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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Lulu Karasek


No to corn chips?! While you eat them? So unfair!
- Thank you, Jim!


PS: Follow Lulu on FB at Little Bunny LuLu Karasek 
and on Lulu's blog at Little Bunny Lulu and Friends

12 comments:

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    1. Yes...English Angora. Adopted with Pasturella in December 2015. Passed away a couple days ago. Adored by family and friends. Deeply missed.
      Read more at: https://www.facebook.com/littlebunnylulu/
      Her 8 rescue-kitty siblings will continue her blog and her eBay Store that underwrites vet + care expenses. http://stores.ebay.com/LittleBunnyLuLu

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    2. Cruel people have taken satire from Little Bunny LuLu's blog and embellished it to attract attention to themselves.

      LuLu was exposed to Pasturella BEFORE we adopted her. She had regular veterinarian care and was happy.

      Ask ANY owner of a long haired bunny if they have ever accidentally snipped a bit of skin during necessary trimming, and they will say yes. Most don't even take the bunny to the vet. We always took her to the vet.

      Upon autopsy, the veterinarian confirmed our precious LuLu died from Pasturella and genetic defects incompatible with life.

      An owner of another rabbitry shared that most of the other bunnies in that litter died quickly. To her knowledge, there is only one still alive.

      None of the people posting outlandish and untrue commentary have ever even seen LuLu in person.

      As an example, the nasty folks gave out wild medical advice demanding we put Ivermectin on her molting ears.

      We chose to believe our vet, rather than put toxic medication on our bunny.

      We did not cause Pasturella. Nor did we cause genetic abnormalities incompatible with life. We chose to embrace her free spirit, love her dearly and enjoy wonderful times together.

      We think most people are smart enough to believe the truth we have shared, which came directly from our veterinarian caring for LuLu. We are grateful for the many, many kind words of condolence. God Bless and may peace be with you.

      Visit https://littlebunnyluluandfriends.wordpress.com/the-petition-to-save-lulu-linda-the-wack-o-and-change-org/

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  2. Yes, her name is LuLu. Check out more LuLu fun at https://littlebunnyluluandfriends.wordpress.com

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  3. Yes, her name is LuLu. Check out more LuLu fun at https://littlebunnyluluandfriends.wordpress.com

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  4. They abuse her, that's why she's disapproving. You can read about how they bash her head in and slice open her skin on their own blog. It's very disturbing.

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    1. Cruel people have taken satire from Little Bunny LuLu's blog and embellished it to attract attention to themselves.

      LuLu was exposed to Pasturella BEFORE we adopted her. She had regular veterinarian care and was happy.

      Ask ANY owner of a long haired bunny if they have ever accidentally snipped a bit of skin during necessary trimming, and they will say yes. Most don't even take the bunny to the vet. We always took her to the vet.

      Upon autopsy, the veterinarian confirmed our precious LuLu died from Pasturella and genetic defects incompatible with life.

      An owner of another rabbitry shared that most of the other bunnies in that litter died quickly. To her knowledge, there is only one still alive.

      None of the people posting outlandish and untrue commentary have ever even seen LuLu in person.

      As an example, the nasty folks gave out wild medical advice demanding we put Ivermectin on her molting ears.

      We chose to believe our vet, rather than put toxic medication on our bunny.

      We did not cause Pasturella. Nor did we cause genetic abnormalities incompatible with life. We chose to embrace her free spirit, love her dearly and enjoy wonderful times together.

      We think most people are smart enough to believe the truth we have shared, which came directly from our veterinarian caring for LuLu. We are grateful for the many, many kind words of condolence. God Bless and may peace be with you.

      Visit https://littlebunnyluluandfriends.wordpress.com/the-petition-to-save-lulu-linda-the-wack-o-and-change-org/

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  5. They abuse her, that's why she's disapproving. You can read about how they bash her head in and slice open her skin on their own blog. It's very disturbing.

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    1. that sounds pretty serious, do you have anything to back it up? link(s), etc?

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    2. Cruel people have taken satire from Little Bunny LuLu's blog and embellished it to attract attention to themselves.

