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    Default My bestest friend said goodbye today

    My lovely Molly passed peacefully to rainbow bridge while lying in my arms this evening.
    forever.

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    I'm so very sorry

    Sweet dreams Molly xx
    My precious boy, I miss you so much

    Rolo - 18th March 2009 to 14th April 2015

    Sleep well baby, I love you

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    I'm really sorry to hear this. Good to hear you were with her when she passed. Sweet dreams beautiful Molly x

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    Sorry for your loss


    Dumplin my boy sadly missed 21/09/12 - 11/10/14
    Sleep tight my beautiful NoNo and Baby

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    My lovely vet tried her hardest all day today but called me in at 8pm and said there was nothing
    more she could do .Thanks for your kind comments I m not sure an older man should be crying
    and be choked up by the loss of a bunny.
    But I guess it is only us bunnyfolk who understand x

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    That's very sad. Sweet dreams Molly.

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    I'm so sorry. xxx
    There's nothing wrong with crying for the loss of somebun you love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mollyjoker View Post
    My lovely vet tried her hardest all day today but called me in at 8pm and said there was nothing
    more she could do .Thanks for your kind comments I m not sure an older man should be crying
    and be choked up by the loss of a bunny.
    But I guess it is only us bunnyfolk who understand x
    I think it's positive that you are able to acknowledge how deeply your loss has affected you. Age and gender has nothing to do with the depth of bond and love we share for our bunnies and other animals. I'm 53 and still a total mess when one of mine goes to the Bridge.

    Binky free Molly xxx

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    Run free Molly xx

    I am glad you feel you can post here. The Forum is for everyone, and we all suffer pain and feel joy together.

    I hope you feel better soon, it's heartbreaking, I know x

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    Binky free Molly. It makes absolutely no difference your age or gender when a special bun that has touched your heart has leave this earth. My husband was and still is as upset at the loss of our bunny Julie .

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