Thanks to a kind homeless man, a preschool class in Oregon has been reunited with their beloved pet bunny.
Amos the bunny went missing from Great Beginnings Childcare and Preschool in Rogue River earlier this month, only to be returned to them a few days later, according to KOBI. He was found inside a cardboard box containing food and water, in a trash can by the a public library. Ralph Rowden, a homeless man, found the bunny and returned him to the class who had dearly missed their fluffy friend.
"We missed him so much! Somebody taked him," Ella Bale, a 3-year-old preschooler at Great Beginnings, told the outlet.
For his good deed, Rowden was given a small cash reward and a sweet thank you note from the class.
It always warms our hearts to see animals reunited with their humans, and luckily for these kids, their pet wasn't gone for very long. Check out this story of Chester the cat who was lost at an airport for a month, or this Labrador retriever, named Buddy, who went missing during the California wildfires seven years ago and finally found his way home. Welcome home, guys!