Bunny was born in China, and brought overseas to America around six years ago. He spent the first few weeks of his American life at a Target store in Tempe, Arizona. He now resides in Scottsdale, Arizona with his owner, Mimi Maita. Since Mimi purchased Bunny for $1.99 those five years ago, they have embarked on many adventures together.  Bunny is always busy checking out the great sights and things to do all over the world!

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  1. I once bought a stuffed duck and took it around with me for a month and took pictures of it everywhere. My intention was to flirt with some girl. I got pictures of the duck ice-climbing (clipped to my harness), on the tops of mountains, in class (I was a philosophy student at the time- and even got pictures of me, the duck, and one of my professors), at home, at church, in the woods, etc… she (of course) was not the least bit impressed with my work (which I gave to her). I, however, developed a taste for toting around stuffed animals and taking pictures of them in weird places. Her loss, my gain (at least that’s what I tell myself).

    I love your pictures. Keep it up. Cheers.

  2. I just found your blog on Freshly Pressed, and I love it! I have/had a teddy bear (Paws) that I would lug around with me everywhere I went… now that I moved across the globe, he lives with my parents, and they also take him on trips! Yay for well-traveled cuddly companions!

  3. We love your blog! We have a bunny that looks just like yours! We also take photos of him and dress him up! Unfortunately, it has made him look a bit worn-out… But we love him anyway!

  4. truly cute 🙂 I learned about Flat Stanley not long ago, but didn’t know that Bunny might be his long lost cousin. Hope Bunny continues to enjoy his adventures!

  5. Very cute! I took a Perry the Platypus stuffie with me to the UK and photographed his adventures until I had to give him to a special little guy. May Bunny continue his travels and use sunscreen 🙂

  6. Thanks for visiting my blog, I’m so happy you and your bunny wabbit liked the flowers 😀 Traveling and posting about the travels of your stuffed animal is something I haven’t heard of before and that so cool. May the adventures be plentiful and lots of fun!
    – Devina

    • We always love flowers! Yes, we make many travels together – you’d be surprised what good companionship a bunny can bring! We will continue to check out your photos! <3, Bunny

  7. I enjoyed reading about Bunny’s adventures. My bear (‘Teddy’, to his nearest and dearest) has travelled extensively with me since the mid-1980s. He’s been to university twice (graduate and postgraduate) and lived in the USA. He has his own passport and likes nothing better than hanging out in hotel rooms across the globe. He is extremely popular with chamber maids – one in Malta used to leave him a mint on his pillow every night during our stay.

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