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jueb

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Please help, my rabbit died last week in his shed. I went to shut his run for the night and found his head caved in. I was in total shock and still am. I have had him for ten years. Could something like a weasel have got in and done this? As I can find no other answer? Please help?
 

AVIE

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Omgoodness! I have no ideas! I will be followed by wiser, more experienced and educated bun owners. But I am horrified, I can't imagine your shock, pain, anger etc. I don't know what would do that? The rest of the body was intact? That doesn't sound like raccoons or birds. Oh my! Blesings to you!
 

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So sorry for your loss. Might consider re-inforcing the whole setup. My dad had chickens, and we double walled the whole coop and had really large wire--a bear or a wolverine could have gotten in, but not quietly enough to escape a hunting rifle.
 

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Please help, my rabbit died last week in his shed. I went to shut his run for the night and found his head caved in. I was in total shock and still am. I have had him for ten years. Could something like a weasel have got in and done this? As I can find no other answer? Please help?
I'm so very sorry for your loss and I can't imagine what you're going through. It was probably a weasel that did it. Again I am terribly sorry for your loss. 😭😢😟
 

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Im so sorry to hear that. My heart goes out to you. That is honestly heart wrenching
 

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