On September 10th we reported this story about Amos, an abandoned bunny in Scotland.
We’re happy to report that Amos’ story has a happy ending:
A badly injured rabbit dumped in a cat carrier outside a pet health care centre has had a happy ending.
Amos was found trapped in the container with a deep wound to his face and overgrown teeth by staff at the Scottish SPCA’s Angus, Fife and Tayside Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre last month.
However, as soon as resident Ann McLeod heard about the bunny’s plight, she decided she wanted to be the one to take him in – which she has now done, renaming him Louie in the process.
“Now he has a whole double bedroom to share with Floyd, who enjoys having another rabbit for company. Louie is a real character and is so laid back, despite what has happened to him in the past,” she said.