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The Rainbow bridge / Re: DIP
« Last post by girly-lazy-ferret on October 03, 2019, 08:43:04 PM »
Lee I'm so sorry  :cry: :cry: It's so difficult to lose 2 so close together. :angel1:
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The Rainbow bridge / Re: DIP
« Last post by star on September 30, 2019, 10:13:28 AM »
 :fuzzyhug: So sorry Lee, so hard loosing one let alone two in such a quick time.
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The Rainbow bridge / Re: DIP
« Last post by lazy-ferret on September 29, 2019, 11:31:54 PM »
That's awful Lee... It's scary how quick they can go down hill...

We had a rescue Jill (Snowey) who came to us at 7 years old. She seemed as fit as a fiddle, and was a proper maniac, literally bouncing off the walls, and the same as you, one night, before going to bed, she was all over the place, having ferretone, and playing like a mad thing, and the following morning, stone cold.... Same thing, vet said it was a heart attack... never saw it coming.

Sweet Dreams Vic and Micky, you had a great time doing what ferrets are meant to do. Have a ball at the Rainbow Bridge.

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The Rainbow bridge / DIP
« Last post by Lee on September 29, 2019, 09:38:17 PM »
This has taken me a couple of weeks to bring myself to write this. In the space of 3 days I lost micky and vic. First was vic she was fine at 5pm when I gave them there dinner ( 3 pigeons 1 rabbit & 2 chicken carcasses) I went back to see them at 8pm and she had sadly died. The vet said it was a heart attack . She was 5 years old and as fit as a fiddle, she would work for hours chasing rabbits all day. Them there was Micky, the day before he died he was absolutely fine docking and war dancing with the others, the following day I got home from work, went in to feed them and he came out of one of there sleeping areas and he was skin and bone, I couldn't believe it was even possible for that to happen, as I went to pick him up he went to do a wee and it was pure blood, I took him to the vets and after some tests it came back that his kidneys, liver were in extreme failure so I had he put to sleep. He was coming up to 12 and he had a great life, he acted like a kit till his dying day.
Losing 2 so  close has hit me hard and also the other ferrets. They a missed so much

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The Rainbow bridge / Re: DIP Riffraff
« Last post by darkqueenenlightened on August 23, 2019, 06:12:56 PM »
So sorry I missed this, DIP Riffraff, you sounded like you were a real character and very much loved x
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The Rainbow bridge / Re: DIP Riffraff
« Last post by star on August 14, 2019, 09:42:21 PM »
Thank you both  :fuzzyhug: Raven has followed me round none stop today, sitting in the ferret room watching the others checking on Fizz. It was so heartbreaking watching her nudging Raffy's body when I took him out of the hutch.
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The Rainbow bridge / Re: DIP Riffraff
« Last post by girly-lazy-ferret on August 14, 2019, 09:23:03 PM »
Lesley I'm so so sorry, I picked this up when we were travelling back from popping out when I read this aloud to Clive and promptly burst into tears.  :cry:


What a little  :angel1:, he had such an amazing life with you, learning to enjoy it again.

Give Raven a cuddle from us.

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The Rainbow bridge / Re: DIP Riffraff
« Last post by lazy-ferret on August 14, 2019, 09:20:21 PM »
Ohh no... He had a wonderful life with you, and learnt to trust again, which at the end of the day is the most you can ask.

I was feeling sorry for myself last night, misery loves company, so I was reading back through some of our other departed fuzzy obituaries, and it was amazing how many of them seemed to actually have a couple of great days, almost to the point you wondered about their illness, then just went to the bridge overnight. It's another fuzzy quirk.

Poor Raven, I hope she feels a bit better.  :fuzzyhug:

Sweet dreams RiffRaff.  :cry: :adore:
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The Rainbow bridge / DIP Riffraff
« Last post by star on August 14, 2019, 12:04:47 PM »
My little fighter, I never expected to find you had gone this morning, not after the way you rolled about in the bubble wrap, paws in the air laughing your socks off last night, gobbling up your last supper with such vigour you looked so happy and content as I bid you goodnight, no warning it would be the last time. Your insulinoma was a blessing in disguise, you went from my bitey meanie to such a sweet loving old man with daily kisses. The bond you had with Raven was so amazing, she has cried none stop just like her mum after finding you asleep this morning. Run free and go find Eddie my little man, love you and miss you forever xx
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The Rainbow bridge / Re: My georgeous Flyte. the last of the 3 white witches
« Last post by star on August 13, 2019, 02:04:46 PM »
 :cry: Oh guys, I am so so sorry, in tears myself now. Bless you Flyte. sleep well little one x  :fuzzyhug:
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