Like Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer, Wonky the lop-eared rabbit is hoping his unusual physical trait will help him find a loving family this Christmas.
With one of his ears sitting in the middle of his head, occasionally pointing upwards “just like a unicorn horn”, the friendly critter is one of the most eye-catching tenants at the RSPCA branch in Milton Keynes & North Bucks.
Carol Spindler, who works at the centre, said Wonky was ready for a new family to adopt him.
“This lovable boy really deserves a home where he’ll get lots of attention and treats,” she said.
“He would suit a family with older children and would make a wonderful addition to the home.”
Wonky, who is four, is described as an affectionate rabbit who enjoys being stroked – but he is not a fan of being picked up and would suit a family with older children.
The RSPCA says he would also benefit from the company of a female rabbit, so perhaps break out the mistletoe.
Blue-eyed Wonky could one day form part of an excellent double act with Narwhal the puppy, who has also been compared to a unicorn thanks to an extra tail on his face.
He was rescued from the streets of Missouri last month.
For more information about Wonky, including how to adopt him, visit rspcamiltonkeynes.co.uk.