one step at a time! Also, interestingly enough, for the first time I have seen rabbits all around WTS I wonder if they know he is there??
Where's a good place to have a little rest after having a meal?? How about in the turtleneck of a turtleneck sweater?? I don't handle the babies too much, but try to give them a bit of warmth & support, especially after their meals. I think that with the right balance, they will be all set to be released in about 6 weeks! I've also been taking them outside to try to teach them about becoming familiar with their home!