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Can we please stop saying the poor shouldn’t have pets?

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  1. It’s already written a dozen time among these comments but it’s just if her favourite toy and she really weirdly loves the string of you take it if her she’ll thump until she gets it back 😂🐰

  2. Ahhh...there's so many comments on this post that it's hard to follow. Poor soul - I hope she recovers super fast!

  3. UPDATE 3: The rescue let me know that Little Potato did not make it. He passed away on one of the volunteer's lap. The wound was too much for his little body to handle. At least he was loved and cared for on his last day and touched many people.

  4. I'm so so so very sorry for your loss. Potato is pain free now in heaven with all the other beautiful bunnies. My MJ will take care of Potato in heaven.

  5. Do they get to roam around or is the enclosure their only moving space? OP thanks for giving them a home 🏡 💕

  6. They get supervised free roam time daily, and in a couple weeks they’ll have a 10x3’ bun palace (this one is 6x2’) :)

  7. Happy Birthday Darlingt Bailey. Wishing you many years of a happy and healthy life with your loving family. You are a star 🌟 ❤️

  8. I got my rabbit when I was in college. She was $5 from a farm lady who bred them for food. I was poor as shit, desperate for a companion and the price was right. Neither the bunny or I were in great places when we met and we spent our first year growing up together. She helped me make friends, gave me confidence I never had before. I learned what it meant to have another being depend on me and I gave her whatever I could. She slept in a box and played with newspapers and ate whenever food I could afford. I worried a lot that I wasn’t enough for her but coming home and having that fat little dummy run circles around me till I scooped her up made me feel like I was doing something right. Then, every time I did a little better, I got to spoil her more. Better hay, a soft cat bed, more fresh food. We went through a lot of places, a lot of roommates. To her, wherever we were was home and she was always confident and comfortable, something that I learned to emulate from her. When I finally got my house she got her own room but still slept in a box (she had many beds but she was humble). 7 years with her was nowhere near enough. She got me through so much hardship and I don’t think I’d be the same person now if I hadn’t had Abby in my life. Should I, a poor starving college student, have gotten a rabbit? Probably not. Did I need her? Absolutely.

  9. My heart just burst with emotions reading this. Reminded me of my late 10 year old MJ. She saw me through thick and thin and loved me unconditionally as I did her 💗

  10. Thank you so much for rescuing this baby. Please let us know how the vet visit goes 🙏🏻 ❣️

  11. I'm so glad you didn't listen to those negative comments from people who believe they are medical experts from birth.

  12. God bless your wee fluff and I'll pray for him to get better and strong. I lost my darling at 10 years old to a chronic dental infection that the vets could not conclusively say whether it was cancer or not. They hide it so well and I wish I could have done something different to stop from getting that illness.

  13. God bless you Maia and may your soul rest in peace 🙏🏼 Can I ask how old was Maia?

  14. She was about 4.5-5 years young, the rescue weren’t 100% sure how old she was when they took her in.

  15. Gone too soon 😢 But I'm glad she got to spend the last few years of her life with her favourite hooman. Thank you for giving her a happy life ❤

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