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Sarah has a pet rabbit named Gracie. Sometimes she took the rabbit outside to get some exercise in the backyard where it's fenced.
Sometimes Gracie likes to explore things by hopping around in circles, and sniffing the grass. Other times she laid on the ground resting like a dog would behind our hedge.
When Gracie is in her cage, Sarah's budgie bird Stephanie, likes to sit on top of the rabbit's cage to visit.
One day Sarah's mother came outside, and looked for the rabbit. Sarah's Mother noticed that she wasn't sitting by the hedge, so she asked,
They checked the neighbor's backyard, and they said,
"I thought I saw a black and white rabbit hopping in our yard."
This was exactly what Gracie's description was!
Sarah's Mom and Dad tried to find the rabbit, so they went several units down to see if she was hiding behind a hedge in someone's backyard because that is what Gracie often sat.
One lady said that she thought that she saw a rabbit in her flower garden, and we thought for sure that it might be Gracie.
Sarah's mom and Dad looked in the back and front of the townhouse units. There was still no sign of Gracie until we saw her scampering in the common area.
As soon as Sarah's mother saw Gracie, she tried to catch her. As soon as Gracie saw Sarah's mother, she yelled, "Gracie!" "Gracie!" She quickly picked up the rabbit, and she ran back to the unit where Sarah and her family lived. Gracie was safely deposited back into her cage. The neighbour said that the rabbit must have enjoyed her freedom. Sarah's Mom was thankful to have found the rabbit.
Gracie likes to roam around free, but she also likes be content in her cage. I think that she feels safe to be in her cage as well.
When we took Gracie outside again in the backyard, we kept a close eye on her or we would put in the cage.
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