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    Default RIP Hazel

    I lost my beautiful my girl yesterday morning at the age of 1, I'm heartbroken. I woke up yesterday morning to let them both out, Hazel was in her liter not wanting to move, I pick her and straight away I knew something was wrong as she has never like being picked up! I sat her on my lap for a bit then went to put her in her cage so I could get dressed she wet herself as I picked up again, I rushed her straight down the vets. The vet said she had probably got a tumor on her brain for her to go from being fine one day to not being able to stand the next, he said the kindest thing was to put her to sleep. I'm now worried about how my male is going to cope without her

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    im sorry to hear that

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    I'm so sorry Binky free Hazel xx


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    Oh no, how utterly tragic At such a young age too. Life is unfair As for her partner, I think it's just a matter of monitoring him and seeing how he copes. It's very individual, some rabbits cope just fine while others get really depressed on their own. Sending vibes for him and hugs for you xxx Binky free Hazel.
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    I know how you are feeling, in the space of 4 hours my 3 year old went from being fine, to having a fit on the way back to the emergency vets and going to the bridge. The vets also suspected neurological problems with her too, she had no signs beforehand. Loosing them suddenly is the worst. Give your boy lots of attention, he will keep your spirits up. RIP Hazel, go find my Dishie-do. She will take care of you now. (Be warned, she loves licking...)
    Dish - I'll love you forever, I'll like you for always, As long as I'm living, My baby you'll be - R.I.P. 13/3/12.

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    terrible news, I'm so sorry It does seem so much worse when their young. Give your other bunny extra attention and cuddles
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    I'm very sorry, R.I.P Hazel
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    Binky free Hazel, lots of vibes for husbun and *hugs* to you xxx

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    So sorry you lost wee Hazel, I hope her wee boyfriend is OK.

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    I'm so sorry. Sleep well Hazel. x

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