Common Causes of Sudden Death in Healthy Rabbits

Updated on August 14, 2015
Domestic rabbits typically live between nine and twelve years, although eight years is common as well.
Domestic rabbits typically live between nine and twelve years, although eight years is common as well. | Source

We all remember the happy day we got our pet bunnies. Sadly, some rabbits that appear perfectly healthy die for no apparent reason. There is always a cause of death, no matter how sudden. As heartbreaking as it is, the bunny must have suffered from some illness, stress, or injury.

The Life Cycle of a Domestic Rabbit

This domestic female California rabbit (with kits) may die if put through sterilization surgery. With pet rabbits, it is best to only sterilize the males.
This domestic female California rabbit (with kits) may die if put through sterilization surgery. With pet rabbits, it is best to only sterilize the males. | Source

Rabbits are born in litters of 1-14. They start eating what their mother eats at around three weeks and can leave their mother at eight weeks. Most male rabbits (bucks) become sexually mature at around four months. This is a good age to have your male neutered. Females (does) can die from being spayed as it is a major operation. I suggest only sterilizing male rabbits.

Most rabbits stop growing between 18-24 months of age and a healthy rabbit can live for 9-12 years. While giant breeds will not usually live to eight years, a healthy standard or dwarf rabbit will live to a full life span provided it is cared for properly. Rabbits become senior citizens at 7-8 years of age. The Holland Lop and Netherland Lop have the longest life span, with most living past ten and even into their early teens.

Why Would a Seemingly Healthy Pet Rabbit Suddenly Die?

Ten Causes for Sudden Rabbit Death
The bunny was an indoor pet that could not handle outdoor temperatures.
Myiasis, or deadly fly-strike.
Injured during improper handling by children.
Fear-related heart attack.
Injured by another pet.
Aborted pregnancy
Poisoning
Swallowed a sharp object.
Bunny was older than you thought.
Pre-existing health condition.

Pet Store Rabbits Should Stay Indoors

One of the most common causes of sudden rabbit death is that the rabbit was meant to live indoors and could not handle the temperatures outdoors.
One of the most common causes of sudden rabbit death is that the rabbit was meant to live indoors and could not handle the temperatures outdoors. | Source

Most pet store staff will tell you to keep your rabbit inside until summer, when the weather is warmer. Pet shop rabbits have been inside the warm store for a few weeks or more and cannot live outside right away. Rabbits have delicate systems and a drop in temperature could kill them. It is not a good idea to keep pet store rabbits outside at all. They are indoor animals and must be kept indoors.

Deadly Fly Strike and Rabbits

Many new rabbit owners are not aware of deadly fly strike. This happens when a germ-infested fly lands on a rabbit and lays eggs on them. The eggs hatch quickly and can literally eat a rabbit inside and out.

A rabbit with deadly fly strike gets a dirty bottom and has a foul smell. If caught early enough, treatments can save the rabbits life but their lifespan will be shorter than usual.

The best way to prevent this fatal condition is to regularly check your rabbit's bottom and keep it clean. Use a fly guard in your rabbit's environment and keep your pet on a proper diet: no carrots, lettuce, or bread.

Rabbits Should Not Live With Children Under 12

Rabbits have delicate bodies and bones. If living with young children, a rabbit can easily be injured, perhaps fatally so, after being mishandled by a child.
Rabbits have delicate bodies and bones. If living with young children, a rabbit can easily be injured, perhaps fatally so, after being mishandled by a child. | Source

Rabbits often do not like children and can be very fearful of them. If a child does not handle the rabbit properly, the rabbit may jump about so the child can't hold them or lets go. If the rabbit falls to the floor they may break their backbone or neck. Their bones are very delicate and break easily. Children running around screaming can cause stress and anxiety for rabbits. If a child ran out into your garden yelling and a few days later your rabbit died, then you have your cause: Rabbits can die of shock (see below) and are not suitable for children under 12 years of age.

Rabbits Can Die of Fright!

Loud sounds can scare a rabbit to the point of causing a heart attack. The rabbit may go into shock and die a few days later.
Loud sounds can scare a rabbit to the point of causing a heart attack. The rabbit may go into shock and die a few days later. | Source

It is possible for a rabbit to die of fright. Loud sounds, such as cats, dogs, loud music, or screaming can lead to a heart attack and put a rabbit into shock, causing sudden death. It can day several days for the rabbit to die this way, and it does not happen often, but it is quite possible.

Other Animals or Pets Can Kill a Rabbit

Cats, dogs, and ferrets are hunting animals and can easily catch and kill a domestic rabbit.
Cats, dogs, and ferrets are hunting animals and can easily catch and kill a domestic rabbit. | Source

Do not even consider a rabbit if you have aggressive dogs, large dogs, young untrained puppies, ferrets, or cats. Ferrets are hunters and cat are wild animals will will hunt, frighten, or severely injure a pet bunny. Large dogs can easily induce shock and heart attacks. Puppies don't mean to be naughty, but of course they can hurt or frighten your rabbit to death. If you are planning to get a bunny, train your dog beforehand and keep them away from each other. Slowly introduce them to one another. Do not buy a terrier such as a Westie or Schnauzer, as these are hunting dogs and are extremely hard to train to leave a rabbit alone.

An Aborted Late Pregnancy Can Be Fatal

A female rabbit that aborts a pregnancy in late term may not be able to absorb the fetal tissue. The dead kits may become toxic inside her, resulting in death.
A female rabbit that aborts a pregnancy in late term may not be able to absorb the fetal tissue. The dead kits may become toxic inside her, resulting in death. | Source

If a rabbits aborts a pregnancy and cannot reabsorb the fetus, the baby rabbits will simply die inside her and create a toxic situation. A normal miscarriage can be absorbed harmlessly, but if the pregnancy is further long when the miscarriage happens, the mother rabbit may die.

