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    I am so sorry it has come to this, yet two fits in an hour offers you little choice. Sending you all gentle hugs.

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    Thanks everyone Matt did make it. He saw him have a very minor fit which wasn't too bad, but really gave him an idea of how it had been We both pretty much held it together. Lopsy was absolutely ready to go, poor kid.

    He passed very quickly, but still had a lot of electrical activity so his ears, whiskers, bum etc. wre all twitchy and the vet treble-checked for heartbeats etc., it was quite funny. Lopsy being an enigma until the end He wasn't keen on the final injection when he's always been fine with them, just another 'something's not right' cue.

    Quote Originally Posted by InspectorMorse View Post
    Oh I am so very sorry It sounds as though it is the kindest thing to let him go now x
    It totally was: in the time since the vet phoned to our arrival (30mins) he'd had another two seizures

    Quote Originally Posted by Scrappy's Little Helper View Post
    It's really gutting when you had that glimmer of hope that they were starting to turn a corner 😔
    It really is. I'm just thankful it was so quick and pretty much black&white (pardon the pun ), as he went from happy-if-unwell to gone in 6hrs. I'll take that over prolonged pain any day.

    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    I have never handled a rabbit being PTS very well at all, even though knowing it was the right thing to do.

    Also thinking of Chibbs.
    He's our first pet PTS (expensive to the end!). It was, clinically, fascinating and we had prepared ourselves for this since last time (I even looked up his replacement ;P) and the inevitable hasn't come at a bad time all in all, except I might need help with getting him cremated! Chibbs seems fine: she's had a sniff and I've left him with her (with instructions she's not to hump him!) but I'll go and get him in a bit. No idea where to store him though, might have to make space in the fridge :S

    He had a good 8.5yrs, almost 7.5 here Matt's going to have to remember to cut down on the forage again now Chibbs will revert back to slowest eater ever again, I bet!
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    Iím so so sorry thinking of you and sending hugs xx

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    I can wholeheartedly recommend old flatts farm crematorium, it might be too far from you though. http://www.oldflattsfarm.co.uk/ They are lovely and we all said it was the nicest way to say goodbye, and not too expensive either, considering the care they gave us when we lost Alfie dog and Smokey cat.

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    Oh I'm so sorry to hear this, glad you were both there. Binky free Lopsy, big hug for you and Matt KK xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoobec View Post
    I can wholeheartedly recommend old flatts farm crematorium, it might be too far from you though. http://www.oldflattsfarm.co.uk/ They are lovely and we all said it was the nicest way to say goodbye, and not too expensive either, considering the care they gave us when we lost Alfie dog and Smokey cat.
    Aw thanks Zoobec: we've been really lucky actually, Forget Me Nott in Trowell (20mins drive) have managed to fit me in last thing today They were great with Aboleth. I was most worried about getting him to there in good time, as I think they'll be able to look after his ashes until I get back
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    Quote Originally Posted by keletkezes View Post
    Aw thanks Zoobec: we've been really lucky actually, Forget Me Nott in Trowell (20mins drive) have managed to fit me in last thing today They were great with Aboleth. I was most worried about getting him to there in good time, as I think they'll be able to look after his ashes until I get back
    Oh, thatís good, Iím glad you are sorted out

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    I'm so sorry you lost your "Geeky" boy ,he was a character. Binky free little Lopsy.x

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    Oh, keletkezes, I'm so incredibly sorry. I had hoped you'd have more time with dear Lopsy... It does sound like you made the best and kindest decision for him, though, and I'm glad it was quick and that both you and Matt could be there at the end. I'll be thinking of you both and of Chibbs. I'm glad she seems fine and has had a chance to say goodbye to Lopsy. I hope she'll cope okay these coming days once she realises she's on her own.
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    Massive hugs - he was such a lovely & funny rabbit xx

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