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What a fighter! BunBun the rabbit receives acupuncture treatment to treat paralysis
The rabbit was found abandoned in a field a few months ago.

Benjamin Abela

Life hasn’t been too good to this cute black bunny – although it just might take a turn for the better…

Taking to social media, Equlibrium Malta veterinary services wrote about one of its newest patients, BunBun.

Poor BunBun was found paralysed and abandoned in a field a few months ago by a certain David Debono. Despite the rabbit's health challenges, David has lovingly attended to BunBun's every need - going as far as bathing him daily in light of his urinary incontinence.

In a bid to further improve BunBun's condition, however, David got in touch with Equilibrium Malta...

BunBun was found abandoned and paralyzed in the field. BunBun's extraordinary will to live and his sweet nature is so...

Posted by Equilibrium Malta - Integrative Veterinary Medicine Services on Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Equilibrium Malta takes a slightly different approach to your run-of-the-mill veterinary care by integrating conventional veterinary medicine and surgery with ‘complimentary medical modalities’.

Speaking about his practice, vet Zoran Jankovic says that his “approach to holistic medicine is to treat pets as ‘whole’, as sentient creatures, rather than merely treating a particular illness.”

Posted by Equilibrium Malta - Integrative Veterinary Medicine Services on Wednesday, September 15, 2021

In light of this, Equilibrium Malta is working on improving BunBun’s condition through the use of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.

A few images of the rabbit shared to social media show him undergoing acupuncture treatment during his first session, held earlier today.

“We are rooting for you, BunBun,” Equilibrium Malta wrote on social media.

Get well soon!

Equilibrium Malta - Integrative Veterinary Medicine Services / Facebook

12th October 2022


Benjamin  Abela
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Benjamin Abela
Benjamin is a Writer at Content House Group. With his background in journalism, marketing, and the arts, Benjamin enjoys finding the human aspect to any story he gets a hold of. When he's not too busy writing his next article, you could probably find him playing with his cats or performing on a stage.

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