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King Murray's Royal Tail: The True Story of an Easter Bunny

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Have you ever thought about what happens to a live Easter Bunny once Easter is over? "King Murray's Royal Tail" is the story of such an Easter Bunny. Murray eventually finds a forever home, where he is an important part of the family, a true companion animal. But his journey to reach this home is not an easy one. Murray's story is based on the life of one of Kathy Smith's ...more
Paperback, 50 pages
Published March 7th 2004 by iUniverse
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Such a great story about a rabbit's life. So many rabbits are bought without the humans doing their homework to understand what a rabbit needs to be happy and healthy, and many rabbits are bought as gifts or as impulse items. Murray's tale is a very common one, although Murray was not a common rabbit. I'm sure several rabbits I've rescued have similiar stories. Anyone involved with rabbit rescue or who own rabbits would find this small book very interesting and a good read.
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