Poison Ingested Inside or Out in the Garden

Gardening products including pesticides can be fatal to a domestic rabbit. Signs of poisoning are loss of appetite and discharge from the eyes, mouth, or anus.
Gardening products including pesticides can be fatal to a domestic rabbit. Signs of poisoning are loss of appetite and discharge from the eyes, mouth, or anus. | Source

It is possible for a pet rabbit to suffer poisoning and die very quickly. They may not show any symptoms and behave normally, but if there is discharge from any area, especially the eyes, mouth, or anus, they may have eaten something poisonous in the garden. They will have very little appetite for food or water. If your rabbit dies and you suspect poison, be sure to remove the body and sterilize the area. If you have another rabbit and that one seems fine, take them to the vet just in case.

Possible sources of poison include gardening products, pesticides, washing powder, and other cleaning products.

What You Should Know Before Buying a Rabbit

Bunny Is Older Than You Thought

Once a rabbit is past three, it can be very hard to precisely identify the age. Be very careful to check a rabbit over before purchasing or adopting. Rabbits stop growing at 18-24 months of age, but read up on the breed of rabbit you are looking at so you know typical sizes for babies and adults of that type. Some rabbit sellers may pass an older rabbit as younger. Unless you are sure the rabbit is young, think twice about buying or adopting. The stress of moving to a new home might cause a very old rabbit to die sooner rather than later.

Did Your Bunny Have Health Problems?

A rabbit may have a history of health problems that the seller does not disclose.
A rabbit may have a history of health problems that the seller does not disclose.

It is hard to tell a rabbit's history. If you do not know the person who is selling the rabbit, ask a vet or veterinary nurse to come along so they can give a proper examination of the animal. Ask the seller for medical records.

Swallowing Objects Like Glass Can Kill a Rabbit

Before your rabbit forages in the garden, make sure to remove any sharp objects, especially pieces of broken glass or anything that could be potentially very harmful to your pet. Rabbits will sometimes ingest things they shouldn't and in many cases it does them no harm. Swallowing a sharp or large object can literally tear a rabbit's insides, causing severe internal bleeding. If you notice blood around the anus, this may be a sign of internal bleeding. If this happens, take it to the vet to have it examined immediately.

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      Arty Wilwib 

      3 days ago

      My beloved giant papillon rabbit died suddenly yesterday from a big heart attack. He was never caged and had free roam of the house and garden for 8 years.

      He was my everything, I'd spend hours a day stroking and grooming him he would always wash me. He was my therapy. I feel utterly broken. A part of me has died with him.

      There are reminders of him in every room. I am having him preserved as we cannot let him go and that way he will be here in his home where he belongs with us.

      Every night he'd watch tv with us. He was fine the day before then the heart attack happened at 4.45pm yesterday he let out a series of high pitched screams for about 15 minutes on and off, It was devastating.

      After he passed I held him all night. I'm grieving badly and in total shock. I talk to him still and know that he'll be back home with us soon where he belongs. Mummy will always love you, always.

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      carelis 

      12 days ago

      my bunny died yesterday I found her swollen no animal bites no bleeding I really don't know what happened

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      Alexis 

      2 weeks ago

      My baby bunny just died all of a sudden and it really pisses me off it was just fine one moment then the next its dead and like what the hell happend i been crying all day

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      guest 

      3 weeks ago

      You forgot to mention pine or cedar bedding can make your rabbit sick or kill it

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      No 

      3 weeks ago

      This article is AWFUL! You should ALWAYS, ALWAYS neuter *and* spay rabbits, 80% of female rabbits will get cancer by age 4 and be dead soon after.

      Its absolutely abhorrent for you to AT ALL be telling people they shouldn't be neutering females. If you take your rabbit to a good exotic vet she should be fine, I am yet to hear of a female dying on the operating table from spaying. You're encouraging early pet death and unwanted babies.

      This is disgusting and whoever wrote this article is an idiot and barely knows anything about rabbits, "rabbits can die if they swallow glass"

      No fu*king sh*t

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      Madison 

      3 weeks ago

      Please by aware the article information about spaying isn’t correct. Female rabbits are generally at a 60 percent increased risk of uterine cancers if left unspayed. It is highly recommended you spay a female rabbit as early as possible. Typically there isn’t a difference in anaesthesia risk in male vs female rabbits.

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      Manju 

      3 weeks ago

      it was healthy one day and dead the next. We have no idea what happened!

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      Emma Currie 

      3 weeks ago

      On friday my loppy eared rabbit Rufus was fine i let him out that morning to run the yard as normal, he followed me everywhere like he usually does, followed me to the clothesline like normal, then i noticed him digging to get up under the gate near the shed and in the dirt i kept getting him out of it but he was determined to get in there and when he did he was rolling around on his back and side in the dirt, then he came back out and was normal, then i put him to bed at night time and he was fine and i got up to go to work the next morning he was sitting in his cage still alive but wasnt normal as i opened the door to let him out and he wouldnt come out, and he didnt touch any of his food the night before which i found very odd, and literally within 2hrs of me being at work my partner rings me up to say Rufus is dead, so i dont know how it happened and i am utterly upset about it, i still cant go outside without crying..

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      Dan 

      4 weeks ago

      Rex was a run away when we found him in our front yard. We took him in and he lived in our garage for 6 years. He was fully grown when we took him in so I would guess he was 7 1/2 years old when he died. Rex was perfectly fine at 300 AM.

      When my wife fed him at 715 AM he was again fine and ate. His appetite was good for food and water. I found him dead at 145 PM. No bleeding or obvious signs of injury. No loud noises. No other animals in the garage.

      My wife is a retired small animal vet. She looked him over and could find no obvious signs either. We were very careful to rabbit proof the garage. A mystery. He was active and alert until I found him dead.

