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"my dutch rabbit, frankie, was not a pet, but a member of the family. we only had him for less than three years, so his time with us was cut short, but he was amazing. he loved attention and his bunny massages, loved bananas and grapes, and after eating a grape he would wipe his mouth to clean the grape juice. he always had an adorable look about him, and made us laugh all the time. he always found something hilarious to do, like get his head stuck in a tissue box. he showed his love by giving kisses. he dyed the fur between his ears blue by rubbing it on a blue salt lick he had just licked. he was punk bunny for a while, till it shed out. he will always be in our hearts as the most special bunny in the world. he was loved dearly."

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