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We got Milo almost a year ago. He was the sweetest bun ever. Was always ready for a pet, to be picked up and snuggled. He was the explorer and the dog terrorizor. He would nudge them or binky by them - then when they'd move he follow and start it all over. He put up with our toddler and all of our vaccuming. He never stopped trying to be friends with Ed ( our first bun) even though all of his requests to be groomed were given the backside or ignored. The scary thing is there was no evidence that he was ill. He was eating, pooing, acting normal. He was a mini rex (possible mix - we adoped him from the humane society). He will be very missed. I love that little guy. Milo - I would love to snuggle with you one more time.
I am so sorry . I know it makes it especially hard when it is so unexpected, so extra hugs to you. Binky free Milo.