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"He neither a bunny nor a man, but he's our Bunnyman!"

Rusty the Bunnyman

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Five Months and Counting…

February 22nd, 2018 · 4 Comments · After Surgery, Uncategorized

It is so hard to believe that our world was turned upside down 5 months ago.  I can still feel ever ounce of horror and dread as I learned my baby boy had HSA in his rear leg and hearing the words if we can amputate we may be able to save his life.  At the same […]

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Merry Christmas and Hoppy New Year

December 24th, 2017 · 3 Comments · Uncategorized

As this holiday season is upon us, we reflect on this past year and know that during one of the hardest points, we have been truly blessed. In our daily life, we have Rusty the Bunnyman’s Auntie Barb, who was by our side at each doctor’s appointment, surgery day, post surgery meltdowns and after surgery […]

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Two Month Post Surgery

November 28th, 2017 · 3 Comments · After Surgery, Uncategorized

It has been a little over two months since Rusty was diagnosed with HSA cancer causing us to amputate his leg. In general cancer is an unknown. There are no timelines, no scripts to follow because cancer does not follow any of that.  HSA is more common in dogs and can be very aggressive.  As […]

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A Whole New Life

October 11th, 2017 · 3 Comments · After Surgery, Uncategorized

The past month has been a whirlwind of challenges, triumphs and emotions.  I have been blessed with meeting so many people on this site who are so giving of their time, thoughts, suggestions and just general support.  I have shared a great deal of Rusty’s story and my struggles on the forum http://tripawds.com/forums/3-legged-cats/new-tripawd-mom-trying-to-take-it-all-in-stride-for-my-furbaby/  .  I wanted […]

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Cancer Free

October 3rd, 2017 · 6 Comments · Uncategorized

Update: No chemo! From what they can currently tell, Cancer completely removed. Now just do checks every few months for the first year then can spread out. Stitches are out. Area is a little scabby so they said keep the cone for another week BUT he can be cage free!!! We are looking at 7-10 […]

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