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      My very first bunny died after 9.5 years from cancer back in March. I didn’t think I’d ever be ready to have another bunny. But I realized I needed to emotional support of a pet, so we decided to take in a foster in June. The first few weeks were rough. This new bunny was kept in a 2x2 cage for the first two years of her life. She had all sorts of cancer, infections, teeth issues, and was severely overweight. She bounced around from foster to foster for 2 more years before coming to us. The first few weeks were rough, she was aggressive and skittish and peeing everywhere. But, we put her on a strict diet and she started to get healthier. As she got healthier, her sassy, curious, playful personality came out. She is now one of the most affectionate bunnies I’ve ever met - so we decided to adopt her. Our bunny, now named Sadie, grooms me, follows me around the room, and curls against me to take a nap. Sadie rescued me as much as I rescued her, and I just couldn’t let her go. I could not be more proud to be her forever mommy.

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      I lost my Holland Lop to cancer after 9.5 years back in March. He was the love of my life and my very first pet, which meant it was my first time dealing with pet loss. I couldn’t imagine being ready to have another bunny, but my mom was supportive enough to help me realize that I truly needed an emotional support animal. So in June, we decided to take in a foster.  I was so nervous the night before she came, I could barely sleep. I learned that she had been kept in a 2x2 cage for the first 2 years of her life. When she was rescued she had uterine cancer, urine scald, pyometra, and sore hocks. She was severely overweight and her teeth were a mess. Because of all of that, the first couple weeks with us were rough

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