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      Victoris 

      4 weeks ago

      I played with Albert who was primarily a house bun, with unfettered access to garden. I found him dead a few hours later. No signs of distress. I did not have him from birth, I think he was between 6 and 7 years old. He was vaccinated, and saw his vet regularly

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      Jane 

      5 weeks ago

      We had 2 rabbits from a breeder one became ill within 36 hours and died. The vet thought it could have been s virus The breeder gave us a second rabbit. Within 2 months the original rabbit was found dead in the hutch. I then bought another rabbit from a different breeder We have had this rabbit 2 days and the other one was found dead in the hutch this morning. We are wondering if it’s just the one breeder as we are heartbroken to loose so many rabbits and are seriously thinking of giving away our latest edition even though the children will be heartbroken

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      Keith 

      5 weeks ago

      Wife called out and said something is wrong with honey and when I got to her cage she was lying on her side kicking. I picked her up and put her on a blanket and she relaxed. We stayed with her petting her till she passed. I buried her the next morning. I won her at the fair and till this day wish I new why. Miss her very much.

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      Kai 

      5 weeks ago

      So my rabbit was brand new to us. Only 3 weeks with us. And on Thursday morning he was laying on the bottom of his cage. I rushed to the emergency vet but he died in the car. Necropsy said he had liver torsion and the heat in my area made it worse. I was told not to let my other bunnies play outside at all in the heat and liver torsion can be genetic, trauma or bacterial. Needless to say not something we caused. It was heart breaking. Be careful of liver torsion. First signs are lethargy and not eating. My kid didn't show those but those are the most common

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      6 weeks ago

      My rabbit Cocoa died this morning. I heard a thud and checked on him. He was laying on his side barely alive. I called my mom and my mom tried to give him CPR. I tried warming him up but that didn't work. A few moments later he stopped breathing. He was Lifeless. He died right in my arms. He was a bit over 2 years old but I still love him.

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      Christina 

      6 weeks ago

      I woke up this morning to find my Bam Bam dead in his cage. He had been fine right before I put him to bed... played with his cat friends, ate, drank, and pooped as usual. This morning when I went to let him out for breakfast, I noticed that he didn't greet me as he usually did. He was just laying there as though he was asleep. There were no signs of injury, illness, or trauma. He was just gone. He was only a year and 8 months so it couldn't have been old age. He was such a sweet, lovable little guy. We are heartbroken.

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      Lilly and joshua 

      6 weeks ago

      We just went to the garden 6pm fudge is now passed away, fudge was fine this morning no idea what happened. No funny smells or bleeding a mystery

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      Lolly 

      6 weeks ago

      Our curious & oh-so-sweet bun jumped up into a chair where a newly opened box of ordinary cookies were left for an hour, and ate 1/4 of the box. She was dead 12 hours later. :( So tragic, and heartbreaking!

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      Mara 

      7 weeks ago

      I literally just found my rabbit dead outside. She was fine last night after i gave her dinner, and then morning she was bleeding from her bottom and laying flat on the floor. Thought she was sleeping because i didnt see the blood at first. So, i went inside to grab some breakfast. When i came back out i noticed and i started searching google to see if something was going on. Then i stumbled on the website and im still grieving.

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      Elizabeth 

      7 weeks ago

      My beautiful dwarf lion head died today suddenly. I went to feed her and found her lying down and refusing to eat or drink I put her in a different cage and cleaned her old one. I force fed her critical care but still no improvement. When I awoke this morning to feed her she was dead and very stiff. I miss my baby. She was only 2 years old.

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      brittney 

      7 weeks ago

      I just found my baby dead today she was fine this morning but when I came home from school and went to take her out for playtime I found her dead broke my heart because I just lost my childhood dog a few weeks before and she was helping me heal and now she's gone the pet store where I got her never gave me the right information about how they could die if frightened.

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      Linda 

      7 weeks ago

      My little angel died 2 days ago. He was all good but we decided to wash him a little because he was dirty. It wasnt first time, he didnt like so much but i didnt mean to harm him. I hold him and he tried to escape many times. I just hold him to keep him so i can wash him. I think i stressed him much, my poor baby, my little baby. After bath he was jumping in home, he sit on the carpet and some hours later we went sleep. In morning i woke up and he was paralysed, he couldnt move at all. I thought he s dead but he was still breathing. I went with him fast to vet but he didnt know what can be so he made him 3 injections to try to make him better. My little angel died 2-3 hours after. My little baby we were so shocked. It wasnt first time when we washed him, probably he was so stressed and i didnt even realise. I wish i can know what happened for real. Even the vet couldnt say anything. I feel so guilty so so guilty. Home is so empty so cold without my little angel. I wd do everything to change the past. We miss him so much.

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      Anonymous 

      7 weeks ago

      My sister had two healthy rabbits two days ago. Perfectly normal, perfectly happy, perfectly nourished with the food they had eaten since they were born. But that night, my sister took them into the house to play as she had done every weekend for nearly two years (they were only just about two years old). But we noticed that one of the rabbits wasn’t acting right. Misty, the rabbit, was just sitting in the corner, not doing anything. He was normally very adventurous and excitable, running around, hiding under the sofas etc. We thought he was sleeping because he had his eyes closed. Still breathing normally. So, we put him back in the hutch in the shed and thought nothing of it. The next morning, we were about to head when my sister went to check in then bunnies. Chocolate, the other rabbit, was perfectly normal. Just eating some rabbit food! But my sister opened the area where the rabbits slept (which is also where my sister had put Misty the night before) and there Misty was, laying on his side in dead fashion, barely breathing. My sister brought him into the house crying, holding him in her arms, saying “Misty’s dead! He’s dead!” Soon after he completely stopped breathing. What could possibly happen like that within 12 hours!? That night I couldn’t get to sleep. It just didn’t seem like he had had a heart attack. It must’ve been a virus. My mum took Chocolate (the other rabbit) to the vet this morning, you know, just in case. She was normal, the vet said there was nothing wrong with her at all. Throughout the day, my dad checked on Chocolate, each time she was eating food or drinking water or bouncing around the hutch. But, the last time, my dad said she looked ILL. My mum took her to the vet and she was barely alive. So, my mum got my sister and they went to the vet. The vet had no clue what was wrong with her, but they put Chocolate on painkiller anyway. So, a few minutes later, Chocolate was dead. No doubt about it. Plain dead. I have been searching the internet for the past 10 minutes looking for the answer and so far I think is was somehow Myaisis. If anybody has the answer, please tell me. We loved those bunnies so much. I don’t know how to say to my sister is was most likely Fly Strike. She’s still crying. It’s going to be hard.

