I can’t believe I’m typing this, but we lost Delilah today.
She was not well on Saturday – listless and not eating – so we took her to the emergency vet. They found that she had liver lobe torsion, and needed emergency surgery. We of course would do anything for our buns, so we gave the go ahead and one very long night later, she was recovering. But she came out of it badly anemic and with decreased liver function, so she got a transfusion… but shortly after that she suffered cardiac arrest and passed away.
We are completely heartbroken. We took Chuck to see her and say goodbye, but nothing will erase the “Big D” shaped hole in our hearts.
Binky free, Delilah… I love you so, so much, and I’ll miss you forever.
Gus suddenly wasn’t feeling good this weekend, and though mum & dad took him to the vet right away, Sunday morning he couldn’t get up very well and he was very cold – so I snuggled up to him to try and keep him warm. But mum & dad said it wasn’t enough, and he had to go to the emergency room – but he didn’t come back.
It’s a little weird now not having to fight over the best bits of dinner, or squeeze past anybun in the cardboard tunnel, but mum & dad have been talking to me a lot and giving me lots of pats (no thanks) and treats (yes please).
Mum & dad seem pretty upset, but I’m not too worried about it – I’ll see Gus again someday.
Goodbye, Gus – I’ll leave some pellets in the bowl for you (but the kale is mine!).
This makes me very sad. I always saw a lot of myself in Freckles – I think we were kindred spirits or something. We kind of looked the same (sort-of) and we both liked to destroy things like phone books! (So what if that makes me a kindred spirit with almost every bunny out there?)
Me and Gus and Dad and Mum all send our sympathies to Freckles’ mum, Deb.
Freckles, we’ll miss you, but we’ll see you again someday!
We learned this morning that our friend Hugo has gone to the rainbow bridge. It’s always hard to see one of our furry friends go away, but it’s especially hard when they look just like me!
We wanted to send nose bumps to Miss Eve and Hugo’s human, but dad tells me that you can’t send nose bumps via e-mail (something about “nose bumps can’t be base64 encoded,” whatever that means). So, Miss Eve and Hugo’s human, if you were here, we’d give you nose bumps.
We’ll miss you, Hugo, but we’ll see you again someday!!