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Guinea Pigs Online: Bunny Trouble

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Fuzzy and Coco's owners are organising an Easter Fair at the Rescue Centre. They bring home a naughty little bunny called Binny in the hope that she will learn to behave. Then she can find a new owner at the fair.

But Binny is determined to cause havoc in Middleton Crescent. Her antics lead to Eduardo's capture by the humans - and then he's taken to be adopted at the fair!

Can Fuzzy and Coco rescue Eduardo and find a new home for Binny?

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