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    Sorry for your loss, I'm sure he had a great life with you, binky free Roger, love to you and Bobbie xx

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    So sorry to hear this. Binky free Roger xxx
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    I am so sorry to read this, binky free Roger.

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    I am very sorry I missed this thread yesterday. I am so sorry that you lost Roger

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    So sorry for your loss. Xxx

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    I'm so very sorry that you've lost Roger Really hoping that Bobbie will be OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonibun View Post
    Lost my larger-than-life Roger 2 days ago. He was the liveliest bunny in the garden, always bright and never off his food. He ate as normal and then later I found him sitting quietly in the shed which I thought was a bit odd. His wifebun Bobbie kept coming to stand by me and then I realised there was something not right. So I took him to the Vets and asked them to check everything they could and all seemed good, even teeth, so the Vet put him on Metacam for a week to see if he perked up as he did fall out of his hutch about 2 months ago but seemed ok. Came home and gave him the Metacam and put him in his hutch. About an hour later I heard a noise and then 4 loud thumps which I knew was Bobbie as she has the loudest thumps in the garden and I had an awful feeling so I went out to see, hoping I was wrong but he had gone. He would have been 7 soon and I had had him for 5 years, came from someone who never gave him hay as they didn't know and he was in a mess when I took him on. Him and Bobbie were so close. Perhaps I should have had him checked after the fall but he seemed fine. Binky free Roger xx
    Oh Tonibun, I'm so sorry. RIP Roger xxx
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    I am sorry Tonibun. Binky free Roger. Lots of loves to Tonibun and Bobbie xxx

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    I am sorry that you lost Roger, Tonibun. He sounded a very special bunny and you gave him a wonderful happy life. Binky gree Roger. xx
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    Sorry to see this sad news. Thinking of you and Bobbie. x

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