Wally the Adopted Bunny Steals the Internet

Molly Prottas, 30, found herself famous this week. The Massachusetts resident adopted a 10-month-old Angora rabbit, named Wally, and the world can’t get enough of him.

Wally currently has over 150,000 followers on Instagram, where Molly documents his exploits in their Natick home. The Greater Boston-area bunny was adopted last New Year’s Eve, following the passing of Prottas’s Flemmish Giant rabbit.

Here’s Wally in all his fluffy-eared glory!

 

Wally may be vying for Most Adorable Bunny on the Internet, but he’s got some stiff competition from elsewhere on the web. See for yourself!

 

  Thank you mama 🍓   A photo posted by Marbee Moo, Olive & Taffy (@bunnymama) on  

💗🐼 The best! 😄

A photo posted by Marbee Moo, Olive & Taffy (@bunnymama) on

  Moo being Moo 😛   A photo posted by Marbee Moo, Olive & Taffy (@bunnymama) on

 

If your heart feels ready to explode right now, consider providing a forever-home to a bunny in need of a family. Always adopt, never buy from a breeder. And be sure you’re ready to provide the love and care your new addition to the family needs.

There are so many bunnies looking for a family.

Think about it!

101 comments

Siyus Copetallus
Siyus Copetallus3 years ago

Thank you for sharing...

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Siyus Copetallus
Siyus Copetallus3 years ago

Thank you for sharing...

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Carole H.
carole H3 years ago

What a sweet bunny and love all the pics, thank you

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Glennis Whitney
Glennis W3 years ago

Such an adorable bunny you are Wally. Go mam go. TYFS

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Glennis Whitney
Glennis W3 years ago

Go Wally Go. You are just so adorable. TYFS

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Glennis Whitney
Glennis W3 years ago

Just so cute. Wally you are so adorable. Thank you for caring and sharing.

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Maggie W.
Maggie D3 years ago

Absolutely adorable, it's no wonder he has so many followers. Good point Beatrice C. rabbits aren't happy without a companion.

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Georgina Elizab McAlliste
.3 years ago

so cute ty

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Joy T.
Joy T3 years ago

Awwww. What a cutie!

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Donna T.
Donna T3 years ago

After watching the video, it looks as if his ears are bothering him, when he is not keeping very active (chewing, etc.) Hope I'm wrong.

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