With hair as white as snow and deep, dark eyes, you could easily mistake these three brothers as professional models. But they are in fact three beautiful bunnies who are being cared for by RSPCA staff in Somerset. Pluto, Mercury and Earth enjoyed being centre of attention for a photoshoot during lockdown at RSPCA West Hatch Animal Centre, in Taunton. The brothers were rescued alongside seven other rabbits after their owner lost interest in them and could no longer meet their needs. They are among thousands of animals being looked after by the RSPCA, which this week launched its emergency appeal as the numbers in its care are set to rise further. Bel Deering, West Hatch manager, said: “These friendly bunnies could put Beyoncé to shame with their windblown hair and perfect makeup! We wish we all looked this good in the morning! “Five of the 10 buns have been reserved and will go to their new homes once lockdown is lifted. The other five – including Pluto, Mercury and Earth – are still available and will be looking for homes when the centre reopens.”
—Somerset, United Kingdom. 01 Apr 2020. Credit: RSPCA

With hair as white as snow and deep, dark eyes, you could easily mistake these three brothers as professional models. But they are in fact three beautiful bunnies who are being cared for by RSPCA staff in Somerset. Pluto, Mercury, and Earth enjoyed being the center of attention for a photoshoot during lockdown at RSPCA West Hatch Animal Centre, in Taunton. The brothers were rescued alongside seven other rabbits after their owner lost interest in them and could no longer meet their needs. They are among thousands of animals being looked after by the RSPCA, which this week launched its emergency appeal as the numbers in its care are set to rise further. Bel Deering, West Hatch manager, said: “These friendly bunnies could put Beyoncé to shame with their windblown hair and perfect makeup! We wish we all looked this good in the morning! “Five of the 10 buns have been reserved and will go to their new homes once lockdown is lifted. The other five – including Pluto, Mercury and Earth – are still available and will be looking for homes when the center reopens.”

—Reuters