September 1, 2011 — June 23, 2019
It was September 2011, when my cousin called me and said “There’s a farm I know of that is foreclosing And they have a little bunny and they need a new home for him as soon as possible. They are pretty desperate. And for some reason without thinking I jumped in my car that moment he told me. I rushed over to pick up this baby thinking I’d help him but really he’s the one who made my life so much better.
I never knew this 3 pound bundle of fur would have so much spunk and personality. I never knew he’d be absolutely fearless of everything. Making friends with the dogs, chasing me all over the house, jumping on and off couches three times his height. And being the most affectionate and loving little pain in the ass. He took over my heart, and I’ve honestly fallen completely in love with my perfect little D’Aartangan ❤️
When I would pick him up he’d shove his head under my chin and nuzzle me, pushing his body into mine as close as he could get, all while making little “purring noises”. If you scratched his butt, he’d non stop HAVE to kiss you. He chased you around the house no matter what you were doing and would sit on your feet looking at you even if you weren’t paying attention to him. Then he’d start running around your feet in a circle, which I always thought was his way of saying “this is my human”
I’ll miss you so much. You were always my little buddy. All you did was give love, attention and laughs. You won over every single person you met with your perfect personality. I came home every day from the good and the bad to your furry face.
Even in your final year, when you had a cns infection that started your decline, you always always wanted cuddles and gave kisses. You couldn’t run and play after a while anymore but that didn’t dull your loving or your spunk. Truly you are the most special creature I’ve ever known.
How lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard. I will carry you in my heart forever, you truly taught me unconditional love.