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    I’m so so sorry to hear of this, you’re obviously a dedicated bunny owner and this was a hard decision made with only Ruperts best interest at heart. Binky free Rupert. X

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    I'm so sorry that you had to say goodbye xxx

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    So sorry to read this xxx

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    So!sorry to had to say goodbye to Rupert, binky free from pain 😢 xx

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    So sorry for your loss x

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    Iím so sorry to read this. The loss of a beautiful bunny with such a huge heart is so difficult. Sleep tight Rupert.

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    So sorry to read this sad update. Sorry for your loss of your beautiful boy x
    Lance got your wings 31/7/13. I will never forget u my gentle sensitive soul x x x Rosie my beautiful baby girl. . Said goodbye on 6/7/15. Brave Code, u made us so proud my gentle boy. Hope all of you is working now my snuffler,
    22 August 2016. Oliver my gentle baby boy, hope you have found the others, 30th July 2017. Will never forget you all my angels.

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    Thank you for all your kind comments about Rupert.

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    I'm so sorry that you had to make this decision, but it was obviously right for Rupert. I had to make the decision to have my bun Flop put to sleep when he had hind leg paralysis. Like Rupert he was bright within himself but he would have had no quality of life and I couldn't have provided the amount of care he would have needed. Three years on I know it was the right thing to do for him. Hugs xxxx

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    So sorry to hear this, you did what was best for Rupert despite your own heartbreak. Run free Rupert friends will be waiting at the bridge for you.

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