      LuLu was exposed to Pasturella BEFORE we adopted her. She had regular veterinarian care and was happy.

      Ask ANY owner of a long haired bunny if they have ever accidentally snipped a bit of skin during necessary trimming, and they will say yes. Most don't even take the bunny to the vet. We always took her to the vet.

      Upon autopsy, the veterinarian confirmed our precious LuLu died from Pasturella and genetic defects incompatible with life.

      An owner of another rabbitry shared that most of the other bunnies in that litter died quickly. To her knowledge, there is only one still alive.

      None of the people posting outlandish and untrue commentary have ever even seen LuLu in person.

      As an example, the nasty folks gave out wild medical advice demanding we put Ivermectin on her molting ears.

      We chose to believe our vet, rather than put toxic medication on our bunny.

      We did not cause Pasturella. Nor did we cause genetic abnormalities incompatible with life. We chose to embrace her free spirit, love her dearly and enjoy wonderful times together.

      We think most people are smart enough to believe the truth we have shared, which came directly from our veterinarian caring for LuLu. We are grateful for the many, many kind words of condolence. God Bless and may peace be with you.

      Visit https://littlebunnyluluandfriends.wordpress.com/the-petition-to-save-lulu-linda-the-wack-o-and-change-org/

      Delete
  6. Cruel people have taken satire from Little Bunny LuLu's blog and embellished it to attract attention to themselves.

    LuLu was exposed to Pasturella BEFORE we adopted her. She had regular veterinarian care and was happy.

    Ask ANY owner of a long haired bunny if they have ever accidentally snipped a bit of skin during necessary trimming, and they will say yes. Most don't even take the bunny to the vet. We always took her to the vet.

    Upon autopsy, the veterinarian confirmed our precious LuLu died from Pasturella and genetic defects incompatible with life.

    An owner of another rabbitry shared that most of the other bunnies in that litter died quickly. To her knowledge, there is only one still alive.

    None of the people posting outlandish and untrue commentary have ever even seen LuLu in person.

    As an example, the nasty folks gave out wild medical advice demanding we put Ivermectin on her molting ears.

    We chose to believe our vet, rather than put toxic medication on our bunny.

    We did not cause Pasturella. Nor did we cause genetic abnormalities incompatible with life. We chose to embrace her free spirit, love her dearly and enjoy wonderful times together.

    We think most people are smart enough to believe the truth we have shared, which came directly from our veterinarian caring for LuLu. We are grateful for the many, many kind words of condolence. God Bless and may peace be with you.

    Visit https://littlebunnyluluandfriends.wordpress.com/the-petition-to-save-lulu-linda-the-wack-o-and-change-org/

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  7. Cruel people have taken satire from Little Bunny LuLu's blog and embellished it to attract attention to themselves.

    LuLu was exposed to Pasturella BEFORE we adopted her. She had regular veterinarian care and was happy.

    Ask ANY owner of a long haired bunny if they have ever accidentally snipped a bit of skin during necessary trimming, and they will say yes. Most don't even take the bunny to the vet. We always took her to the vet.

    Upon autopsy, the veterinarian confirmed our precious LuLu died from Pasturella and genetic defects incompatible with life.

    An owner of another rabbitry shared that most of the other bunnies in that litter died quickly. To her knowledge, there is only one still alive.

    None of the people posting outlandish and untrue commentary have ever even seen LuLu in person.

    As an example, the nasty folks gave out wild medical advice demanding we put Ivermectin on her molting ears.

    We chose to believe our vet, rather than put toxic medication on our bunny.

    We did not cause Pasturella. Nor did we cause genetic abnormalities incompatible with life. We chose to embrace her free spirit, love her dearly and enjoy wonderful times together.

    We think most people are smart enough to believe the truth we have shared, which came directly from our veterinarian caring for LuLu. We are grateful for the many, many kind words of condolence. God Bless and may peace be with you.

    Visit https://littlebunnyluluandfriends.wordpress.com/the-petition-to-save-lulu-linda-the-wack-o-and-change-org/

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