Cats. Feline funnies and other stuff.

I once provided Jarvis with a bed. He just looked at me and said “that’s nice but I already have a bed”.
GH (gullible human) “yes, buts that’s my b..... ohhhhhh!”
 
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Dunno where else to put this:

We had Luna, one of our 2 rabbits had to be put to sleep this morning. She could not stand up today and had suffered lots of weight loss the past week. Vet said she had a tumour that we would not have known about and- surgery of that nature on a rabbit in her then state would likely kill her anyway.

She lived in the hutch out back with Timmy. He knows she has gone. The spot she was last at now has all the bedding & paper ripped away and he's just sat staring at it.
I can see in his eyes he is grieving.

Has anybody here experienced this when they have had 2 rabbits kept together?

We have 2 cats inside the house, Odin and Loki. Odin is only 4 months old and still learning the ways of the cat. Bringing in Timmy to run around isnot really an option.

My 8 year old lad is heartbroken. My daughter, in typical 6 year old fashion has also proudly announced "Well I'm not upset because MY rabbit is still ok".

I've just been out to the hutch and I'm not exagerrating when I say- I could see sadness in his eye/demeanor and it made me feel quite sad.
(We thought Luna was around 2 years old- we got her as a rescue rabbit. The vet has tild us she was probably mayber 4 years older than what we thought). Timmy is rescue also. We think he's 4.
 
The neighbour and a couple of his friends just rang our door bell to ask if a kitten they had found is ours. I called the wife, she shoved me out the way and nearly decked the neighbours friends to get to the kitten.




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Assuming no one claims it over the next few days, I see my JD fund being eroded further.
 
The neighbour and a couple of his friends just rang our door bell to ask if a kitten they had found is ours. I called the wife, she shoved me out the way and nearly decked the neighbours friends to get to the kitten.




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Assuming no one claims it over the next few days, I see my JD fund being eroded further.
I'm sure you'll have some blankets somewhere she can sleep on :)
 

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Dunno where else to put this:

We had Luna, one of our 2 rabbits had to be put to sleep this morning. She could not stand up today and had suffered lots of weight loss the past week. Vet said she had a tumour that we would not have known about and- surgery of that nature on a rabbit in her then state would likely kill her anyway.

She lived in the hutch out back with Timmy. He knows she has gone. The spot she was last at now has all the bedding & paper ripped away and he's just sat staring at it.
I can see in his eyes he is grieving.

Has anybody here experienced this when they have had 2 rabbits kept together?

We have 2 cats inside the house, Odin and Loki. Odin is only 4 months old and still learning the ways of the cat. Bringing in Timmy to run around isnot really an option.

My 8 year old lad is heartbroken. My daughter, in typical 6 year old fashion has also proudly announced "Well I'm not upset because MY rabbit is still ok".

I've just been out to the hutch and I'm not exagerrating when I say- I could see sadness in his eye/demeanor and it made me feel quite sad.
(We thought Luna was around 2 years old- we got her as a rescue rabbit. The vet has tild us she was probably mayber 4 years older than what we thought). Timmy is rescue also. We think he's 4.
Sorry to hear about the family bunster. Animals develop strong bonds with their mates. It's not uncommon for them to grieve for a missing companion. I've seen it with dogs, cats and horses. Sometimes a new companion can help but it can take time. I've seen younger cats and dogs being looked after by the older one. I hope your lad get's over the loss and soon has something he can look after.
 

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Dunno where else to put this:

We had Luna, one of our 2 rabbits had to be put to sleep this morning. She could not stand up today and had suffered lots of weight loss the past week. Vet said she had a tumour that we would not have known about and- surgery of that nature on a rabbit in her then state would likely kill her anyway.

She lived in the hutch out back with Timmy. He knows she has gone. The spot she was last at now has all the bedding & paper ripped away and he's just sat staring at it.
I can see in his eyes he is grieving.

Has anybody here experienced this when they have had 2 rabbits kept together?

We have 2 cats inside the house, Odin and Loki. Odin is only 4 months old and still learning the ways of the cat. Bringing in Timmy to run around isnot really an option.

My 8 year old lad is heartbroken. My daughter, in typical 6 year old fashion has also proudly announced "Well I'm not upset because MY rabbit is still ok".

I've just been out to the hutch and I'm not exagerrating when I say- I could see sadness in his eye/demeanor and it made me feel quite sad.
(We thought Luna was around 2 years old- we got her as a rescue rabbit. The vet has tild us she was probably mayber 4 years older than what we thought). Timmy is rescue also. We think he's 4.

It sometimes seems humane to have three of any pet; that way there are always two buddies left when one goes, and you can reset the team with a new number three.
 
Sorry to hear about the family bunster. Animals develop strong bonds with their mates. It's not uncommon for them to grieve for a missing companion. I've seen it with dogs, cats and horses. Sometimes a new companion can help but it can take time. I've seen younger cats and dogs being looked after by the older one. I hope your lad get's over the loss and soon has something he can look after.
We are wondering whether to get a new "mate" for him.
I'm soft when it comes to animals and - its upsetting to see how he is. He's "zombied" now.

I never paid much attention to them apart from making sure fed/watered etc.

Animals can grieve...I've seen that tonight.
 
We are wondering whether to get a new "mate" for him.
I'm soft when it comes to animals and - its upsetting to see how he is. He's "zombied" now.

I never paid much attention to them apart from making sure fed/watered etc.

Animals can grieve...I've seen that tonight.
Had a chat with SWMBO who is excellent with felines and much more intuitive than I am.
On balance, bearing in mind the disruptive risks, we reckon the sooner the better to "adopt" or if you will renew your Tied Servant Contract, re-affirm your lowly slave status etc.
Get to an Adoption Home...as we did.....and you can guess what happened...:rolleyes:
Tiffin & Amber were found emaciated with Mum in an abandoned petrol station with 4 siblings.
All were adopted, all are well.


Amber still rolls over with her tongue out.
How rude.
 
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