LAS CRUCES (KRQE) - A missing rabbit has been reunited the girl who owns him.
The rabbit named Keagan belongs to Madison Francis who suffers cerebral palsy-like symptoms, uses a wheelchair and is legally blind.
The Las Cruces Sun-News says Keagan disappeared from his cage at the southern New Mexico State Fair where Madison was showing him earlier this month.
This weekend, Keagan turned up alive and well in a pillowcase next to a sorority house on the New Mexico State campus.
It's not clear how he got there, but the Francis family doesn't care.
Madison's just glad he's back and they don't want police to investigate.
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