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Home Page Forums RAINBOW BRIDGE Fern died, then Thistle died. RE: Fern died, then Thistle died.


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I’m so very sorry for your loss. I think it could be like it is with old couples sometimes, they pass within days of each other. Severe grief can physically harm the heart of humans (takotsubo or broken heart syndrome), so it’s not so far-fetched to think something similar could happen to rabbits -especially seeing that they form so very close bonds.

It sounds like your Fern and Thistle had wonderful lives with you. That’s so very beautiful. I hope they are binkying together across the Rainbow Bridge now and for all eternity.