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    Aww.. they are all gorgeous bunnies!
    At least they're now in good hands!

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    Aww their cute

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    Glad they are all safe now with you. xx


    RIP Sweet Frasier bun xxx


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    Thankfully they are safe with you.

    Hoping little head tilt bun improves, they are all stunners

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    Poor bunnies glad they are safe now. Sending vibes for the headtilt bunster.


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    Amy - They are Old English, not rex paps, they are gorgeous, when the vet was examining the hed tilt bunny she was washing my hand

    Jenny - I picked up the head tilt bunny and took her straight to a local bunny savvy vet in Birmingham (not mine), he was brilliant and was convinced that she would do OK, she is now with a wonderful fosterer who can seperate from any other bunnies. I have pet carriers that I only use for rescues and I change and wash my clothes when I get home, I also nearly always wear Crocs because then I can virkon them when I leave the premises and before I get in my car and then I can thoroughly disinfect them by putting them in a bucket when I get home, might seem OTT but I would rather be extra careful than sorry especially as all my bunnies are special needs and have compromised immune systems, I then quarentine as best I can

    Helen - Makes me really angry when they leave animals with no vet treatment too, there is no excuse as far as I am concerned



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    God I'm so thick!

    I really should go to specsavers
    Toulouse,Otto & Minnie cats <3




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    Quote Originally Posted by Amy & Amber View Post
    God I'm so thick!

    I really should go to specsavers
    Yes and get a hearing aid whilst you are there



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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowy View Post
    Yes and get a hearing aid whilst you are there
    Pardon?

    Who are they with? *plans bunny nap*
    Toulouse,Otto & Minnie cats <3




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    I had the pleasure of meeting Bonnie aka Miss Head Tilt today, she is being cared for by Alio. Bonnie is a sweet, friendly girlie who I would love to bunny nap

    Cheers for the cuppa and choccie biscuit Alio

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