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    Only a bunny as special as Plumpkin could make me open an instagram account which I did just to see her. Really lovely - I watched them all. Thank you for sharing xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Only a bunny as special as Plumpkin could make me open an instagram account which I did just to see her. Really lovely - I watched them all. Thank you for sharing xx
    Ahhh, this has made my day! Thank you Joey&Boo

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    I have followed the lead of Joey & Boo and joined the instagram world. It only took me an hour of tooing and fro-ing. But it was so worth it.
    Seeing Plumpkin in the videos was so special. You have an incredibly peaceful and serene garden. It was a joy to be able to hear the sound of birdcall, undisturbed. Your garden is a peaceful and special place. It is also evident that there is an abundance of love that just flows from you towards your pets. They are your world and it shows. Everything that you do is for their benefit and your rabbits are relaxed and comfortable. Plumkin is such a beautiful softee - that is so apparent. She also thrived with you. She adapted so incredibly well in spite of the problems she had with her teeth. The way she was tucking into the smoothies was just so heartwarming. Her expression was like "this is the best nomms in the world". It was just beautiful to watch. The bond she shared with Bea and Ham was also special and I think gave Plumpkin that special sense of security that she needed. You gave Plumpkin more than memories. You filled her heart with love and joy and a sense of belonging in your family. You gave her life - the very best life she could have wanted and deserved.
    PLumpkin was everything and more and her story on Instagram is both moving and heartfelt and shows the love and joy that you shared with her. Thank you so much for sharing this special insight into your special life and special Plumpkin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig 1965 View Post
    I have followed the lead of Joey & Boo and joined the instagram world. It only took me an hour of tooing and fro-ing. But it was so worth it.
    Seeing Plumpkin in the videos was so special. You have an incredibly peaceful and serene garden. It was a joy to be able to hear the sound of birdcall, undisturbed. Your garden is a peaceful and special place. It is also evident that there is an abundance of love that just flows from you towards your pets. They are your world and it shows. Everything that you do is for their benefit and your rabbits are relaxed and comfortable. Plumkin is such a beautiful softee - that is so apparent. She also thrived with you. She adapted so incredibly well in spite of the problems she had with her teeth. The way she was tucking into the smoothies was just so heartwarming. Her expression was like "this is the best nomms in the world". It was just beautiful to watch. The bond she shared with Bea and Ham was also special and I think gave Plumpkin that special sense of security that she needed. You gave Plumpkin more than memories. You filled her heart with love and joy and a sense of belonging in your family. You gave her life - the very best life she could have wanted and deserved.
    PLumpkin was everything and more and her story on Instagram is both moving and heartfelt and shows the love and joy that you shared with her. Thank you so much for sharing this special insight into your special life and special Plumpkin.
    Aww thank you Craig, I'm so glad that you got to watch the videos! She had such a kind, gentle personality and it really shines through in the clips I filmed of her. It does bring me comfort knowing how many people's lives she has touched

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    I’m so sorry for your loss, but glad that she finally got to experience love and care when you took her in x

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    Still thinking of you all - hope everybun is muddling through ok xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Still thinking of you all - hope everybun is muddling through ok xx
    Thank you joey&boo. I'm feeling a tiny bit better today but every time I look at Beatrice I tear up. She's been so low and her and Hamilton just seem to be 'co-existing' rather than bonded friends. They are sleeping seperately and both look pretty miserable. It's hard for me to watch, honestly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beapig View Post
    Thank you joey&boo. I'm feeling a tiny bit better today but every time I look at Beatrice I tear up. She's been so low and her and Hamilton just seem to be 'co-existing' rather than bonded friends. They are sleeping seperately and both look pretty miserable. It's hard for me to watch, honestly
    Its one of the hardest thing watching your furry ones grieve. i expect they need a little time & whereas they might not be close I'm sure Ham & Bea appreciate bunny company. one of my bunnies grieved so badly for her half sis she came down with EC & had shocking head tilt within 24 hours, some bunnies take it hard
    My boyfriends colleagues bunny used to spend hours & hours sitting on the stone that marked his bonded mates grave xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beapig View Post
    Thank you joey&boo. I'm feeling a tiny bit better today but every time I look at Beatrice I tear up. She's been so low and her and Hamilton just seem to be 'co-existing' rather than bonded friends. They are sleeping seperately and both look pretty miserable. It's hard for me to watch, honestly


    It's very difficult and sad when they grieve

    The blessing is that at least your two have each other, but I know the dynamics change when one leaves. I hope in time they will feel joy again and love each other x

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    Beautiful Plumpkin.
    Can't bring myself to watch videos yet, but will do so later. X

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