When a cartoon cat was so cute, it was all worth it

A cat named Bunny had a life that seemed so surreal and exotic.

Bunny was born with a unique condition, the rare condition that causes his or her ears to grow and change in size.

The condition can be a blessing or a curse, depending on how it affects the animals’ personalities.

Bunny is a cat whose ears grew from his chest to the bottom of his head.

His ears are usually white or black, and he has a distinctive black stripe running down each side.

The stripe also extends down to his tail, which has a red stripe.

These are the markings that allow the cat to communicate with people by scratching the ground and sniffing the air.

“I’ve had cats that were very small, like a few inches tall,” says Jennifer Ebel, an associate professor of veterinary medicine at the University of New Mexico.

“But they had these little ears, and they were so adorable, they could really help people.”

Ebel was able to get Bunny to have his ears surgically removed from his neck and his tail surgically fixed to his body.

The operation took just a few minutes.

“He just seemed so happy,” says Ebel.

“We could not be more pleased.”

Bunny has been the center of attention for a few years now.

He was featured on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2014.

In 2017, the cat became a popular topic of conversation on the Internet, especially on Reddit, the online community for sharing content from various websites.

This time, he had his ears removed and his tails removed from the body of the cat named “Pinky.”

Bunny is now a completely normal cat.

“It was really exciting to see that there was a community of people who were excited about this,” Ebel says.

Bunny’s owners have since adopted the cat and put him to good use.

“They put him in a home where he can go out and interact with other cats, and we have some cats that are on their own,” says Karen Schreiber, Bunny’s owner.

Bunny has a lot of friends on Reddit.

Some of Bunny’s friends are just as excited to be able to meet Bunny as Bunny himself.

“Everyone is really excited about it,” Schreib says.

“There are so many people that have been really supportive of Bunny.

He’s just a normal cat.”