Britain’s ‘most pampered’ bunny lives in his own luxurious two-storey house

One-year-old Continental Giant Rabbit enjoys a life of luxury many humans can only dream of, living rent-free in his own spacious and ornate two-story home

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A massive pet rabbit has its own two-story house

Willow the Continental Giant Rabbit is no ordinary bunny, having instead become accustomed to the finer things in life.

The one-year-old continental giant lives in a spacious two-story bunny house, complete with heaters, chairs, curtains, a radio and even a bunny bed by the window with lovely views of the garden.

A far cry from your average rabbit hutch, Willow’s mini palace is beautifully painted and decorated, with its young owner Gemma Seymour, 10, even making sure to bring fresh flowers for her pet.

Nicknamed “mini Doctor Doolittle” by her parents, Gemma, from Aldeburgh, Suffolk, assures Willow wants nothing, bringing her all the treats and toys the floppy-eared lady of the manor could want.







Willow’s two-story house is carpeted and decorated throughout
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Parents Layden-Grant Seymor, 51, and Frances Seymour, 49, say Gemma has loved animals from a young age and has always cared for injured birds and insects.

Company manager Layden-Grant said: “Willow is a very pampered bunny, she eats every treat there is and she has so many toys for a bunny.

“She has her own two-storey house in the garden, Gemma wanted to make the rabbit house friendly and comfortable. It is painted in bright colors and surrounded by streamers.

“There’s carpet and lots of hay in there. She also has an electric heater and heat lamps. Gemma always cuddles her and gives her any treat.

“She is regularly brought into the house, she actually causes less of a mess than the kids. Willow definitely eats more than a standard rabbit, we eat over 10kg of rabbit food a month, I would say she weighs around a stone now and it is only one”.







Her owner Gemma loves animals from a young age
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They added: “She eats her way through the garden, but her favorite snack is dandelion salads. She chewed up the threads of the Christmas tree last Christmas, she is quite mischievous at times.

“We used to have two giant rabbits, but unfortunately one of them was attacked by an owl and died of shock, so Willow now has the house to herself. However, Gemma soon realized that rabbits like to chew on everything.

“The curtains and chairs were chewed up. Gemma also put an Alexa in the house to play music, but Willow also chewed up that wire, so now there’s a battery-powered radio instead.

“Her bedroom is upstairs in the house with a window view so she can always see what’s going on outside. Willow also has free access to the garden, she trims the shrubs very well to me. Gemma always puts fresh flowers around the house too.”







Willow enjoys joining the family for a Sunday roast
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With nine children, Taylor, 23, Oliver, 20, Morgan, 19, Aston, 17, Jensen, 15, Tristan, 13, Gemma, 10, Xavier, 7, the family home can naturally , be hectic at times.

However, Gemma makes sure Willow isn’t left out, even during busy dinner hours.

Layden-Grant continued: “We have home cooked meals and of course Willow also has a bowl, she loves a Sunday roast dinner with all the veggies and leaves.

“She’s like a mixture of bunny and dog, she’s so smart. We had dogs but decided we just wanted a low maintenance pet, Willow is so easy going and great for kids.

“For only a year, even though she’s a really big bunny. She’s at least a meter long, when she stretches, she’s as long as my four-year-old son, Radley.”

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