UPDATE: Barnaby has been ADOPTED!! 🙂 This post is being left up so others can still enjoy it.
A rare and magnificent animal is currently residing in our facility, in search of a new habitat: the last remaining Barnabias known to man.
Here is a profile of this endangered species:
Common Name: Barnaby
Scientific Name: Barnabias bashfulias
Height: 60 cm
Weight: Males, about 32 kg. Females, unknown
Natural Habitat: Living rooms and couches of the Southern United States
History: This once-prevalent species was first discovered by a Floridian exploration team. The gentle, bashful animals roamed the landscape in search of snacks and comfy chairs. They were prized for their obscenely soft ears and uniquely marked coats. Scientists have not yet uncovered the cause of their near extinction.
Below is a video documentary, chronicling the life of the last known Barnabias. (Be sure to turn your speakers on, and to read the captions in a crisp British accent.)
Music: “Sneaky Adventure” and “Bumbling March” by Kevin MacLeod (incomptech.com)
To see all the species we have available for adoption, click here.