Loss of Pet Bunny

by Rachael
(Ireland)

I recently posted a little note about how my bunny was running around my house making nests in strange places and wondering how this battle for territory would end. Unfortunately my baby bunny died earlier today.


I am struggling to deal with this and am finding it hard to talk to other people as they don't understand how important a bunny can be. Is there anybody out there who could help me come to terms with losing my baby bunny?

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Mar 17, 2016
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Loss of a beloved pet
by: Cheryl

Hi I'm new here I know what you mean. I just lost my bunny of 5 years 3/15/16 took her to the vet for a checkup and while they had her in the back to weigh her she had a seizure when they come out to tell me what had happened and that she passed away I lost it.

It hurts and I still cry. I'm having her cremated and ashes returned to me. I bought a stuffed rabbit which I'm planning on cutting the belly open and putting her ashes in it and putting it on a table with Peace Lilly's as a memorial to her.

There is a website called Rainbow Bridge for people who lost pets I'm having an online tribute and a candle lighting for my bunny. It's a wonderful website for grieving pet parents; maybe you can check it out.


Jun 18, 2015
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by: Anonymous

Im sorry about your loss and I know how tough it must be to let go of a good pet. I've lost many pets myself, and what I find to be the best way to get over the pain is to think about the fun times you had with your bunny and maybe move forward to adopt or buy another just to heal.

Nov 30, 2011
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I know
by: Anonymous

I know how hard it is to lose your bunny. In fact, I lost two bunnies so far and am still very down about it. Once your bunny that you love with all your heart dies, there is no other bunny or animal that can replace it. I know how you feel.

Aug 25, 2011
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I know how how you feel
by: I mys Mystery

I know how you feel. I lost my 1 year old 5 days ago. I miss him so much, but I learned that it would get easier and you won't be as sad as you were the day he/she died. So go to the nearest Build A Bear workshop and get a bunny even though I don't need to because I have a bunny stuffed animal which kinda looks like Mystery.

Remember, it will get easier, and wherever you buried him/her visit him/her every day like I do and you'll feel much better.

Feb 02, 2011
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RE Loss of Pet Bunny
by: Silver Desert Rabbitry

I am sorry you lost your rabbit. It must be hard on you. I have not lost any rabbits yet, but I am sure it is hard to get over.

[The Moderator joins with Silver Desert Rabbitry to extend our understanding, and an electronic hug. Hopefully in time another little long-eared friend can step into the bunny-shaped hole in your life.]

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Pet Rabbit's Battle for Territory

by Rachael
(Ireland)

As I type this my bunny is running around my bedroom hiding bundles of hay in safe places....for example under my pillow and behind my shoes in the wardrobe. She is hopping around as though possessed and I don't have the heart to tidy up her little nests so it looks like I'm going to have to live in a bunny environment for a while. Clovis is a house bunny and we have recently moved so perhaps her behaviour is trying to put her mark on the territory before I claim it as mine! Is this normal for a co-habiting woman and bunny?

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RE Pet Rabbit's Battle for Territory
by: Silver Desert Rabbitry

Well sounds to me that since you have a doe, and she is carrying hay around, she may be pregnant. The only time a doe carries things around, such as hay, is when they are due for a litter. Check her belly to see if there are any lumps. If there are, get her a next box. Also watch to see if she is pulling any fur out.

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