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I finally gave my babies, Noodle and Meatball away last night. They went to one of my coworkers who lives pretty close to me, and she will be a great bunny parent. It was really difficult to let them go.
I will miss Meatball's grunts, his racecar around the table, and tearing yellow pages like no tomorrow. I will miss Noodle's sweet personality and the way she always bumps me for pets or bumps her little nose to my face.
I'm left with Cheddar and Poopy, which is fine. It was really stressful taking care of four rabbits by myself and I'm moving soon so hopefully all their lives will benefit now. I could tell immediately that Cheddar and Poopy were happier when they left.
I'm sad and it's really bittersweet, but at least I can get updates on them since they went to a coworker.
Oh yes, she will be a bunny slave. I chatted with her this morning about how they settled in last night and she was like in love with them. She had rabbits as a kid, so she will love them, which makes me feel a lot better.