It’s a big week for stuffed animals on the loose.
First, actress Busy Philipps posted a series of emotional and panicked Instagram Stories after realizing she had accidentally left her daughter’s two beloved teddy bears — one of which has since been found — at a hotel in Hawaii.
Now another cuddly childhood companion is MIA.
Meet Rabbit, who, as Metro reports, has caused quite the social media stir since being left behind on a London subway on April 3.
Beloved cuddly toy which my daughter has had from birth lost on tube tonight between 8-9 pm either jubilee or central line please help find for my 5 year old who is distraught @TfL pic.twitter.com/NNlnLlRQ50
— Gemma Broxup (@GBR0X) April 3, 2018
Gemma Broxup, whose 5-year-old daughter “broke down in tears” when she discovered that Rabbit was missing, posted an urgent plea on Twitter — and people all over the world are pitching in.
find this toy. save the world. https://t.co/iV15vgzHbf
— Game of Thornes (@GeoffThorne) April 4, 2018
I'm 21 and would be distraught if i lost the teddy I've had since birth hope he's found https://t.co/zcM33BJrWF
— em (@emmaaclaire) April 4, 2018
Come on Londoners. Let’s find it.
— Inspector Andy Stuart (@ci_stuart) April 4, 2018
“He was a gift when she was born,” Broxup told Metro of the toy’s significance. “She has him every night in bed, and he has been in [the] hospital with her when she had scarlet fever.”
While thousands have retweeted the mother’s plea to find the bunny, many have also shared their own stories of stuffed animals loved and lost.
My Dad lost his stuffed penguin on a bus in Edinburgh in 1945/6 he never got over it. Sincerely hope you find bunny. I’m slightly heart broken for her.
— Vacuous Covfefe (@VacuousNess) April 4, 2018
We left miss piggy in New York when my daughter was about 8. I'm still paying the airfreight charges to get her home!!
I really really hope it shows up!!!!!
— ken grogan (@kengrogan1) April 3, 2018
We once lost my daughter's bunny at Disneyland and it was returned. If any mom sees it, she will guard it with her own life. Have faith.
— Laura Slobin (@lauraslobin) April 4, 2018
I hope you find it..I had my Larry the lamb until my husband sold the wardrobe with him in it..I never forgave him and is probably one of the long list of reasons why I divorced him x
— Theresa Fitton (@FittonTheresa) April 4, 2018
Though London’s transportation officials have been alerted to the case, a recent tweet from Broxup confirmed that Rabbit remains at large.