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3.19.2009

A Sad Loss

When Mom came home yesterday she sat with us for a long time stroking our ears and giving us kisses. She told Norbert and I that we had all lost a friend and we were all very sad for a while. Our friend and brother from the Barrie Bunnies known as Mr. Bingley, or more fondly, as Snarfy, passed away on Monday night.
     
Mom is very upset as she remembered him very well and transported him from the rescue day to his foster home. He was a big trouble maker (like me) and she always felt he was very special. He was abopted to a wonderful home 5 months ago. He had an accident and was very hurt, and his family made the decision to let him go to the Rainbow Bridge.
                    
We also send our thoughts over to Mel at Evil Bunny Overlord, as she was a wonderful foster home for Bing for several months, and helped him to open up and feel loved.
          
We will all miss you, Snarfy!
                        
                 

11 comments:

Totally Timmy said...

He looked so sweet.

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Oh, Snarfy, like a comet he flashes and is gone. Love his pic, looks like he caused some trouble!!!!

Glenna said...

Oh, dear. Very sad for Snarfy and his family.

YowlYY said...

Oh no, another lovely bunny gone to the bridge. Diana's words are so right. He is now shining bright like a star.
x

bunnygirl said...

So sad for Snarfy and his new family who barely had a chance to say hello. But what a lucky bunny to get to know love and safety after such an unfortunate beginning.

Gone too soon, but maybe it was because he quickly learned the lessons he needed.

FrecklesandDeb said...

We are so sorry to hear about your friend. Sounds like quite a character!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Oh no ... so sorry Fez ...

furrybutts said...

We're so sorry about Bing.. he does have a very mischievous face. We hope he's having lots of fun at the Bridge.

PJ said...

What a beautiful bunn. So sorry...

RoadBunner said...

A little belated, but so sorry.

Friend of the Animals said...

Hate to hear stories like that. So sad for Mel.