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This Woman Needed A Hiking Buddy, Here’s What She Got

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Ahhh… There’s nothing better than hiking with your best buddy – especially when it happens to be a bunny named Sir Quincey. “Finally, I found him! Sir Quincey Isenhopper,” says a caption of a young woman grinning from ear to ear while holding a white bunny. The fur ball in the picture is not just any pet – the moment the bunny puts on a harness, he turns into his owner’s hiking partner. “After a week or so of wearing [the harness] Sir Quincey grew to love it because it meant he could play outside and go further than his fence.” This is when the bunny’s owner knew he was ready for the next step. On the big day of their first hike trip, she made sure they were prepared: “I was able to pack his bowl, food and favorite toys.” To her delight, seemed to be enjoying the hike as much as she was. “He hopped a little but mostly wanted to ride on my backpack. I think he likes being able to see from up there.”

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The two companions had some adventures, such as spotting beluga whales. When the woman and her bunny reached a remote forestry cabin 15 miles into their trip, she found Sir Quincey trying to “steal her bed”. Of course, she couldn’t be mad at such an adorable thing who simply needed a comfy spot to rest. The owner adds: “30 miles and 5 attempted eagle swoops later we made it home safely”.

Who else wants a hiking bunny? We sure do.

The fur ball is not just any pet – he is a hiking partner

“Finally, I found him!”. Meet Quincey the hiking bunny

“I was able to pack his bowl, food and favorite toys”

To her owner’s delight, the pet seemed to be enjoying the hike as much as she was

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“He gets excited when I bring his harness out and doesn’t fight it being put on”

He “mostly wanted to ride on my backpack. I think he likes being able to see from up there”

When they reached a remote forestry cabin, the woman found Sir Quincey trying to “steal her bed”

“30 miles and 5 attempted eagle swoops later we made it home safely”