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Forum RAINBOW BRIDGE A friend’s bun

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    • FluffyBunny
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      One of my adult friends at the church we go to, named Joe, has a 10 year old, brown-furred, female rabbit. I never caught her name, unfortunately.  Apparently, she has bad arthritis and can’t move her lower half. She had a few accidents after she was disabled including falling off a recliner, and now she’s in bad shape. Unfortunately, they’ve decided to put her down this Wednesday. She’s a loved house bunny and he seems pretty upset that they have to do it – they’ve had her a few years. Even though I never met the bunny, I’m a little sad to hear the news. I would always ask how she was, and her owner, in return, would ask about Mr. Bunny. Please keep the little brown bun in your thoughts…Thanks.


    • jerseygirl
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      Oh that is sad for them. 10 yrs of life and being a loved bun it will be hard to let her go but if she’s not good, it may be the best thing to do for her. Hope she springs swiftly and free of pain over the Rainbow Bridge.


    • mrmac
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      That’s so sad, but in the end it is the best for the bunny. She had owners that loved her immensely and took care of her. Send my thoughts and condolences to them, I know it is hard. The bunny will be misses. Binky free little bun!


    • luvmybunny
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      RIP little one *Hugs to her family too*


    • Kokaneeandkahlua
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      {{Binky Free little brown bunny}} That’s sad to hear but I’m sure she’s had a long and happy life.

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Forum RAINBOW BRIDGE A friend’s bun