As most of you know, it isn’t easy losing a fur kid. We aren’t looking for sympathy or anything, just a platform to share our thoughts. Several people understand about losing a fur kid and others don’t. We feel there needs to be a post out there to give those an insight on how it feels to those who don’t understand how it feels losing a fur kid.
A fur kid, if given a chance, will love their parents unconditionally with no regrets, with no second thought, and no changing of their minds. Fur kids love us like Jesus wants humans to love other humans. There are creatures out there, dogs, cats and bunnies that love their parents and would die for their parents.
A fur kid’s life revolves around their family. For those who don’t realize, our fur babies feel emotions like humans, but deeper. Humans are the “rulers” over God’s world, but we do a poor job of it. There is so much abuse out there and it saddens this household that humans let abandonment and abuse happen physically, mentally, and emotionally on so many levels; human to human, human to creature, and human allowing creature to creature.
At work and other settings, it has not been easy for us (Two Bunny Blog Parents) to be proud of having adopted bunnies. We receive cruel jokes and rude comments from humans who would never say anything if we had dogs or cats. It isn’t easy, but WE LOVE OUR BUNNIES! However, anything easy is not worth having most of the time and God shapes us the best when it isn’t easy.
I want you to imagine you are a hunted creature of prey and 90%+ of the world’s population is your hunter. Would you be willing to love the thing that is the biggest threat to you? Our bunnies do; humans are the biggest threat to them and they are willing to love us anyway.
It isn’t easy, but it is worth it,