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      Lindsay 

      8 weeks ago

      I found my rabbit dead this morning. She was a rescue rabbit so I have no idea how she was. She was fine at 6:30am but by 10am she was laying in her side dead. She still had a mouthful of cabbage, it was so sudden. Nothing was sprayed on the cabbage, it was the home grown stuff she'd eaten for the past 3 years and we eat it too. She's been normal and happy, I sat in her hutch with her on Sunday like I do at the weekend and she wanted to sit on my knee and nuggle. Everything was normal then suddenly she died. Im so upset, I dont know what happened, I did everything like normal. No new food, she gets cleaned out regular, we have other pets but they cant touch her, I dont think she had a fright. We live in the middle of no where, theres no people around or loud sounds. Im really going to miss her

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      Teddy 

      2 months ago

      Today my rabbit Charlie died she was a holland lop and she was one of a kind she would jump up onto the couch just when I was minding my own buisness and she would put her head under my hand and demand to be petted I loved her with all my heart she died trying to breathe jumping and gasping in my dads arms I literally felt my heart tear in two she was the friendliest awesomest bunny you could ever find she wouldn’t even run away from people she hid that she was sick and died at the vet today

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      Joe 

      2 months ago

      My lil bunny die so sudden this morning. We call him Angel :( . We're surprised since he is a very happy bunny. Always lick our fingers regardless. Didn't show us any sign before he died tho. My lil sister cryin a river when she saw Angel lying in his cage with eyes open. Haih I'm so dissapointed and confused as well since I couldn't figure out the reason behind his death. To all people out there who still considerin to get bunny or not, pls make sure that you are capable of handling this cute lil bunny, they are fragile and so not suitable for first pet but they will give u joy in return if u could handle them in right way.

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      Ann Zoghlin 

      2 months ago

      We boarded our( 5 year old fixed male) rabbit at a very reputable pet store for 12 days total( to go to a wedding out of town). He died on the 10th day.

      He had stayed at this place at other times in the past. We were never sure if he hated it, due to some other animals like cats, dogs and birds. I'm sure he didn't love it, and missed our scratches. We 3 adults really loved on that bunny for hours and hours, and I cant help but think he died of sadness or fright from the noise. Feeling guilty . Just don't know.

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      Sanket 

      2 months ago

      My rabbit pet, to me she was my sister, Moti (meaning Pearls in Bengali) was 1.5 years old. She doesn't have any boyfriend rabbit. She was happy with family. But after when she was 1 year, bleeding occured from either anus or vagina with urine. She lived more 4 to 5 months with continuous bleeding. The cause is (I think) tumor or cancer in anus or vagina. So, on 12-08-2018, she died making us so sad/very unhappy. She was one of our family members. She died because of disease. We love and miss you Moti.

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      Alex Giwa 

      2 months ago

      My rabbit just died yesterday, left 3 happy bunnies! She was healthy all through even when visitor came to our home a day before she passed away. So sad about it.

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      Jean Conway 

      2 months ago

      My lop eared 9 month old died this morning. Fixed my spare room up entirely for her to play in. After I checked on her, fed her, went into living room to drink coffee and she was running and jumping, playing in her room, enjoying her habitat and suddenly, I heard her cry, ran in there and she was on her side, trying to lift her little body up and could not move her head, and cried some more, then she stopped trying to get up, and I sat with her for another few minutes and she was gone and I held her. What an adorable loveable, funny little bunny. Very sad she cried and I couldn't help her and have no idea how she was injured so fatally. Fragile little girl with the strong hind legs. What a sweetheart she was.

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      Sherry 

      2 months ago

      Our bunny Lola was 6 months old, she wad absolutely fine yesterday, opened her cage to let her out as we always did, she hopped out, within an hour found her floppy and not responsive, within 20 minutes she died, so very sad she was the friendliest rabbit we have ever had , we are so very sad and can't believe she had gone .

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      Marbe 

      2 months ago

      Our 4months baby bunny passed away 3 days ago. He seemed healthy too. We are very sad. He brought us so much joy.

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      Ratna shahu 

      2 months ago

      Our baby rabbit died yesterday for no apparent reason, one of the my baby rabbit so happy.This is really painful to for me, I can't stop crying whenever I remember the rabbit dying

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      jamesdareal 

      3 months ago

      our baby rabbit died last night for no apparent reasons, one of my baby rabbit was so happy and fit and running and eat a lot but later at night suddenly not moving and feeling weak, i was so worried and carry my pet but after 30 mins it died, THIS IS REALLY PAINFUL TO ME and heartbreaking, i cant stop crying whenever i remember the rabbit dying. :(

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      Sam 

      3 months ago

      My 1 month old bunny has fur mites but I'm sacred to give her any med as she's so small and young :(

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      Rosario 

      3 months ago

      My Rabbit had 5 kits and it's been weeks, they've fully grown they're adorable and sensitive but each morning I wake up I find one dead.. now I'm down to the mom and one baby.. I'm pretty sure she's going to die tomorrow morning as well

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      Ava 

      3 months ago

      My baby bunny who was only 5 months old just died yesterday morning. She was perfectly healthy and happy the night before that morning. When I woke up she was just dead.

