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'Sharran & Thumper'

If Only We Knew...

Aug 24, 2010

by Sharran
(Melbourne, Australia)

We keep thinking... this time last year!!! If we only knew that we would be losing you in a few days.. we would have played with you a bit more... we'd give you more cuddles and kisses.. and we would have definately taken more photos and videos... And last but not least, we would have never sent you to the Animal Emergency Centre. We would have taken care of you ourselves. You were given a fatal overdose of drugs that was too much for your tiny body to handle. Your body just shut down. I hate this month of August. I keep thinking, last year.. this was happening.. down to the very last minute.. everything is playing in my mind.

It started 3 weeks earlier and you went in for what was supposed to be a normal procedure to burr your tooth back. The laser light they used was too strong for rabbits and you and 2 more rabbits got a burn. That stopped you from eating. But they said that you were healthy. You were supposed to be ok and come back to us.. but you left us. It was their fault, they killed you!!!

27th August 2009, 12:33pm (Thursday) - It's nearly a year but the pain is still fresh. I'm very anxious about the 27th!! We still feel lost and so devastated over losing you, my baby boi. My heart has been reshaped into a bunny. I miss you everyday my baby.

God Needed You More and perhaps you needed to help someone else out the way you helped me. You were my Therapy, my Angel.. my everything. I am a better person because of you, my baby boi. I see YOU in every pet and every animal. You have changed my life forever.

We Love You, Thumper... Always Have... and Always Will.

Kisses & cuddles from me (your other mum)


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