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Tuesday, April 15, 2014
The parents of distraught two-year-old Olive Maisie are appealing for help in finding Foo Foo, her soft toy rabbit, lost in the centre of Norwich yesterday.
Hannah and Lee Browning-Beales, of Hall Road, said they only realised the “well-loved”, white, bunny made by Jellycat was missing when their daughter asked for it after they got home.
Mr Browning-Beales then headed straight back to the city centre to look for the soft toy, concentrating on the area around the market and The Forum where the family had spent their day out.
But despite appeals on Twitter and Facebook, phone calls to family and friends and another trip to the city today, Foo Foo has still not been found.
“Olive is distraught, she has had that bunny since she was born and can’t get to sleep without it,” said Mrs Browning-Beales.
“She sucks on one ear and strokes the other to get to sleep, but last night she couldn’t sleep at all - my husband had to hold her hand, she just kept crying and crying and asking for her Foo Foo.”
Have you seen Foo Foo? Call reporter Catherine Morris-Gretton on 01603 772439, email firstname.lastname@example.org or share this story on Twitter or Facebook to help find Olive Maisie’s rabbit.