Most of you already heard the news about poor little Cicero, my English Angora. I don't know what happened. I came home at lunch on Friday and found him dead, his brother beside him, gently grooming his ears. I won't go on about it, because while I am very sad, there's no need in me bringing the entire innerwebs down.
So I guess you're like, "Why bring it up then?"
I hear ya.
So now I have a dilemma. Little Reginald, Cicero's brother, had never been the onliest bunny. He and Cicero were from the same litter, had always been housed together, never separated. Now, he's out there all by himself. I considered getting another Angora, but I can't justify the funds right now, nor can I afford the vet bill to have another one neutered. Out of curiosity, I checked the Humane Society over in Big City and found this:
He's three months old, an English Lop mix. I called to ask about neutering, etc. and found that bunny adoption fees are "name your price" and they take care of neutering for no extra charge.
So tell me what you think. Am I showing hoarding tendencies by considering this little guy to be a companion for Reginald? Or would it be the humane thing to do, rather than making him stay out there alone?