Rainbow Bridge

A memorial for all the bunnies we loved and who are no longer with us. For those rabbit owners who are going through a difficult time with the loss of their bunnies, keep in mind the story of the Rainbow Bridge.

According to the story, when a pet dies, it goes to the meadow, having been restored to perfect health and free of any injuries. The pet runs and plays all day with the others, there is always fresh food and water, and the sun is always shining. However, it is said that while the pet is at peace and happy, they miss their owner who had to be left behind on Earth.

When their owner dies, they come across the Rainbow Bridge. It is at that moment that their pet stops what they are doing and sniffs at the air and looks into the distance where they see their beloved owner. Excited, they hop as fast as they can to their owner, all the while doing binkys in joy, while their owner looks on at the pet who was absent on Earth, but never absent in their heart. Then side by side, they cross the Rainbow Bridge together into Heaven, never again to be separated.

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ABBY, RIP beautiful lady

ABBY, RIP beautiful lady
On Feb. 6th 2015 we had to rush ABBY to Avian where it was decided best to euthanize her due to major infection by her eye and Encephalitozoon cuniculi, had to let her go over the rainbow bridge. Abbey was going to be put down if a rescue did not step up and take her because of biting issues mainly. She came to us from sac. SPCA & said she had been treated for an eye infection but it was all cleared up. She never was adopted but was loved & lived happily at Kim's house from June 2014-Feb. 2015.

She touched so many lives... <3

Tulip
4/21/2014: Tulip was such a brave, strong girl and survived abdominal surgery to remove an obstruction despite the odds. She was doing well--almost two weeks out from the surgery--when she developed breathing issues. I rushed her to the emergency vet, but unfortunately my brave, beautiful, spunky fireball of a bunny-girl died shortly thereafter. It appears that her intestine was healing wonderfully, but the stress of the original illness activated a latent bacterial infection within her tiny little body, and her heart just couldn't take it anymore. Binky free, Sweet love, and snuggle with your Gryphon once again at the Bridge. I will love you forever, my fiesty one...forever.

The Boogielicious One <3

Boogie
May 21st, 2013: I was SUCH a foster failure, and "Boogied" my way into Momma and Daddy's hearts. Unfortunately, the brightest stars often burn the fastest, and from a little bit of sneezing on Sunday night to potential e-cunniculi diagnosis, to going into shock when my little body couldn't take any more...I was here and then I was gone. Momma's heart is broken, but she knows that she did everything she could for me...and my last few hours were full of love and special songs with my name in them, and her telling me that she didn't want me to go, but that if I needed to, it was okay...and so I went, and away I took a Boogie-sized piece of her heart.

Yang

Yang
SUPER SAD day for foster mom Eileen Long, who sent her sweetheart YANG over the Rainbow Bridge today. He was a special, gentle people loving bunny who lived a wonderful last few months in our rescue program. Thank you Eileen for loving him so dearly. RIP dear YANG

The Sweetest Bunny

Captain Jack
Captain Jack was the sweetest bunny and I was truly blessed to have him. I only had him 2.5 years but in that short time he gave me so much love. He captured my heart immediately with his sweet personality, he loved to be held and would fall asleep in my arms. He melted my heart every time he gave me bunny kisses. He found the love of his life in a strong willed but loving bunny named Giselle. They were happy together, sometimes fighting and chasing each other around but they always ended up in the corner snuggled up together giving each other kisses. When Captain Jack was ill with GI issues, I tried everything to help him and was thankful to all who donated and to Dr.Thomas for trying so hard to save him. I was heartbroken when he crossed the rainbow bridge in Nov 2012. I am grateful for every moment I had with him & will never forget how special that little bunny made me feel. He was a one in a million bunny and he will forever be in my heart. This photo is my absolute favorite picture. He truly was the best present ever.

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