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Wonky the rabbit gets new home after charming with its ‘unicorn’ ear

A rabbit in the United Kingdom has found a new home, thanks to his unique feature: one ear placed unusually close to the middle of his head. It flops forward or raises up, making him appear to be a unicorn.

The 4-year-old rabbit is fittingly named Wonky and is in the care of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), particularly the Milton Keynes & North Bucks branch in Buckinghamshire, England.

The group posted pictures of Wonky on Facebook last Dec. 4 for his adoption. The RSPCA said the rabbit needed “large, secure housing” or should have space to roam indoors. It also said to tend to Wonky’s social needs, like having a female rabbit or constant interaction.

Wonky is a wonderful white lop eared rabbit. He’s got the most adorable wonky ear which flops right over his face when…

Posted by RSPCA Milton Keynes & N. Bucks Branch on Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Wonky attracted media interest even from countries outside the U.K. By Dec. 8, he had been reserved for adoption.

It comes at no surprise — how can anyone resist those blue eyes and oddly-placed ear?

A “unicorn dog” charmed the internet too last November. A puppy named Narwhal with a tail-like growth on his head attracted hundreds of adoption applications. However, the group who rescued him, Mac’s Mission, has decided to keep him. JB


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