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      Shuubhadevaraj 

      3 months ago

      Today I lost my rabbit he died in the morning at. 10.45 his name is datatreya I miss you my chaild

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      kate evans 

      3 months ago

      my rabbit died she fell of the sofa an hit her head and the started rooling around and then stopped and then she could not stand up and she gasped and then died I have only had here for 3 weeks and she died miss you libby

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      Candace 

      3 months ago

      I'm a 4-Her. I've showed rabbits (breeding&market) for 5-6years now. In the last 2/3weeks we've lost 3/9 market rabbits for unknown reasons. It's very sad. Rabbits have always been my favorite animals.

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      Shatrughan 

      3 months ago

      My rabbit gave 5 kits but all are died,all of them healty 14 days old ..very upstting morning dont know wht happend

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      MissJenni 

      3 months ago from Chilliwack

      My 4 1/2 year old black beauty passed away June 19th after a 5 day unknown illness.

      I am devistated as is her husbun of the last 7 months and her feline.

      She was vaccinated against RHVD2 in May and never went outdoors.

      The vet said there was sludge in her bladder but didnt think that was the cause. Also a gas buildup which i guess was due to my bun not popping the last two days of her life.

      I wish i knew i did what i was in my power because i can't stop beating myself up and thinking she was happy and healthy so why is she gone too soon.

      I miss "my pretty Bobeets with those pretty little feets".

      "Mom sure loves Peps, & Peppep sure loves Mom"

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      Kerry 

      3 months ago

      We brought 2 bunnies from a pet shop 2 weeks ago, yesterday we took them for their first vaccinations and health check (which was all good) but this morning I woke up to find one of our bunnies had died. No obvious reason as they were fit and healthy before their jabs. Maybe vets should warn us this may happen due to the stress of it all :( we are heartbroken and the pet shop couldn't care less.

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      Madeline J Caulk 

      3 months ago

      I just lost my lionhead rabbit. He was fine all the way up to his death. He suddenly fell over and could not breath. I gave him CPR, but it did not help! I loved him so much, and cannot believe he is gone! I wish I could have saved him. He was not very old at all!

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      4 months ago

      My 14 week old lion head was found passed away this morning. absolutely devastated! beautiful little thing. Not even had her for 2 weeks when we purchased her from a pet shop. We took her to the vets Monday (now wednesday) to have there first jabs, everything was perfect as far as the vets were concerned. The next evening she had runny poo and did not seem herself it was all stuck to her so I tried to clean her up numerous times that evening. (by the time I had noticed this it was to late for the vets) I did alot of research on this, and a few websites had said to take her to the vets immediately so that was the plan for today but it's now to late. :( I know it can be serious for baby's with upset tums but that quickly? I'm wondering if either the jabs did somthing or the stress of the journey to the vets. They were indoor pets if that helps. My other rabbit (dwarf lop ear) is absolutely fine but he is over double her age. Heartbreaking. Sorry for all your losses. Let's hope they all meet in bunny heaven.

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      Raven 

      4 months ago

      My two baby bunnies died today, they acted perfectly normal, I checked for Myasis but they were no signs. It wasn't a heart attack we were very quiet it the house. They just both suddenly died at the same time, it's strange though, they are kept in the same cage as my other two rabbits and the other rabbits are perfectly normal??

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      rajab kaaya 

      4 months ago

      i am interested in learning more about rabbits farming. my rabbit ate carrots and it died a few days later. is carrot poisonous?

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      4 months ago

      My bunny just died

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      Keegan 

      4 months ago

      My dwarf rabbit died today. She was perfectly healthy as far as I knew this morning, but when I saw her this afternoon, she was dead. My family took it hard and she had only been 3 years old.

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      ωrιsτιηα 

      4 months ago

      My bunny passed away today

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      Anya 

      4 months ago

      My two babies died today - One was a dwarf rabbit and the other was slightly bigger though they loved eachother very much. The littlest one was found dead in the cage and so both were removed and taken downstairs. The other was then placed in a box away from the body of her friend, though proceeded to have a bit of a fit, sliding instead of hopping and not attempting to move much. She then, too, died. Both were very young, no older than around 14 months for the oldest and 8 for the youngest. I'm distressed and just want to know what happened to them to give me some closure. They were the reason I smiled so much and they gave me something to look forward to in seeing them and cuddling them close to me. I miss them so much already..

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      Melissa 

      4 months ago

      My Rabbit was perfectly healthy and normal, One day she just stopped eating aprox 1 and a half day , only drank water, we tried force feeding with a shringe she refused , that night she went into shock , she had no strength to even stand , sadly she passed away , we had her for 5 years, through research i suggest she had .Deadly Fly Strike and Rabbits

      Many new rabbit owners are not aware of deadly fly strike. This happens when a germ-infested fly lands on a rabbit and lays eggs on them. The eggs hatch quickly and can literally eat a rabbit inside and out.

      My previous rabbbit lived for 13 Years , and to see a rabbit die who is just 5 years is heart breaking.

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      Charlene 

      4 months ago

      Our bunny Diego died the other day. Came home to our apartment and found him stretched out and almost stiff, but still barely warm. He was perfectly fine the morning I left, and the afternoon my boyfriend left our apartment -- running around our feet in circles and begging to be petted. If I could change the course of that day so I could get some closure as to how exactly he died, I would. We still have his cage. He's the reason our apartment is home, now it feels so empty.

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      Emily 

      4 months ago

      I had a bunny for about 2 months and when he was about 4 months he would not eat (Monday 5/28/18) and I watched him until later in the day when my family tried to play with him.

      He was unable to move his front paws and they just collapsed under him as he tried to hop, after this we immediately rushed him to Avets. I held him the entire ride there and he never tried to move.

