November 21st, 2013 10:12 EST
Insanity! Thousands Search For 'Mr. Rabbit', Stuffed Animal Lost By Little Girl: Video
"A growing, grassroots campaign is currently underway in England to help a distraught little girl reunite with her beloved stuffed animal that went missing this past weekend on a family trip to London.
When the girl`s mother, Zoe Stewart, realized that the floppy-eared `Mr. Rabbit,` which had been with her 3-year-old daughter, Ruby, almost since birth, was lost, she quickly turned to her social media followers on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for help."
This is a classic case of tomfoolery run amuck...
Zoe Stewart was presented with a priceless opportunity to teach her 3-year-old daughter the cold hard facts of life.
Stewart could have taught her young daughter a lesson about loss and rejection by telling her: Mr. Rabbit hopped away, as rabbits are wont to do, in search of greener pastures.
Or she could have taught her about death by telling the young girl: Mr. Rabbit was eaten by Mr. Wolf, but I managed to save the rabbit`s foot, and you can keep it for good luck.
Instead Stewart gives her daughter false hope that the rabbit may be found, by turning to social media for help.
Dear God what will this insane woman do next? Contact the Make a Wish Foundation, so they can they can stage an elaborate deception wherein Mr. Rabbit is found, and returned to the little girl?