Sydney Trains reunited this lost toy bunny with its owner and it's going to fill you with joy
The mission to find #sadbunny’s owner was far from easy, though…
A mission led by people on Twitter and Sydney Trains to reunite a lost cuddly rabbit toy with its rightful owner has been successful.
The operation began after Andrew Parker posted a tweet saying: “I’m sad. A child dropped bunny from pram getting off at Wynyard as doors closed. @T1SydneyTrains please help to reunite! #sadbunny”
He let Sydney Trains know what service he was on and the carriage he was in and was asked to pass the bunny onto station staff.
Sydney Trains seemed to work pretty hard throughout the mission to find the owner.
In the meantime, people had to suffer through some uncertainty over the fate of the bunny, and shared their feelings through the hashtag #sadbunny.
Gosh I sure hope that bunny finds its owner. Nothing worse for a child than a sleepless night without the bunny #sadbunny— Aldric Chuah (@AldricChuah) May 19, 2017
I'm so invested in the #sadbunny yarn now— Signe Dean (@nevertoocurious) May 19, 2017
But eventually, the owner was found – and then it was just a case of waiting for the reunion.
Good Morning & welcome to Operation 'Reuniting Rabbit' day 2.— Trains Info (@TrainsInfo) May 19, 2017
AM Update: Owner found, waiting to reunite. I'll keep you in the loop - Sammy pic.twitter.com/4wSrMa3Jzg
And finally, #sadbunny was no more.
“Yay” really is the only word for it.
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