Hi guys, I'm not sure if I've posted in this section before or not, I usually use the dog one as they're far more trouble than the buns! We have two rescue rabbits - Peanut, possibly an English cross, and Suzi, most likely a lop/lion head cross. Both are about 3 or 4 and live both indoors and outdoors. They have a double tiered cage inside and a huge pen outside (to give them loads of space but separate them from the dogs when they are out). They're both neutered and we feed them hay (constant access) and two meals a day of Pets at Home adult nuggets. They've never had muesli food. Both of them have had stasis at one point each over the last few years and each time they've been given a motility injection to get them 'moving' again. However, last night we noticed that Peanut wasn't eating his dinner. We had to go out but tried feeding him when we got back and he still wouldn't have any. He also hasn't eaten his breakfast. We're pretty sure he ate his breakfast on Saturday but when we thought about it neither of us saw him hopping about outside during the day, just sitting in one of their toys. He seems quite listless though he his hopping about from time to time and grooming himself. I also haven't seen him have a drink, though he never drank frequently (that we saw) before. We have syringed a mixture of grass and Suzi's poop into his mouth (recommended by a vet last time when he did this over a weekend) but I don't have pineapple juice and the shops aren't open yet. He didn't seem to swallow it to start with but it must have gone somewhere as he didn't spit it out. We've also massaged his belly. Unlike last time he has this, his eyes and nose seem a little runny - there's a little white discharge around his nose and in the corner of his eyes, a bit like sleep. I guess I'm asking you guys whether this is enough or whether he should go to an emergency vet today? I know it's awful but I'm worried about the emergency cost on top of the meds and everything else. We're a bit tight on cash at the moment and while I would pay it if I have to I would rather nurse him myself if I can.