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Mimi had some kind of tumor at her ovary and we had brought her to the vet to remove it. However, after one month of care, Mimi has unfortuately crossed the rainbow bridge on 4th March 2012 (Which was on my birthday, I teared so badly) I guess she just wanted me to remember her everytime it reaches my birthday. I sincerely hope she is doing well at the Rainbow Bridge with lots of carrots, hay and lovely bun friends. I miss you, Mimi. You have been such a wonderful bunny and a joy to our home. Love you always.
The surgery was a month before. Everything was well after that, we initially thought that she'll be alright after all the surgery and stuff. But still, she didn't make it in the end.
So sorry to hear about mimi (healing vibes to you)