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Why do people like to beat down comments like this... Your sarcastic comment is just as cliche as their comment...

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No, serious question. I know #6 thinks that the neighbours let their rabbit loose and it got into the dog's yard, but how do we know that the dog didn't get loose and get into the neighbours' yard? I know lots of people who have pet rabbits and let them enjoy the open air every so often.

You should probably go and apologize to the neighbor and make sure they know it was a mistake but we all know you're just going to bury it in your backyard and continue having a false sense of good relations with your neighbor.

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Or they can just trick the daughter and buy another rabbit, like they did with speedy the hamster in recess

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Yeah but by that theory, they would have to create a felony by breaking and entering and we all know just how much of a hassle that is.

And WHY exactly did your dog have access to their rabbit? Could have been easily prevented had both of you been keeping an eye on your pets.

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when I was a kid I had rabbits in my backyard. Safely secured in their cages. That didn't stop a neighborhood dog from jumping the fence and attacking the cages until they opened. I'll advise the OP not to leave the dead rabbit in their driveway, as my neighbors did, to find out whose rabbit their dog had killed.

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