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ASG, I am so sorry to hear about your bunnies. I know how hard it can be, just a couple of years ago we lived on a farm and had a couple of pet goats. They were the sweetest girls but we had decided to move into town. We were happy to have arranged for them to be taken in by friends with a farm near our new house and were looking forward to being able to visit them. On the last weekend before our move we came home from some shopping and found both had been killed by a coyote. It was a horrible scene. My husband almost collapsed from grief as they had been especially close to him.
Please know that it does get easier as time passes and, though you will never forget them, try to think about the good times you spent with them.
Sending warm and healing thoughts to help you in your grief.
ASG I have lost a bunny too, she was poorley and she died at home with us which I found so distressing and it hurt like hell for ages, but you did a fab thing in taking them in to your life to give them love and you should feel good about that. its hard now but it does get easier x
We buried our bunny in the garden and now she has a tree to mark 'her' spot x she pop's into my thoughts all the time and its nice to have a place to call hers x
RIP bunnies x