Scotrail has made an appeal for the owner of a lost bunny to come forward.
The teddy bear was left on the 2pm train from Edinburgh to Dundee on Saturday afternoon. It arrived at the City of Discovery at 3.21pm.
The light-yellow toy has a pink nose, pink collar and spotty pink soles.
🐰Lets help this little lost Bunny get back to its owner. It was left on the 1400 Edinburgh to Dundee service today. pic.twitter.com/uKddnVBmGd
— ScotRail (@ScotRail) September 2, 2017
The rail company tweeted a photo of the Bunny with a message that read: “I miss my parent! I am in Dundee station.”
The post has been retweeted more than 1,100 times and sparked a number of comments on Twitter.
RW replied: “Hope they are reunited. I kinda wish Twitter was around in 1983 (when I was 1) so it could have helped return my lost bear.”
Hope they are reunited. I kinda wish Twitter was around in 1983 (when I was 1) so it could have helped return my lost bear. 😥
— R W (@Averagestiff) September 2, 2017
Maria Isabel criticised Scotrail. She tweeted: “Just run trains on time, with enough seats and clean enough? Not much to ask.”
Just run trains on time, with enough seats and clean enough? Not much to ask. 😂😂😂#sundaygrump 😂
— María Isabel 🇪🇺 (@Fairysoprano) September 3, 2017