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A Tusken Raider with a cat. (Photo by Rohit Saxena/Caters News)

A humane society have drafted in Star Wars characters to help find adoptable animals new homes. The Ottawa Humane Society in Ontario, Canada, used the recognisable cosplay figures to adorably interact with the likes of dogs, cats and guinea pigs. Photographed by Rohit Saxena, the series featured a stormtrooper, a Tusken Raider and Garindan. Those photographed were members of the 501st Capital City Garrison, a Star Wars costuming group in Eastern Ontario. Here: a Tusken Raider with a cat. (Photo by Rohit Saxena/Caters News)
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13 May 2015 11:59:00
Angora rabbit Emilson sits next to its freshly shaved hair at Georgia Spausta's small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria March 10, 2015. (Photo by Heinz-Peter Bader/Reuters)

Angora rabbit Emilson sits next to its freshly shaved hair at Georgia Spausta's small farm in Herzogbirbaum, Austria March 10, 2015. Spausta produces hand-spun yarn from some 25 angora rabbits which is sold in small scale to enthusiasts or at local markets. The rabbits are clipped four times a year, each time giving some 300 grams of wool, about the amount needed to knit one pullover. (Photo by Heinz-Peter Bader/Reuters)
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26 Apr 2015 09:06:00
March 28, 1967 Egg Roll; A large bunny attracted the attention of children and their parents during the annual Easter egg roll Monday on the south lawn of the White House. The bunny was made by Fred Johansen, Silver Spring, Md. (Photo by Minneapolis Star Tribune)

March 28, 1967. Egg Roll; A large bunny attracted the attention of children and their parents during the annual Easter egg roll Monday on the south lawn of the White House. The bunny was made by Fred Johansen, Silver Spring, Md. Nearly 17,000 youngsters and adults took part in the egg rolling. The President and Mrs. John-son were not at the festivities because they were in Camp David, Md. The tradition of egg rolling was begun in 1878 during the administration of Rutherford B. Hayes. (Photo by Minneapolis Star Tribune)
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05 Apr 2015 10:51:00
The Grand National springs to mind as the yearly highlight of the “sport of kings” – thoroughbred steeds and their brave jockeys triumphing (or failing) over gruelling courses and high-fenced adversity. Here: Rabbit showjumping at an animal fair in Stuttgart, Germany, on November 16, 2014. (Photo by Action Press/Rex Features)

The Grand National springs to mind as the yearly highlight of the “sport of kings” – thoroughbred steeds and their brave jockeys triumphing (or failing) over gruelling courses and high-fenced adversity. And now steeplechase enthusiasts can add another event to the annuls of great sporting occasions, namely the Stuttgart rabbit show jumping. Here: Rabbit showjumping at an animal fair in Stuttgart, Germany, on November 16, 2014. (Photo by Action Press/Rex Features)
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25 Nov 2014 11:10:00
The Japanese Use A Real Rabbits As Case For Smartphone

If you see a weird trend or a mind boggling commercial, you know that it’s from Japan. Take the latest one for example. You might be misled be the title into thinking that those bloody bastards are killing poor rabbits and making iPhone cases out of them. However, the reality is much more adorable. The new trend is placing iPhones on rabbit’s tummies and taking pictures of it. Rabbits make the perfect iPhone holders! Not only are they fluffy as hell, they can also nibble on your fingers while you try to type a message, or try voiding your iPhone’s warranty by shaking your iPhone off while trying to escape this humiliation.
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27 Oct 2014 11:53:00
A rabbit fails to clear an obstacle during a bunny hop competition at the Old Town Square in Prague. (Photo by Petr David Josek/AP Photo)

A rabbit fails to clear an obstacle during a bunny hop competition at the Old Town Square in Prague, Czech Republic, Monday, April 14, 2014. (Photo by Petr David Josek/AP Photo)
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18 Apr 2014 07:18:00
Employee Sandra Jaeckel adjusts a ribbon around the neck of a giant chocolate Easter bunny at the production facility at Confiserie Felicitas chocolates maker in Hornow. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Employee Sandra Jaeckel, at the photographer's request, adjusts a ribbon around the neck of a giant chocolate Easter bunny at the production facility at Confiserie Felicitas chocolates maker on April 9, 2014 in Hornow, Germany. Easter is among the busiest times of year for the chocolatier, which produces Easter bunnies and eggs in a wide variety of sizes and styles. Founded by Belgian expats Goedele Matthyssen and Peter Bientsman the company will soon celebrate its 21st year. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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14 Apr 2014 08:32:00
Rabbit Island in Japan

Only after World War II did the secret spill: Ōkunoshima, located in the Inland Sea of Japan between Hiroshima and Shikoku, was the top-secret site for manufacturing chemical warfare. When the factories were closed down, a number of exotic wild rabbits were seen freely roaming the island. They were assumed to have been the test subjects for the chemical weapons, which the military failed to eradicate when the factory was demolished.
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17 Feb 2014 12:23:00