Butter - Lincoln Park Zoo
Butter, the bunny, bids farewell
To the Farm in Lincoln Park Zoo,
A Flemish Giant rabbit belle,
A fifteen pound, five year old, who
Would greet each Zoo Farm visitor
From her hutch at the Farm front gate,
Twitching whisker howdys galore,
While nibbling at the greens she ate.
Lots of wild rabbits would stop by
And stare at this bunny so big.
Butter'd tell 'em, 'Go multiply.'
Humans did dig her one girl gig.
Leaving a good memory crop,
Off to heaven, Butter did hop.
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