Before “Jellycat” could be reunited with its beloved owner, the bunny received full VIP experience, including turn down service and high tea.
The Adare Manor Hotel posted on its Facebook page a picture of the orphaned bunny.
“I lost my owner at breakfast,” it was captioned.
“I have to stay at Adare Manor tonight, hopefully my owner will come to collect me tomorrow,” read the image of Jellycat tucked safely away in bed.
By the next day, Jellycat’s owner, Kate Hogan, tracked down her favourite furry friend.
Before Kate returned to collect her best friend, Jellycat relaxed by the pool, sipped on a cuppa and took a stroll through the manor grounds.
With Jellycat’s owner located, he could relax and take full advantage of the hotel’s facilities…
Eventually, Kate arrived to Jellycat’s rescue before the hotel posted this image of the pair.
“Reunited at last… yippee! I got lots of lovely hugs from my pretty owner Kate and now we’re heading home for our next adventure,” Jellycat announced on the hotel’s Facebook page.
Kate was very relieved to have been reunited with her special friend.
“Thank you for taking such good care of my special Jellycat,” Kate wrote in a thank you post to the hotel.
“He was my first ever teddy a whole three and a half years ago. I was so lonely going to sleep last night, but I now know he had the best time.”
And cue resounding “Aaaaawwwwwwwww.”
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