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Post by DebLsB » Sat, 19 Jan 2002 05:54:31



Well - everything with the woman I last told you about - the really poor woman
who surrendered her rabbits to us - we took her groceries, all kinds of stuff,
and one really awesome dog rescuer sent her a check for $1000 - so she's doing
just a little better than she was. Two dog rescues in my area also donated food
and supplies for her dog. It worked out really nice.

I just had three adoptions this week - finally Howie, the beautiful New Zealand
got neutered and went home, and also two others - Dyl and Pumpkin. My vet went
on vacation this week, and of course we're falling apart without him.

Don't need to get into the specifics too much, but my 6 year old lop lost his
fight with cancer on the 15th and it was very sudden - my whole family was very
close to him, so we were really broken up by this. We also have an 8 year old
from the shelter with a harsh ear infection, a younger bun with a bad eye that
needs to have it removed -as well as a pregnant female we'd like to see spayed
ASAP. What a mess. I'm telling my vet he's no longer allowed vacations..
-KPC

 
 
 

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Post by Karin Kallstr? » Sat, 19 Jan 2002 06:14:45


So sorry to hear about your lop - my thoughts go out you and your family.
Just remind yourself that he had an amazing life with you, and that he
couldn't have been more loved.
Nice to hear that things are a bit better for the poor woman, though. So
good when people help each other like that - kind of restores your faith in
humanity...
Karin, Daffy and Eric
 
 
 

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Post by Nona » Sat, 19 Jan 2002 07:22:42


Thanks for posting the good news, Kris.  It's great that woman and her
kids got some help.  Sounded like she needed to get serious about
finding some for herself.

I'm sorry about your lost lop. Sad.  

I hope the buns who need help get it soon.

Nona

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> Well - everything with the woman I last told you about - the really poor woman
> who surrendered her rabbits to us - we took her groceries, all kinds of stuff,
> and one really awesome dog rescuer sent her a check for $1000 - so she's doing
> just a little better than she was. Two dog rescues in my area also donated food
> and supplies for her dog. It worked out really nice.

> I just had three adoptions this week - finally Howie, the beautiful New Zealand
> got neutered and went home, and also two others - Dyl and Pumpkin. My vet went
> on vacation this week, and of course we're falling apart without him.

> Don't need to get into the specifics too much, but my 6 year old lop lost his
> fight with cancer on the 15th and it was very sudden - my whole family was very
> close to him, so we were really broken up by this. We also have an 8 year old
> from the shelter with a harsh ear infection, a younger bun with a bad eye that
> needs to have it removed -as well as a pregnant female we'd like to see spayed
> ASAP. What a mess. I'm telling my vet he's no longer allowed vacations..
> -KPC

 
 
 

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Post by Dom-n-Minn » Sat, 19 Jan 2002 08:12:21


Sorry about your lop.
D'n'M
 
 
 

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Post by Pinktrixrabb » Sat, 19 Jan 2002 11:25:11


So sorry you lost your lop.

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Post by plimmer_142 » Sun, 20 Jan 2002 03:32:47


I'm really glad the lady got some help with her animals and money problems.
I'm so sorry about your lop that has made the trip to the bridge. Lots of
Love,

Clara, Danny And Pip

Quote:
> Well - everything with the woman I last told you about - the really poor
woman
> who surrendered her rabbits to us - we took her groceries, all kinds of
stuff,
> and one really awesome dog rescuer sent her a check for $1000 - so she's
doing
> just a little better than she was. Two dog rescues in my area also donated
food
> and supplies for her dog. It worked out really nice.

> I just had three adoptions this week - finally Howie, the beautiful New
Zealand
> got neutered and went home, and also two others - Dyl and Pumpkin. My vet
went
> on vacation this week, and of course we're falling apart without him.

> Don't need to get into the specifics too much, but my 6 year old lop lost
his
> fight with cancer on the 15th and it was very sudden - my whole family was
very
> close to him, so we were really broken up by this. We also have an 8 year
old
> from the shelter with a harsh ear infection, a younger bun with a bad eye
that
> needs to have it removed -as well as a pregnant female we'd like to see
spayed
> ASAP. What a mess. I'm telling my vet he's no longer allowed vacations..
> -KPC

 
 
 

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Post by DebLsB » Sun, 20 Jan 2002 08:47:14


Thanks all for your encouraging words about the loss of Domino. My whole family
was hit hard, and we really really miss him. But rescue never slows down, and
we've had 6 adoptions this week alone - and of course, the phone is ringing off
the hooks with surrender calls from shelters and all...
-KPC
 
 
 

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Post by FaeriDre » Sun, 20 Jan 2002 09:55:42


So sorry to hear about your sweet bunny losing his battle :(  Take comfort in
the fact that you helped make his six years on earth wonderful, and I'm sure he
helped make your life wonderful those six years too...

Lauren, Shaina and Lil Girl

 
 
 

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Post by mbti » Mon, 21 Jan 2002 10:09:39


My deepest sympathies on the loss of your lop.  He must have been so
special.

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