My bunny T-Rex in his younger days. He is getting old now (13 + years) and developing some bald spots, but is just as cuddly as ever.
lucky420 wrote:what a pretty boy!
His name is Buddy. He's 5 years old now but has pancreatic cancer and won't be with us much longer. He has to eat every 4 hours to keep his blood sugar up. He's having a reasonably comfortable time of it so far. I don't know how I will muster the courage when it's time. When I come home, it's "Dino" time, I can't imagine how I will walk through the door the first time after he's gone.
But for now I'm just trying to make a very good friend as comfortable as I can.
48_love wrote:Damn, this thread is breaking my heart ... such is life, I guess. Damn.
Thecatman wrote:48_love wrote:Damn, this thread is breaking my heart ... such is life, I guess. Damn.
Someone once said that "people who take in a pet is setting themselves up for a heartache."
And that's so true.
Foxfur wrote:We're getting some bunnies soon! Either American chinchillas or New Zealand somethingorothers.
Phoenix, I am especially happy that you got Dozer. I shudder to think of someone trying to change his nature.