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Thanks DanaNM – good info and I’m sorry about the rescue bunny. And thanks LBJ10 and Gordo and Janice. I didn’t check Sunshine’s doodies when I got back in town and am now second guessing if I could’ve save the little guy. I’m just glad I was with him at the end. Although he was old he still loved to be cuddled and petted. It’s amazing how much it hurts not having him here. In the meantime, I’m making sure the other to cockatiels and both bunnies are getting plenty of attention. Cyrano DeBirderac is a little lost without Sunshine right now. I’m heading down to give him some head rubbing. BunBun has been hopping all around and comes visit me and Nibbles when I’m in my office. I’m amazed at the difference with her. We are still doing our little hikes down the waterfall path at lunch and she seems to love it – looking around at everything. She has to have her front paws perched on my shoulder so she can see where we are going.