I recently was given a baby bunny to take care of. She was probably about ten days old. Most little rabbits will not live if you try to bottle feed them or care for them, and this little girl was no exception to that rule. About 1 in 40 baby rabbits will die, regardless of the experience of the person caring for him/her. Mabel lived approximately five days after she was rescued from the back of a hay truck, seemingly doing very well. She was bouncing around and starting to really warm up to me. Unfortunate this morning I came in to find her lying in her little space completely still. While I was 100% aware the odds were against her in every way, it's still a very sad event. I was really hoping she'd make it through.
Anyway in a little bit brighter news, I was lucky enough to recently meet a girl (another seller on eBay) who I can relate very well too. I've been thinking for the last month, is there anyone I can give Lucky's leftover pills to? I don't want them to go to waste. Then I met this super sweet girl, let's just call her A. She was selling off a huge collection of Animal Crossing plushies to help pay for her dog, whom was diagnosed with a heart murmur a couple of years ago. As if we were destined to meet, I knew immediately after talking to her a bit that I was going to send the leftover medicine to her. I'm so glad that it can go to someone who needs it and can use it. I know Lucky would've wanted to see what helped him live for an extra year help another well loved little guy live as well.
I'll be posting some reviews soon to brighten the mood a little. I know it's been a while since I posted anything of actual content or worth while, and my reviews are piling up. I will try to maintain the blog the best I can, along with reviews and pictures throughout the rest of the year.
Thank you all again for viewing. I can't express how amazing it is to see views go upwards in the numbers of a couple of hundred a month, or even in a week or two.