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July 13, 2013

'Frankenstein' rabbit with horns becomes Internet sensation

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MANKATO, Minn. —

Boettcher disagrees.

“It's a great idea to try to help him and make him healthy again, but it's a little ridiculous to blame me for not helping the rabbit and taking him to the vet when it's a wild rabbit," he said. "It's turning into a thing on animal rights. People are saying I'm mean for making it humorous, but it was just supposed to be something fun between me and my brother."



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