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A local rabbit rescue charity is appealing for help as they try to find the owners of a rabbit that was found this weekend in the village of Quarter, South Lanarkshire.

The bunny was found on Sunday 5th June by a member of the public in a private garden in the Limekilnburn Road area of the village.  Efforts to identify an owner have been unsuccessful and so he was handed into the care of Fairly Beloved Rabbit Care.

The Kirkintilloch based rabbit-dedicated rescue charity, with a number of foster carers operating throughout Scotland, is seeking support from anyone who may be able to help them find the original owner.

“It is very common for strays to be found at this time of year, especially with such wonderful weather,” says David Bell, co-director of the charity.  “People often only let their rabbits out for exercise when the weather is good, and so it may be easier for the rabbit to escape if the garden is insecure.  He appears to be in great condition, so we are hoping that someone is missing him and looking for him”.

The volunteer team have nicknamed the rabbit ‘Lindt’ due to his chocolate coloured markings.

“We would love to get in touch with Lindt’s owners and reunite them again.”

If you have any information that may help Fairly Beloved Rabbit Care find Lindt’s owner, please call them directly on 0141 280 3272, or via their website.