In Memory of Lucian, May 6, 2012 – Aug. 11, 2019
Our sweet Lucian left us suddenly one year ago. It was love at first sight and although we already had a rabbit at home, he needed us to rescue him. Despite his sickly early days, he grew into a fine and handsome rabbit thanks to the Links staff followed by loving care at home. He was a shy and mild-mannered bunny, but his sweet and affectionate disposition charmed all who met him. He made our lives better during the short time we knew him. We miss him very much and will never forget him.
He was 2 months away from his 2nd birthday. The last 2 weeks I could feel he was close to the end. He hasn’t been active, and much less like him self.
I gave him more attention in the last 2 weeks than I usually did; I thought it would be easier knowing that he was close to the end, rather than my 1st hamster who passed at 9 months of age. It really isn’t, especially when I took him out today (03/10/20) and could see his breathing slowly slowing down and passing in my arms.
Cookie passed away February 15 at the age of 8.5. Wasn’t sure what to expect when my daughter wanted a rabbit but he became a big part of our family. My daughter potty trained him and he would come running to greet her every time she came home. You could see how happy he was when he got to go outside with our dog.
This picture showed up on my Google pictures the day he passed away taken 3 years ago so I choose this one as he had found his way onto the kitchen table. We all miss you.
Our beloved Slick passed away at home on February 6th with his family by his side at almost 7 1/2 years old. He was very sick in his last few days after struggling with chronic snuffles throughout his life. He was a spirited, feisty, protective, caring and treat-loving bunny. He loved snuggling with his brother and enjoyed going outside to explore the neighbourhood. He brought great joy and will be dearly missed by his brother and best friend Cinnamon and his human family. We love you. R.I.P.
Lo was a tough little guy, aptly named after a character from Crouching Tiger,Hidden Dragon. Curious, bold and crabby, Lo was a character like no other. I am eternally grateful for the compassion and care that Dr.Yee gave Lo. It is because of Dr.Yee, that I have comfort in grief. My cranky Lolo will be missed by all 3 of his brothers-even his dog brother who once proudly showed off the hissing spiky ball he found when Lo did a Houdini from his cage. Until we meet again at the Rainbow Bridge….
Stinky was our baby bird for 21 years. She was full of spunk, mischief and lot’s of love until the day she died. She was always well taken care of by three very special people from the clinic. She had a love/ hate relationship with Dr. R. Axelson, Dr. E. Mavromatis and Dr. H. Nur. Of course she loved her parents the most; Mark Purtle and Sofie Sommer. WE WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU RIP August 20,1998 to April 16, 2019.
After 9.5 beautiful years with Mango, 08.16.18 was his last day. To all my fellow pet lovers, give your pets an extra squeeze today. Rest In Peace Mango ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ My traveling partner, my study buddy, my party co-host, we love you so much!
My friend, my love, our family member, the kindest and smartest and loving pet I ever had. I will always remember and carry in my heart. Thank you for the wonderful 3 years. Sleep, baby rat. You look at me from all the pictures and drawings on our walls. You make me smile.
Cotton was a feisty yet patient soul, with a love for eating anything, especially hay. She loved “food time” so much that whenever she heard sounds and footsteps in the kitchen, or walking up the stairs, she would jump on top of her log house and stand there patiently staring in the direction of the sound. Cotton has been reunited with her sister Cocoa on the Rainbow Bridge. She will forever hold a place in our hearts.