Bunny speed dating
Winifred’s anxieties were clearly on display—trembling, heart-racing, scanning the room for the nearest emergency exit—she exhibited the symptoms that any single person would tell you are emblematic of the stressful (and sometimes traumatic) experience we like to call “the first date.” Not only is it Winifred’s first date, but it’s her first time speed dating.And while her experience might not be unique in this regard, she is definitely not your typical bachelorette. Izzy Johnston, a 26-year-old resident of the East Village, brought Winifred into the Union Square Petco on a Sunday to do what is called a “bond-and-pair,” a match-making session where owners attempt to find their pet rabbit a long-term companion by having their furry friend go through a series of mini-dates with other adoptable rabbits. Organizations such as Rabbit Rescue and Rehab, the New York City chapter of the House Rabbit Society, provide these bunny speed-dating services as part of their efforts to encourage house rabbit adoption.
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