Therapy Bunnies Used To Improve Quality Of Life
Image from Jennifer Smith
Meet Teddy Graham and Lulu, big-eared and loving fluffy bunnies. Jennifer Smith, bunny advocate of Minnesota, raises the cuties to become therapy animals. Her newest addition, Lulu, was found by a dumpster and then given to Smith. She nursed her back to health with the help of another bunny, Teddy Graham. He wouldn't leave Lulu's side, giving her kisses and affection. The two are now therapy bunnies together. They specifically help people with Alzheimer's and dementia. But they also travel to some schools and camps where kids need their love and affection. These animals may be little, but they have A LOT of love to give!
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