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    A Rabbit Savvy small animal Veterinary Surgery in Twickenham, SW London
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    A map giving up to date, well researched and reliable details about reported cases of RHD2 within the UK. The map also gives details of locations of Vets reported to have access to the RHD2 Vaccine

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    Aww bless them!I loved how one of them was chinning everything-"that's mine,and that leaf and that!"

    Back leg muscles so wasted Their freedom is priceless,lucky bunnies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoppetylop View Post
    Aww bless them!I loved how one of them was chinning everything-"that's mine,and that leaf and that!"

    Back leg muscles so wasted Their freedom is priceless,lucky bunnies.
    Yes, they are thin too Hopefully they all made a good recovery and went on to have much happier lives x



    A Rabbit Savvy small animal Veterinary Surgery in Twickenham, SW London
    https://www.twickenhamvets.com/

    A map giving up to date, well researched and reliable details about reported cases of RHD2 within the UK. The map also gives details of locations of Vets reported to have access to the RHD2 Vaccine

    http://rhd2map.buntools.org.uk/

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    Lovely

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    Made my day!!

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    Breaks my heart animal testing, there is no need. I wonder about the people who do it. Glad these 8 get to have a normal life.

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    I share the sentiments above. I too, noticed some element of muscle wastage and given the circumstances, that's understandable. I can't even begin to imagine what they must be thinking about everything. The freedom, the fresh air, the scents and sounds. It is a deserved right of those bunnies to be free and I hope they find safe and loving homes to spend their lives out in.

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