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Thats awful. The Bun might not be in your hands, but there could be a possibility that the stealer had good intentons. I know it sounds silly, but you know those stories of poor little children stealing bread from shops cause there hungry? They aren't EVIL are they? I'm not trying to say it was right to steal the bunny, but now that the odds of him returning are slim, just hope that the bunny is ok. I'm sure that no one could have come in to the store and stolen the cutest bunny there to kill? I dont think any human can possibly be that cold hearted and cruel. Maybe the stealer was someone who wanted the bunny originally? Maybe they were worried that you couldn't possibly take as great care of him as they could? And they finnally cracked and grabbed him? Maybe a Little boy or girl fell in love and NEEDED that bunny.Maybe a parent had lost their spouse, and wanted to get that bunny so they could break the news to their children? I know these sound stupid, but it's possible right? Every night just pray that he's ok, warm, safe, and full. He might come back to you, who knows? The world is funny in that sort of way. I wish I could help more.
Re-reading what I wrote, I relize how lame it sounds.