A rabbit that hopped the tracks at a downtown Vancouver transit station was reunited with its owner after efforts by passengers and police.
Metro Vancouver Transit Police say the bunny was running loose last Thursday at the Granville SkyTrain station when a passenger picked it up and handed it to officers patrolling the underground stop.
Transit police media spokeswoman Const. Amanda Steele says officers walked around the station with the rabbit, named Mercedes Sprinter, looking for the owner.
She says a short time later, a "frantic female passenger" was heard asking people if they had seen a rabbit.
Steele says the officers were able to reunite the bunny with her owner, who told them it was her emotional support animal.
She says officers reminded the woman of a policy that animals must remain in an approved carrier for safety while travelling on transit.