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Royal Preston Hospital appeal reunites lost cuddly rabbit with baby

Posted on - 15th November, 2021 - 3:29pm | Author - | Posted in - Fulwood, Health, People, Preston News, Sharoe Green
The bunny with Little Miss Giggles. Pic: Chorley and Royal Preston Hospitals

A baby who visited Royal Preston Hospital reunited with a lost cuddly rabbit thanks to a Twitter appeal.

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Oliver Weyer attended ward eight at the hospital, but unbeknownst to his dad, Benjamin Weyer, little Oliver had thrown his bunny out of his car seat while they travelled back to the car park.

Fortunately, hospital staff discovered the rabbit and used Twitter to appeal to the owners.

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Oliver Weyer with his bunny

In the voices of the lost bunny and Little Miss Giggles, Chorley and Royal Preston Hospitals tweeted: “Hello. Whilst we enjoy volunteering at enquires at RPH, we would prefer to go home to our loved ones.

We were both dropped today in the front car park of the Preston hospital. Please help us be reunited with our young owners. Can you RT and get us home? Now, do you need a free map?”

Benjamin soon replied and was able to successfully reunite baby and bunny this week.

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