Look who found his forever home! This darling giant bunny needed to be rehomed after his previous owner could no longer take care of him. Hundreds of applications poured into the Scottish SPCA from all over the world, including the United States, Canada and France. Animal lover Jen Hislop from Ayrshire, Scotland is the lucky FurMom who was able to bring Atlas the Flemish Giant home.
Jen said, “I burst into tears when I got the phone call saying I had been chosen to rehome Atlas and I cried again when I collected him.
“Animals are just pets to some people but my rabbits are family members. “Atlas is an absolute hoot and doesn’t stop running around unless he’s crashed out on his massive beanbag.
“He even has his own pet stroller so my daughter Laurrie and I can take him out and about.”
“I’ve decided to change his name to Atilla the Bun Binky Master Jazz Paws, but I think we’ll call him Atty for short!”
Flemish Giant Rabbits are known to be very docile, gentle breeds who have great personalities. Their weight can range from 14 to 21 pounds; they can easily become the size of a small dog. They can also be kept inside and blend very well with families.
We all love a hoppy ending, right?
This story was originally shared by the Scottish SPCA.