Bandit: Why is that other rabbit here?
Lila: We rescued her.
Bandit: Rescued from what?
Lila: A bad situation. She needed a home.
Bandit: I tried to talk to her and she just turns her back. She never answers me.
Lila: Maybe she is afraid you will steal her treats.
Bandit: I don’t steal treats.
Lila: Yesterday you took a raisin right out of my mouth.
Bandit: It looked like you needed help.
Lila: This is hopeless.
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