      When the vets looked at him they said that he was Paralyzed and could not move basically at all and his head was constantly looking to the ceiling. The vet told me that he probably had a parasite called E. Cuniculi that he most likely received from his mother and this parasite slowly takes over the brain and spinal cord for months and the rabbit shows no signs. My bun sadly was returned to me from the vets wrapped in a towel and sadly no longer with me. I cuddled him the entire ride home and have since planted a flower by his grave along with a rabbit statue.

      I am having a problem because every time I start to forget and think about something else other than my bun, I start bawling and can not control it while I envision my last day with him. I don't know what to do about my uncontrollable grief! Does anyone have any suggestions???

      Also I found out that this parasite is in 75% of all house rabbits however only 20% ever show symptoms of the parasite and very few of them actually pass away from this parasite but my bunny defied all of the odds and actually died from the parasite.

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      Jess 

      4 months ago

      My buns were outside earlier as normal on nice days, since we put their cages outside in the shade so they can relax in the breeze however I just went out to check on them and found my two females, one around 3, the other just under a year, lying in there pens dead, bodies stiff. My only male was still perfectly fine so I have since brought him back inside. However the two females showed no signs of disease or anything of the sort this morning, I'm utterly confused and distressed. Any help would be much appreciated, and sorry for the bad use in grammar :/.

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      RandomAnimations 

      4 months ago

      My Rabbit(Female)Just died today i cried so bad it only liver fo more than 6 months!

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      Frankie Root 

      5 months ago

      Sad weekend. Early Saturday morning found Daisy decapitated in the enclosed backyard. Found Minnie behind the lawn mower in a tight "loaf" posture in a stupor. Both rabbits are rescues. Appears a fox got over the wall and did its thing. Minnie only had an abrasion on her ear and two cut/bite marks on her neck, none that penetrated through the skin. Did some first level doctoring put her back down and she went right behind the lawn mower, again, in the tight loaf posture. Later, she went to the water bowl, took a few sips, ate the littlest amount of alfalfa, and back behind the lawn mower. NO DOUBT she was in shock. Me, the wife, and two boys tended to her throughout the day, afternoon, and late evening. She wasn't eating or drinking, but still passing stool, albeit, smaller and smaller near the end. She died early Sunday morning Buried them both under one of my Japanese ornamental trees. No emer clinic in area that took rabbits. Spent HOURS on the internet trying to find why she was just getting worse and worse, until finally the end, and I'm STILL doing it. Best I can tell from all info I could gather was she died from unrecoverable shock, along with witnessing the vicious ending for her buddy, Daisy; her body just shut down. I vividly remember her trying to wash her face. Got as far as three passes of her forearms, before she went back to dropping her head to where her nose was on the floor. Like so many of you, here, it's so hard to come to grips with seeing them happy doing rabbit things just a few days ago, then suddenly nothing! Had Minnie for about two years and Daisy for a little less. This feeling I'm having really sucks, folks, REALLY!

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      Sheryl hayden 

      5 months ago

      My rabbit Rosie died 3 days ago, I had her 5 years from a rescue Center she was bleeding from her paw last Wednesday she cleaned it up, rang vets they said ring in morning, the day after Thursday she was hold paw up, I got an appointment 10 30 vet examined her, couldn't see anything she had been scratching her ears so got wiped to apply and did mite treatment, made an appointment week after, seperated her from my other rabbit vets advice for 24 hours while this mite treatment was on, 10 to 7 the following she lay on her side I picked her up and she died, can't understand it, and finding very hard to get over it x

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      Lauren 

      5 months ago

      Today May 17th 2018 is a very very sad day :( My little baby boy all white bunny I named Bailey (A special gift from heaven) showed up on my front doorstep five years ago in April 2013 no bigger than my hand.

      He was fearless, friendly, smart, clean and beautiful with blue grey eyes! He ruled over and became best pals with the 3 kittens I adopted 3 years ago, they just loved him! My house and the back yard was his play ground and he was a very happy free bunny. I found him dead this afternoon laying in one of his favorite spots with no signs of fowl play his eyes were open and he looked peaceful.

      I truly have no idea what happened as he was seemingly fine last night. To lose a pet can be so hard as they are such magical little beings filled with pure love.

      I give Thanks to the heavens for bringing me this beautiful fur baby. I will treasure the memories we have had.

      I wish peace for those of you that have also lost yours! Remember no shame and no blame we have all done the best we could do in any given moment with the information we had. I love you Bailey

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      Nikiara leigh 

      5 months ago

      I have 2 rabbits, max and ruby..3 months old.. Sad to say max died. Early morning he is playful and seems no problem at all..when i check them in a cage ,huhuhu..he is not moving.. I can feel the sadness of ruby.. Until now ruby is not in a mood.. My hypothesis for this sudden death is temperature.. So very hot here in philippines coz it is summer. Aside from temperature is stress.. I have my 2 daugther and they keep on touching, feeding, carry..and maybe this is the cause of death due to stress.. Sooo sad my little ruby.. Maybe this week i could find a new bunny for ruby... Mmmm..what coud be the name..mark and ruby?hehehe..

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      Joey 

      5 months ago

      My bun died and it was laying on its side , we rushed it to the vet the said it was a blockage and my other rabbit (his sister) is fine though(luckily) its very sad to lose a pet

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      Casey 

      5 months ago

      In 2014, january the 4th, me and my little sister both got a rabbit from our local pets at home as a christmas present. They were in the same cage in the store, and so we thought they would be perfect. We fed them and gave them fresh water everyday, treated them like we were meant to, cleaned them out often. They shared a hutch in our shed. It was small (the shed) and all that was in it was their supplies and plant pots. After a few weeks, we decided to put a trellis across the shed door, put pieces of plasterboard along the tools, and opened their cage door. They seemed excited about this, and this would happen all day everyday, except for when it was night or we were out (well, they somehow managed to get out a few times but that's beside the point) so they could have freedom out of their hutch. They had plenty of room for 2 rabbits, they had toys, food, water, and stuff to climb on, but on the 13th of February 2014, my sisters rabbit, hollie, wasn't running around. She was alive, she was drinking, but she wouldn't eat or walk around. We picked her up and gave her some snuggles, and when we woke up the next morning, valentines day, i went to feed them, and as i lifted the hutch roof, she was dead. To this day, we still don't know what happened to her; she could have been ill when we bought her, she could've got scared, or maybe the other rabbit bullied her, which i refuse to believe even though the others do because there were no marks on her body so it was nothing physical. As you can imagine, I am not sure if I can get my rabbit another friend, because if everyone in my family was correct, my rabbit is the reason my sister's is dead.

