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    Doesn't look like I will be getting a bun now, as the family has just decided to adopt a dog :tongue: I'll definitely want a couple when I have my own place though
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    (Original post by The_Goose)
    I know what you mean. I'm not saying if my rabbit got the snuffles I'd have him put to sleep. But if he needed something massive involving operations, long recovery periods, low chances of survival and pain for him then I wouldn't put him through it.

    I've had 3 rabbits in 14 years and only one of them has needed medication/ treatment from vets that would have been covered on insurance and that cost £60. If I'd paid £7 per month or whatever rabbit insurance is these days thats £1176.

    Maybe I've been lucky so far and I'll regret not insuring them but at the minute with the money I've saved on not paying insurance will easily pay for any treatment for my babbit =)
    Yeah, it's better not to get insurance if you're a good saver, I know I'm not so I decided on getting it. I think if there's a massive operation with low chances of survival I'd opt for pts too.
 
 
 
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