The Australian Down Syndrome Association is offering $1,000 for the identification of a rare, fluffy bunny.
The bunny, named Happy Down Syndrome Bunny, was spotted in the Sunshine Coast, Australia, by a friend.
The cute little bunny has a fluffy black fur, brown eyes and white spots around its eyes.
Its named Happy because of his love of chocolate, and because he’s been down syndrome for a little over a year.
The ABC reports Happy is being fostered by the Sunshine Foundation and is hoping to find a home in the US.
The Foundation says Happy is one of the rarer types of Down syndrome, which are rare in Australia, but extremely rare in the United States.
“He has a rare form of Down Syndrome called Happy Down syndrome.
He is very unusual,” Foundation founder and CEO Lisa McBride said.”
So rare that we have been able to identify his unique coat colour, the unique coat pattern that he has, and the fact that he is actually a rabbit.
It’s really exciting for us to see this bunny find a happy home.”
Mr McBride is also encouraging anyone with information about Happy Down, or who may have seen him in the past, to contact the Foundation.