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Had to have our bunny put to sleep today.

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Our bunny - Crunchie - has been a bit poorly for the last couple of days and today we decided he was suffering too much.

He has been on painkillers for a while because his back legs were stiff and this seemed to work well but the last couple of days he has been very wobbly and falling over. His beautiful fur was stained where he couldn't move to go to the toilet :( and although he seemed a lot perkier today he still couldn't look after himself.

He had a tasty breakfast of pear, apple, broccoli and his usual rabbit food along with rabbit chocolate drops and he enjoyed them all.

He had a lovely last morning with us today, the vet said we had done the right thing, but it is always so hard to make the final decision.

 

Sweet dreams lovely bun bun xxx

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Sorry to hear!

But it does sound like a fair decission for little Crunchie.

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Sleep well little one. It's always a hard decision to make but sounds like crunchie had a lovely life with you. Take care luvachicken.

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I'm sorry to hear about Crunchie.

It's so hard to lose a furry friend :(

 

He was very handsome and had beautiful velvety fur.

He lived in a huge hutch just outside facing our back door so we could see him.

It's odd him not being there :(

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He was very handsome and had beautiful velvety fur.

He lived in a huge hutch just outside facing our back door so we could see him.

It's odd him not being there :(

Aww, you'll have to post up a photo of him so that we can all appreciate him.

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Heartbreaking to hear, poor Crunchie. Thats the hardest thing about pets, they never live long enough.

 

Crunchie was 13 at the time, so pretty old for a bunny.

He had a brother called Wispa who sadly only lived 'til he was 7.

Both beautiful and velvety though.

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Wow that is a brilliant age. My friend has Mr Trouble who is 10 and his wife, Mrs Strife, who is 9 and I thought that was good

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