Misty, the best Bunny Ever

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Parents Name: Mary
Pets Name: Misty
Pet Species: Other

Pets Favorite thing to do: Eating bananas
Eulogy: Misty came to us at just 8 weeks old. A little ball of fur and all ears. He was a French Lop Rabbit. We litter box trained him, had him neutered and covered all the wiring so he would not have to live one minute in a cold, lonely hutch or stuck in a wire cage. At first I was very skeptical that a rabbit would make a good pet. I didn’t think they were capable of doing anything but just sitting there. Misty proved me so wrong. He had a charming personality. When he was happy, he would leap into the air and dance around the house. When he was frustrated, he would thump. Every morning like clock work, he would come down stairs and wait for his banana. He loved to play with toys and would sometimes play with the dogs. He taught me that bunnies are loving, smart playful pets. He died in my arms after 8 years of love, joy and happiness. I miss him every day. Rabbits make great pets in the right hands. They don’t belong in wire mesh cages that cut up their feet or left alone in an outdoor hutch. They have a lot of love to give and are as much fun as a dog or a cat.

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Founded by David Hendrickson, A Loving Goodbye is the place to change the world for animals. Through the sharing of knowledge and stories of rescue animals that have past, A Loving Goodbye is a source of information aimed at changing the world of animals. The power behind A Loving Goodbye is the belief that sharing information can and will transform the world in which we live — whether through sharing articles, news or a eulogy of a rescue animal that increase awareness about the value that all animals have in enriching our lives and the world in which we live.