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      Peter grass 

      5 months ago

      I had two bunny's and we had the bunny's for about 2 weeks. 1 bunny died out of nowere with a bone out of his foot.

      He was well fed, got great space and he sudenly dies

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      Sairam chintakindi 

      5 months ago

      Sudden death of my both bunny while they where playing

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      zaid 

      5 months ago

      My bunny died two days ago and I don't know what happened.

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      Edward Gameli Fenuku 

      5 months ago

      My rabbit ran and jumped few moment suddenly dead . what might be possible cause.

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      Mick 

      5 months ago

      We had 3 bunnies at work, 2 died last year

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      Sserunkuma Simon peter 

      6 months ago

      thank u for the information

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      Sayantani Bose 

      6 months ago

      My bunny is suddenly sleeping much.. he is normal otherwise , playing , eating and pooping normally but he is sleeping often.. is it ok?

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      shahtaj 

      7 months ago

      My 35 days old bunny died today without reason.bunny was very healthy very active and lovely. I gifted to my daughter on her birthday. whole day used to run after me and like to eat caret. We played with little one last nIght.today morning I went feed food and water she was not interested n not moving got doubt rush to vet treatment went but I lost her after 3 hours.I don't know why it happened with happy healthy baby.tomorrow my daughter 's final exam I cont tell her n I cont control my self...I don't know wt to do.....

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      AAlba 

      7 months ago

      Happy, healthy, well-fed, loved, cared-for and in the company of a human that loved him and a kitty that was fond of him, too.

      Was fine, eat his Timmothy hay and his veggies and TImothy pellets,, drank water, urinated and excreeted waste normally during the day. Then suddenly seemed lethargic at the end of the day and his eyes were lifeless. Seemed to have no energy at all but was receptive to being gently cradled in my arms for about 30 minutes.It was raining and during rush hour on a Friday. The emergency vet was over an hour dive away. We weren’t going to make it there in time. He was dying, but we didnt’ know why. Then suddenly he went from feeling lifeless to having a sudden full-body seizure while in my arms. I lay him down and cradled him in my hands. He died within minutes. Very sad. He was only a year old, a rescue from the animal shelter. He’d only been home for two months. Don’t understand what we did wrong or why he died. Very sad. We are heartbroken.

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      Rachel Plitt 

      7 months ago

      My rabbit Reesey actually passed away literally 2 days after her spaying surgery and me and my boyfriend are so heartbroken. She was just so stressed out from it all and got bad diarrhea which is fatal and there was nothing we could do, even after spending $80 on meds. It was all just so sudden.

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      Alaina Lovett 

      7 months ago

      One day I walked in and found my rabbit laying in his cage. I rushed over picked him up. It felt like he couldn’t feel his body and it was paralyzed. I rinse my parents and we realize that we could do nothing. Anyways it was Sunday we knew that he could not be saved. The day before he was happily jumping around eating drinking and pooping. Sadly the next day he was dead.

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      missmylovebun 

      8 months ago

      I found one of my precious baby buns dead in her hutch this evening before work. She was still warm and I cried so hard because I wasn't there for my sweet baby when she was dying.

      How can she go from alive to dead in hours with no explanation? She had fresh food, water, warmth and love and now she's gone....It is almost more pain to lose them than I can handle, how do you guys cope with it?

      They are innocent, and loving unlike most abusive and selfish people I deal with in my work life.

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      erkh 

      8 months ago

      my rabbits haven't died yet but they might :(

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      Sunit 

      8 months ago

      I had two rabbits and i think they have swallowed something poisonous after i dont the accurate reason but they suddenly start sweating a lot and their fur was getting dul and dul and wet like spikes . They both were screaming a lot it was so painful i took them to vaterian but it was late and at night they died . If someone knows what had happened to them plz tell

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      Sad child 

      8 months ago

      I lost my two rabbits after only 1 month of living in my new house. They were siblings of their mother who I still own. Therefore, they were still very young. They weren't even a year old! They were fed, and given water every other day. when I found them they still had food and water in their cage. So does anyone know what could have happened? Their names were Checkers and Chess. I was broken when I had found the first one in his cage dead with the other rabbit in the cage with him. I know that Checkers didn't attack Chess because he had never done that before and there were no signs of scratches or blood. And the second one died about a week later. What Happened??!!?

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      Juliana Edwards 

      8 months ago

      April was a albino beautiful dwarf rabbit. She died in my arms on July 27. She was 7 years and 3 months old. It was horrible. My sister said that April was making a small squeaking noise with her mouth. I ran over to her and picked her up and cradled her in my arms. 2 minutes later she died. I was 14. And still am 14, and I still cry every night. It was such a sudden and horrible death

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      Arpita 

      8 months ago

      My 2 baby bunnies died today.they ate cow's milk yesterday & cabbage.they were fine till yesterday night.But today morning they can't wake up r try to live but they died.I feel very bad for them.My mother is in tears.I did not know what is the reason behind their death.I feel very sorry.

