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    We have lost Cinammon :-( She hasn't been well for a while and she lost a lot of weight over Christmas and with many trips back and forth to the vets since Xmas, I woke up this morning to find her all floppy, and just lying there. She couldn't even sit up, it just broke my heart as she is so small, 6 months is hardly any age at all.

    From my very first vet visit in early December they were concerned that she was so small and she did start to gain weight, however over the past couple of weeks she changed and withdrew and it was a struggle to get her to eat and drink and although she never stopped pooing or weeing or eating completely the poos did get smaller and then after different medications and recovery food she seemed to be getting better, or so I though. This morning I realised that I could not let her continue suffering and I let the children say their goodbyes and I took her to the vet. They put her to sleep and they were so nice and supportive even though I was a wreck. I cried most of the way to the vets and then I drove straight to work still in tears. I don't know how I am going to face all of her things when I get home or what I am even going to do with it all. Cinammon was my daughters bun and she seemed to handle it all so well, she seemed so strong whereas I was the complete opposite.

    I can't help being really p*ssed off at all of those people who keep their bunny in tiny hutches, don't spend time with them yet their bunnies are fine. We absolutely adored Cinammon and she had everything....huge area to roam around in, toys, love, attention etc and we still lost her. Absoloutly gutted that we have lost our little baby

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    I'm so very sorry Cinammon couldn't continue her fight. Sleep tight little one xx

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    I am so sorry about your little one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranj77 View Post
    We have lost Cinammon :-( She hasn't been well for a while and she lost a lot of weight over Christmas and with many trips back and forth to the vets since Xmas, I woke up this morning to find her all floppy, and just lying there. She couldn't even sit up, it just broke my heart as she is so small, 6 months is hardly any age at all.

    From my very first vet visit in early December they were concerned that she was so small and she did start to gain weight, however over the past couple of weeks she changed and withdrew and it was a struggle to get her to eat and drink and although she never stopped pooing or weeing or eating completely the poos did get smaller and then after different medications and recovery food she seemed to be getting better, or so I though. This morning I realised that I could not let her continue suffering and I let the children say their goodbyes and I took her to the vet. They put her to sleep and they were so nice and supportive even though I was a wreck. I cried most of the way to the vets and then I drove straight to work still in tears. I don't know how I am going to face all of her things when I get home or what I am even going to do with it all. Cinammon was my daughters bun and she seemed to handle it all so well, she seemed so strong whereas I was the complete opposite.

    I can't help being really p*ssed off at all of those people who keep their bunny in tiny hutches, don't spend time with them yet their bunnies are fine. We absolutely adored Cinammon and she had everything....huge area to roam around in, toys, love, attention etc and we still lost her. Absoloutly gutted that we have lost our little baby

    I am so very sorry to read this

    She had the most wonderful life with you, and that's all that matters now.

    Love and hugs x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranj77 View Post
    We have lost Cinammon :-( She hasn't been well for a while and she lost a lot of weight over Christmas and with many trips back and forth to the vets since Xmas, I woke up this morning to find her all floppy, and just lying there. She couldn't even sit up, it just broke my heart as she is so small, 6 months is hardly any age at all.

    From my very first vet visit in early December they were concerned that she was so small and she did start to gain weight, however over the past couple of weeks she changed and withdrew and it was a struggle to get her to eat and drink and although she never stopped pooing or weeing or eating completely the poos did get smaller and then after different medications and recovery food she seemed to be getting better, or so I though. This morning I realised that I could not let her continue suffering and I let the children say their goodbyes and I took her to the vet. They put her to sleep and they were so nice and supportive even though I was a wreck. I cried most of the way to the vets and then I drove straight to work still in tears. I don't know how I am going to face all of her things when I get home or what I am even going to do with it all. Cinammon was my daughters bun and she seemed to handle it all so well, she seemed so strong whereas I was the complete opposite.

    I can't help being really p*ssed off at all of those people who keep their bunny in tiny hutches, don't spend time with them yet their bunnies are fine. We absolutely adored Cinammon and she had everything....huge area to roam around in, toys, love, attention etc and we still lost her. Absoloutly gutted that we have lost our little baby
    How tragic I am so sorry

    RIP Cinnamon xx

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    I'm sorryxx

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    Oh no I'm so sorry Binky free Cinnamon xx

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    So very sorry x
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    I'm so very sorry

    Thinking of you xx

    Sweet dreams Cinnamon 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 very sorry you have lost Cinnamon, it is heartbreaking, especially one so young
    Quote Originally Posted by Ranj77 View Post
    I can't help being really p*ssed off at all of those people who keep their bunny in tiny hutches, don't spend time with them yet their bunnies are fine. We absolutely adored Cinammon and she had everything....huge area to roam around in, toys, love, attention etc and we still lost her.
    Your thoughts (above) echo mine every time I look at my two
    Hugs to you and your family for getting through the next few days

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