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A pop-up bunny spa is opening in London for one weekend only

We’ve all heard of bunny yoga, which appears to be incredibly therapeutic, and now one London company is taking the concept of rabbit-themed activities one step further — by creating a bunny spa.

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This idea makes us extremely excited because, really, who doesn’t want to relax and marvel at the cuteness of bunnies, all at the same time? The concept can be credited to 7th Heaven, a Cruelty Free International and Vegetarian Standard-approved brand run by serious animal lovers.

According to the Evening Standard, the organisation is creating a pop-up spa and the first location will be on Shelton Street in Covent Garden, London. Bunny-loving humans can go and visit bunnies from Greenwich Rabbit Rescue while enjoying free facials and massages by fully qualified beauty therapists.

We were already sold at “bunnies” but the fact that this is free makes it even more appealing.

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It’s a fantastic idea which will hopefully help rehome these unwanted bunnies, raise awareness for the cause and encourage people to support Greenwich Rabbit Rescue, which according to its Facebook page is run in conjunction with The Animal Samaritans and is the largest rabbit rescue centre in London.

“At 7th Heaven we love animals as much as we love humans and this is the perfect way to combine the two,” spokesperson Steven Van Hemmen told Look magazine.

It’s not just the humans that will be able to enjoy the pampering, he explained. “The rabbits will be pampered, too, with plenty of food, a huge run to explore, with plenty of human interaction, which they love,” he said.

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If you want to head to this pop-up spa it’s open between March 12 to 14 from 10 a.m. Get there early because appointments will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

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