Found: JellyCat Bunny Rabbit Toy Central London (Regent Street) 10/06/12

(5 Posts)
Mumatuks4 Mon 11-Jun-12 20:36:44

On our trip in to London at the weekend I found a lovely JellyCat Bunny Rabbit toy. He was balanced on some railings, close to Mango on Regent Street towards the Piccadilly Circus area.
He is well loved, and smelt like he had been washed just recently.
I have brought him home with us, if you think this is yours I would love him to be reunited with his rightful owner.

Thank you for reading. I hope he is back with his owners soon!

GinPalace Tue 12-Jun-12 15:24:04

aawwww - bump, not mine but I have one of these and ds would be devastated if he was alone in London, even if he was taken home Paddington-styley. grin

Mumatuks4 Tue 12-Jun-12 15:28:03

Thank you GinPalace. I know my kids have all had the favourite teddies and would've been devasted to lose them. No luck so far. But at least the message is out there, even if it isn't claimed in months. smile

GinPalace Tue 12-Jun-12 15:38:33

Mumatuks4 You have a really kind heart. smile

I remember losing my much loved Bobby Bear in the bank aged 3, and was in pieces when I got home - we rushed back and were relieved to be reunited, all the staff had looked after him and he was helping behind the counter. I can still remember the occasion grin

Mumatuks4 Tue 12-Jun-12 16:28:42

That's really kind of you, thank you. I'm just doing what I would hope someone would do for me, if that makes sense.

How lovely that the bank kept your bear safe for you. My little girl is 3 and I can understand that would be a complete disaster if we were to leave one of her many teddies behind! Funny what things stay with you isn't it? I still have "travelling Ted" who's been on every holiday with me since I can remember. I think my earliest memory is taking him on a caravan holiday to Whitby when I was 3.5 years old.

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