Someone in Washington Fields has lost their bunny. She was found in a backyard near Salt Cedar Drive and River Willow Lane on Wednesday, November 18. She is so docile, so easy to pick up and hold, and she sits still for long periods of time to be petted and scratched on the head. She has obviously been very well taken care of and very loved. She looks young, maybe between six months and one year. In fact, she might be a he whose his testicles haven’t shown up yet. Please help her, and her loving family. If you know someone in Washington Fields who owns a bunny, call and ask them if their bunny is missing. Thanks!
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