These are just harmless little rabbits. Definitely not plotting anything dangerous, right?
Felix is an ordinary bunny from a London suburb, with no plans to infiltrate Buckingham Palace, kill the Queen, and seize power for himself.
2.Algernon and Maurice
Algernon and Maurice met last year at an all-you-can-eat-carrot buffet in the East Village. Since then they’ve probably just been bonding over their love of fresh vegetables, not playing the song “First We Take Manhattan, Then We Take Berlin” on repeat and laughing maniacally.
Aloysius likes to think a lot. We reckon he’s thinking about daisies. Not about breaking out of his cage and beginning the rampage.
Marie lives in the French Pyrenees, near an old monastery. She doesn’t talk much. Sometimes she scratches up the ground and then looks at the scratches. Probably just a rabbit game though. Probably not making plans.
Ashlyn used to be the most popular rabbit at fashionable Cuddles N’ Kiddos petting zoo in Austin, Texas. But since the 2016 election she just sits and listens. Always listening…
All of Natasha’s brothers and sisters were killed in the same night by a Fox. Which was strange because I definitely locked the hutch that night, and in the morning the door was open and Natasha was the only one who escaped.
Sebastian is always hopping in and out of the main post office in Chicago. Must be to keep warm. Rabbits don’t write letters to a network of agents around the world, waiting to strike!
Sigismund lives in a small town just outside Zurich. He always goes down to the dump on Tuesdays when the shipment comes in. Which is weird, because rabbits don’t need spare parts. It’s not like he could build a war-machine of any kind.
Freya is a society rabbit in Washington D.C. She keeps popping up when politicians do their meet and greet photos with children. They always give her a pat on the head and some lettuce. She’s not waiting for someone specific, so she can rip their throat out. She’s just a little cuddly rabbit.
Tony gets up at the same time every day and runs around the garden of his owner’s suburban home in Phoenix, Arizona. It’s almost like he’s training for something. But rabbits don’t train.