Snow aversion brings Bunny new home
Readers submit stories about their pets.
When Anne Turner and her family first saw Bunny, she ran so quickly, they thought she was a rabbit. So, they started calling her Bunny.
“We fed her everyday and she slowly let us get closer to her,” Turner wrote in her Pet Tales submission letter.
As the weather got cooler last fall, Bunny would venture inside the Turner home but would only stay a few minutes.
But when it snowed around Christmas, Bunny came inside and hasn't left.
“She is so sweet and we love her,” Turner wrote.
Turner took Bunny to a vet who told her that a notch in her left ear showed that she'd once been trapped by a local group that, he said, traps, neuters and then releases strays. The notch is to show that she's been spayed, the doctor explained.
“Whoever they are, I want to thank them for a wonderful cat,” Turner wrote.
To submit a pet story and photo, e-mail your story and photo to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to Heather Warlick, The Oklahoman, P.O. Box 25125, Oklahoma City, OK 73125. Include your name, address and daytime phone number. Photos cannot be returned.
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