Little girl becomes unlikeliest of best friends with a giant rabbit

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Little girl becomes unlikeliest of best friends with a giant rabbit



(Picture: @big_cocoa_puff/Caters News)A little girl has become best friends with a huge one-and-a-half stone rabbit.
35-year-old mum-of-two Lindsay Smith bought the fluffy brown Continental Giant rabbit – named Cocoa Puff – in 2017 as a gift for daughter Macy’s second birthday.
But Cocoa Puff has grown so large that his monthly food bill is £200, and he needs to use the litter tray tens times more than a normal sized bunny would.
Lindsay, also mum to Hunter, six, said the almost three-foot-long pet is now almost the same size as her daughter Macy, now three.

(Picture: @big_cocoa_puff/Caters News)Macy and Cocoa Puff have been inseparable ever since they met.
They play with toys, watch TV together and run around the garden.
Lindsay said: ‘Cocoa Puff, like other rabbits, takes a lot of work to care for.
‘However, due to his size certain things are more work — such as changing his litter boxes.
‘Cocoa Puff has always been wonderful with children, he loves being where the action is and is super patient and calm, making him a great family pet.

(Picture: @big_cocoa_puff/Caters News)‘Macy and Cocoa Puff have always had a special bond, they are always together.’
Despite the most eye-catching aspect of Cocoa being his size, he is actually small for his breed.
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The online sensation has since racked up thousands of online fans for his hilarious pictures and videos, which show him appearing next to dwarf Macy.
Lindsay added: ‘Cocoa Puff is actually small for his breed, we were hoping he would be about 5lbs heavier.
‘People are always surprised by his size, not knowing rabbits this big existed.’
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