Bunn Bunn grew up in a barn but captivity wasn’t for him. When his old home was closed down he came and lived at Saint Beans. It happened suddenly so we weren’t really prepared for a feisty bunny like Bunn Bunn. He escaped! And then he Escaped again! And again even though his enclosure was very secure.
Bunn Bunn looked so happy outside that we decided he could have his freedom. It was a big risk but he really really wanted it.
At first Bunn Bunn tried to take over and tussle wild bunnies but wild bunnies are no pushovers! He soon settle down and decided to live in the garden only. Bunn Bunn got more and more friendly.
He stayed in a hutch at night but he explored the garden during the day. Netting was put up to keep him in but boy was he good at finding holes! Still he would always stay close even when the lawn mower came out he wouldn’t run off, he would just chill under a trailer stretched out without a care in the world. Every morning after a run around his human would give him breakfast. He just loved his new life compared to a dark barn.
One morning however Bunn Bunn didn’t come in for breakfast. His worried human went looking calling for him. Bunn Bunn was there the whole time but he was hiding. Finally he revealed himself trying to hide the fact he was badly injured. Poor Bunn Bunn had gotten through the fence and had been hit by a car.
Bunn Bunn was rushed to vet but his injuries were severe and the vets didn’t think he would have any chance of surviving the complex operated he needed. Poor Bunn Bunn had an amazing life but it should have been longer.