HELP!! My bunny stole my heart and wont give it back!!

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  1. Nov 21, 2018 #1

    Hoolia

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    As i write this the thief is buried into my arm, licking my sleeve.
    Some of you may remember the flemish giant my boyfriend and I rescued earlier this year, Mrs. Brown. She is the most unfathomably sweet, wonderful rabbit i have ever met. She's recently started jumping up on the bed on her own again and has discovered that it's the best place to cuddle and take a nap.
    Im crying though, guys- oh my god, she's so sweet I have to show you guys

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    How many bunnies would you trust with their face this close to essential cords?
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    Help me, she is too good for me, i don't deserve her! I have to get up and be somewhere in half an hour but how can i move when she's so comfortably snuggled up with me?? How do I go on like this????
     
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    Oh bless what a sweetheart! You certainly got lucky with her, nothing better than a snuggly bunny!
     
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    We had a Checkered Giant that was a cuddle bunny on the couch and would lay on our back or belly if we stretched out on the floor--they do steal your heart away and she was so sweet we never could figure out how someone could be so stupid and unfeeling to just "dump" her out.
     
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    I'm afraid you have to stay put. Disturbing the bunny is not allowed :p
     
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    OMG! I'm in love with her now too. Thanks for the pics. My Khaleesi is not a snuggly bunny (yet). Note to self: next time, a Flemish Giant!
     
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    Maybe they didn't just "dump" her. Maybe whomever surrendered her agonized over it. I've never surrendered an animal to someone before, but I imagine that those who cared really agonize over it and those who don't care...I'm grateful they made the decision to do it so the animal could go to a home that has someone who does care.

    When I hear of strays on the street, I wonder if they were really released unfeelingly or if they somehow got out of the house and ran and couldn't find their way back. I like to think that the latter is truer in most cases. I hope it is and I will leave it there :)
     

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