I'm heartbroken. We got our little brown rabbit, Luna, from a nice couple in town and she was happy, healthy, very sweet and adventurous. She and my Boston Terrier became best friends from day 1, and my husband and I really bonded with her. She was just wonderful. We take her out of her cage to play (supervised) several times a day for an hour or so. Sometimes with our Boston, sometimes alone. Last night we took her out to play, she was happy and adventurous as usual, climbing all over everything, sniffing and licking our dog and us, and cuddling. We had just given her a little shower to clean her fur (water only, as I read soap can be harmful to rabbits) to clean her fur, dried her off and brushed her. She was totally fine and hopping around like normal. My husband shelled an almond and gave it to her, she ate about half. We played with her a while longer and then put her in her cage to eat her hay and drink her water and relax, and we went downstairs to watch TV. An hour later we were getting ready for bed. I check on her at night before bed, a few times throughout the night when I've woken up anyway, first thing in the morning, and we take her out to play several times a day. However, before we went to bed when I checked on her she was dead. My husband said she was already stiff, so maybe she had died shortly after we put her in her cage. I'm heartbroken. I loved my little Luna, I bonded with her more than I thought I could with a rabbit and I read a whole bunch of websites, books, and articles before we got her so I'd know how to take care of her. I think the culprit here was the almond- raw almonds can have traces of cyanide which can be harmful to small animals. I didn't know this. Unfortunately, there are some people out there who say almonds are a great treat for rabbits. I feel horrible that I lost my bunny and I don't feel confident getting another. It's sad that other rabbits might die this way because there's false information out there. I am wondering, how would this almond kill her SO fast? She had NO symptoms of being sick when we were playing with her, she was just suddenly dead an hour later. Is that normal? I read that this happened to another woman with her kid's rabbit but it died in 12 hours, not 1.