A small rabbit who weighed less than a bag of sugar has been saved from a busy bypass in Liverpool by the RSPCA.
Inspector Helen Smith first rescued the baby bunny from the side of Scotland Road two weeks ago.
She's been fostering the little rabbit ever since and has affectionately named it Eddie.
Eddie has been steadily putting on weight whilst in RSPCA care and is now just over 1kg, which is about the same weight as a bag of sugar. As well as sitting in bowls, he also loves cuddling up with his favourite unicorn teddy which is about four times the size of him.
Last month there were nearly 200 rabbits looking for homes across RSPCA centres, branches and fosterers. The animal welfare charity is urging prospective owners to consider adopting rather than shopping for rabbits. To re-home rescue rabbits visit www.rspca.org.uk/findapet