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Easter bunnies found in gardens
Thursday March 31st 2016
Easter bunnies have been the apparent victim of unseasonal behaviour after being discovered dumped at a Welsh beauty spot. The seven rabbits were found "running loose" in the Vale of Glamorgan's Dyffryn Gardens on Easter Sunday (March 27).
RSPCA Cymru staff initially thought it was an Easter trick, the BBC reports. Gemma Black, a chief inspector with the charity, thought it too topical to be anything else.
The RSPCA is trying to find out how the rabbits arrived in the National Trust botanical gardens between St Nicolas and Dyffryn villages. The Society is currently looking after the animals following a vet check-up.
It wants to trace their owners so they can be rehomed. Meanwhile, the RSPCA has given the seven animals chocolate-themed names.
They are: Sugar, Coco, Fudge, Truffle, Button, Toffee and Caramel. The charity wants anyone who may know anything about the rabbits to get in touch with its staff.
Copyright Press Association 2016