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      Sad me 

      9 months ago

      I went camping for three days in summer and it was boiling I left them outside and when I came back they were eyewide open but not breathing. Oh my babies If only you were here now oh my poor Harper and Tilly-rose

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      Lauren 

      9 months ago

      I found my rabbit Nibblet dead three days ago. Being a college student with divorced parents, my time home to take care of him was limited up until my winter break. My dad took care of him when I was away, but after being away from home for a few more days in a row than I originally planned, I went to check on him, only to find that he was sprawled out and dead in his cage. My dad said that he restocked the food and water at least every other day, but seeing as how there was neither of either, my best guess is that he died of dehydration. He was a three year old, black, polish bun and he was my baby. I can't express enough how much I blame myself for what happened and I doubt that I'll be able to own another rabbit after this happened, despite how much I love them.

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      Louise 

      9 months ago

      My rabbit died Yesterday afternoon. My daughter got home from school and went to go out and feed it she open the cage door and didn’t see him so if she opened up the poop side of it bac yesterday afternoon. My daughter got home from school and went to go out and feed it she open the cage door and all she saw was his head and slightly half his little body . So she banged the door to wake him up in case he was asleep . No movment his eyes were shut . He didnt die of starvation ( food left in the bowl) didnt die of age (only 5 years old) didn’t die of thirst (loads of water was left) . He was fine the day before. What happened !! My daughter was in tears !

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      Donna Pauling 

      9 months ago

      My bunny was fine until yesterday afternoon. But then he seemed lethargic and not eating last night. This morning he was the same so I made a vet appt. He died before the appt. I feel so responsible for not thinking it was so serious. Just yesterday at this time he was jumping around acting all silly and now he's gone........my heart is breaking. He was counting on me to take care of him. I failed

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      Missy 

      9 months ago

      My pet rabbit was fine when I put her to bed last night. To my horror, I found she had died this morning. We've had her since birth. I'm so very sad.

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      Rabbit Lover 

      9 months ago

      This is terribly hurting, My Rabbit just died few hours ago. she was perfectly fine. I don't know what the hell happened? She is no more. I can't handle the pain..still searching on google that why and what is the reason that she left me?

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      tina 

      9 months ago

      i was so shocked to find my bunny dead she looked so happy an healthy she was bonded with the same mate for five yrs and was always able to run free an had a shed with heating on constantly what should i do to help her mate feel lonely

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      Uriel 

      9 months ago

      My rabbit is dying right now...It pains me to see him life this...I really want to comfort him as much as possible..He has been with me since I was 6...He had lived for 12 years...I wish I could have been there with him right now but I'm studying overseas :( I will miss him forever...I feel super sad because he could have lived a much better life...

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      BUnny love 

      9 months ago

      My bunny died randomly,it was a baby(not so baby)and when I woke up he just was dead,his diet was lettuce,bits of kale,and pellets,did i do something wrong?

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      Mom 

      9 months ago

      My rabbit Carrot just passed away three hours ago, my daugther was so upset that she cried her eyes out. My little boy died at Christmas day after we had dinner and went home. We will miss you, you are our family member not a pet. RIP

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      Rosiah 

      10 months ago

      My rabbit jasper died today and i didn't have him for that long.

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      Alicia 

      10 months ago

      I had a Rabbit for only a week and a bit and it died suddenly. And we went to the place we got him from and they said he had froze to death because we left him outside. So because I only had him for not even a week I was allowed to get one to “replace” the old one. And that one randomly out of the blue died in her cage today and I don’t know why? She was outside but it wasn’t a cold night (btw It’s SUMMER which is like 30 degree days) and she had come up to see me the day before and she didn’t look sick. I know it wasn’t heatstroke cause it was a colder day so like 20 degree heat with a slight breeze.

      Could someone please tell what happened to her?

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      Angel 

      10 months ago

      Blake Dunkel you are one truely sick bastard!!

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      Blake Dunkel 

      10 months ago

      So I shot and killed a rabbit and one bullet broke his arm and I think he bled out. Anyways I brought her inside and after 20 minutes of the possibly dead rabbit her body went completely stiff. I could not move any legs or arms and her neck went stiff too. So I have no idea why her body went stiff and if she is still alive. So my question is:

      Why did her body go stiff?

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      Linh 

      10 months ago

      My rabbit died after 1 week of having her, I still don't know what happened. When I saw her she was already dying, I found lying in her cage and she couldn't stand up or even lift her head

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      efo sugar 

      10 months ago

      im 14,today after school my 1 rabit kids die and last three weeks too the same thing and nothing shows the reason why dey are dead. dose this thing happen to someone before

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      Vito 

      11 months ago

      I'm very sorry to hear that my loved rabbit pasted away two days ago suddenly. She was elegant and happy and made us happy. do you know that officials spray virus to control wild rabbits and this new virus kills most of al our pets. We are still crying. With best wishes

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      Rob 

      11 months ago

      My Lions head passed away today. His name was Thumper. I came home from work today and found him laying in his hide-a-way in the cage. He was roughly about 2 and 1/2 years old. He came to my yard and I took him in, I think the family that had him let him out to get rid of him. I don't know if my cats realize he is no longer here. He would chase my big cat around the house and run circles around the other one. He was so nice and was even getting a little more playful.

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      Day Boi 

      11 months ago

      I like bunny

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      James 

      11 months ago

      I came home tonight after work to find one on my baby boys had passed away, heart breaking. peanutty was only 3 1/2 and happy binky hoping round the garden 2 days earlier. The only reason I can think of is it was the fireworks. His bother blacky is not acting like himself since it happened he misses his friend, and we miss our baby :(

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      Louise 

      11 months ago

      Lost both my rabbits today.

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      JJ 

      11 months ago

      I found both my rabbits dead last night. No marks. The only thing I can think of is that the loud fireworks/bangers at the back of my home stressed them and caused them both to have heart attaches. Their eyes, nose & bottom were clean so do not think poisoning. So sad that both of them died at same time. Has this ever happened to anyone else before?

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