Does anyone have/do something similar in memory of the lost ones?

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SirLawrence

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Wow, those look amazing! It says a lot about you and your family that such a beautiful labor of love is done for your passed little ones! ❤ ❤ ❤
 

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Well, both of them went without our consent, i do like to say so myself.
Musti's death was caused by what i say is a freak accident resulted in lack of rabbit proofing, and inexperience in finding a savvy vet fast enough, directly and indirectly my faults. I didn't want to, but it was best to let him go. Lümi just went, after all the stuff he'd pulled through, it wasn't supposed to happen, i didn't see it coming. I didn't want to lose him, and the knowledge that my best attempts weren't good enough, it breaks my heart.
I tried my hardest even when they were alive, and i kind of used my dad's profession to get them a chance of being a permanent reminder through a gravestone. It's helped me cope a lot with their losses.
 

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Well, death will come for each and every one of us.

Your tribute to their memory is beautiful! ❤ ❤ ❤ Just as the stones have helped you cope with their losses, hopefully sharing their memorials with us will help as well! Thanks so much for sharing!
 

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I agree. It is a lovely way to keep their memories alive forever! Thanks for sharing xx
 

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I buried my first two rabbits in the backyard garden. For the second, I created a burial box for her, some of her toys and pieces of banana and strawberry, which she loved. I have two photos of it, but I rarely view them, as it is still painful for me, seven years later.
 

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This isn’t a rabbit, but I buried my guinie pig in a box with his favorite blanket behind our barn and planted some Day Lillys over it.
 
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