DR LEGGS’ report on The Easter Bunny

DR LEGGS’ report on The Easter Bunny

Hello, I am Dr Leggs, the resident psychiatrist of Sunset Cove. Many interesting people come to see me about their problems (and you can sometimes see me in Atlantis High!). Each week I’m profiling different Sunset Covers – and this week is the star of Easter, The Easter Bunny.

Name:The Easter Bunny
Age: Rabbits don’t have the longest lifespan but this bunny is magic, he regenerates every 7 years or so.

A cute little rabbit and friend of Fluffy Muffin

Appearance:The Easter Bunny is not often seen. But one guesses the Easter Bunny is a white or brown rabbit carrying a basket full of easter eggs and chocolate rabbits. He has a cute little pink nose and big floppy ears.
Past History:The Easter Bunny has for many years now delievered Easter Eggs to children across the world. Easter is the celebration of spring or new life and so the symbol of eggs are used over Easter. Mr Fluffy Muffin is also known to be a good friend of The Easter Bunny and they love to catch up on old times.
Motives:The Easter Bunny just wants to see happy faces and remind everyone that life is special.
Influences:The Easter Bunny has been known to be influenced by Mr Fluffy Muffin. They are great friends and they both rub off on each other now and again. One year there were almost no Easter eggs delivered because Fluffy Muffin cast a spell on his friend Easter Bunny.
Strengths: The Easter Bunny has very strong legs and bounces around the world for hours delievering eggs. Easter Bunny is also known to take part in the Tortoise and Hare marathon every summer and always comes in 1st place.
Weaknesses: Easter Bunny is easily wooed by the female bunnies. They just love him and he can’t resist. There are thousands of young Easter Bunnies around…
Catchphrases: “chocolate or marshmallow?” “Now where did I put my basket?”
Secrets: The Easter Bunny’s biggest secret is where he lives. No one knows, not even Mr Fluffy Muffin.

Rumour has it that the Easter Bunny is wanting to there to be an Easter 2 or 3 times a year! That’s a lot of chocolate eggs and bunnies! Of course I can’t confirm anything…we’ll just have to see.