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    Hi, I am so sorry for your loss. We lost a much loved bunny yesterday too and I logged on to ask a similar question to you. It’s so hard seeing the surviving bunny out of sorts isn’t it. Putting a soft toy in the hutch is a good idea, I’ll try that whilst we try and find another rabbit to try and bond with. Hope things work out for you soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pink panther View Post
    Hi, I am so sorry for your loss. We lost a much loved bunny yesterday too and I logged on to ask a similar question to you. It’s so hard seeing the surviving bunny out of sorts isn’t it. Putting a soft toy in the hutch is a good idea, I’ll try that whilst we try and find another rabbit to try and bond with. Hope things work out for you soon.
    I am very sorry that you lost one of your Bunnies too


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    Quote Originally Posted by chezza145 View Post
    Heís out in his hutch. But now I feel bad heís on his own. Donít know if I should go and get him


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    Personally if it is likely to be several weeks before you are able to adopt a friend for him I would bring him indoors and see how he gets on living as a House Rabbit. I dont think any Rabbit should be kept outdoors alone and as this awful Covid 19 situation could make adopting a friend for him something that cannot happen for a relatively long time I think being indoors with more human company would probably be the best thing for him x


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    Animal Rescue and Care (ARC) SW London
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pink panther View Post
    Hi, I am so sorry for your loss. We lost a much loved bunny yesterday too and I logged on to ask a similar question to you. Itís so hard seeing the surviving bunny out of sorts isnít it. Putting a soft toy in the hutch is a good idea, Iíll try that whilst we try and find another rabbit to try and bond with. Hope things work out for you soon.
    Sorry for your loss too. It is so hard. Just want to be able to talk to him and explain. Best wishes


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pink panther View Post
    Hi, I am so sorry for your loss. We lost a much loved bunny yesterday too and I logged on to ask a similar question to you. It’s so hard seeing the surviving bunny out of sorts isn’t it. Putting a soft toy in the hutch is a good idea, I’ll try that whilst we try and find another rabbit to try and bond with. Hope things work out for you soon.
    I’m so sorry

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    Iím so sorry xx

    Gentle (((nose rubs))) for your little boy xx

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