Observe: A Kmart Australia shopper was left speechless after finding a live pet at a local store

A former reality TV star proved Kmart really has it all after her bizarre find went viral.

content creator Eliza Kennedy uploaded a video to TikTok showing her shopping in Kmart and finding a live bunny sitting on a shelf.

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Her Video went viral on the platform, garnering nearly 300,000 views and causing headaches for hundreds of people.

“Guys I’m in Kmart and there’s this rabbit sitting right now,” she said in the video.

Eliza Kennedy shops at Kmart and shares her bizarre discovery in viral TikTok video. Credit: tick tock

“It’s a real rabbit. I think it’s real.

“What? Whose rabbit is this?”

Looking closer, she saw his nose twitch, confirming it was a real rabbit and not just a Kmart plush.

“It’s real. This is real,” she said.

“Oh my god, someone picked up their bunny at Kmart.”

The rabbit sat on a shelf in the Kmart store with no owner in sight. Credit: tick tock

People were shocked by Kennedy’s find while shopping at Kmart.

“Awwww poor bunny,” wrote one person.

“Poor little thing!” another said.

“Please tell me you saved her,” commented a third.

One Kmart employee in the comments section wasn’t as surprised as everyone else.

“I work at Kmart and I’ve seen dogs, cats, birds, lizards…” they wrote.

Questions answered

Especially the people in the comments section were curious and wanted to know if the bunny has returned to its owners or not.

“I need to know what happened to the rabbit! Did someone pick up the rabbit? why is it there So many questions!” someone asked.

In response to all of the questions, Kennedy uploaded another Videoexplaining what happened next.

Eliza Kennedy answers the hundreds of questions about the rabbit at Kmart. Credit: tick tock

“Okay guys update on the bunny – I know everyone is very interested in this,” she said in the following video, which racked up more than 45,000 views.

“I did a few laps in the section where the rabbit was and I looked like a total nutcase.

“But I just asked everyone, ‘Is that your bunny?’ ‘Are you the parent?’

“Anyway, the parents were there. It was a couple and they just picked up the rabbit, put it on their shoulder and strolled through Kmart.

“I find it very bizarre. People are fucking weird.”

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James Brien

James Brien is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. James Brien joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: jamesbrien@24ssports.com.

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