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What's cuter than an adorable bunny sitting in an Easter basket? How about a rabbit earning his keep (and his carrots) by participating in a jumping competition!
No, seriously — watch the video and keep track of how many times you smile and say, "Awwww!"
Although this was only the second annual Rabbit Grand National, it was part of the recently renamed Burgess Premiere Small Animal Show, which has been promoting small-animal care and breeding since 1921. This year's show took place in Harrogate, Yorkshire, England, and the event was truly hopping, with more than 3,000 competitors. Even within the rabbit category, floppy-eared athletes came from as far away as Sweden.
This is a good reminder that dogs and cats aren't the only ones who can strut their stuff in agility competitions!
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