Marlon Bundo, the rabbit of the Pence family, has died.
Charlotte Pence Bond, daughter of Mike Pence, on social media on Saturday to say goodbye to their favorite pets.
“Marlon, you came into our lives exactly when you needed them. I couldn’t have predicted that the little rabbit I found on Craigslist for a college student film would have given me the courage and inspiration to write my first book. Two more,” Pence Bond wrote Saturday.
Marlon Bunny was the first rabbit in the United States to receive the nickname BOTUS, Bunny. Marlon has also been the protagonist in several children’s books, including “A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo’s Vice President”.
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The children’s book was written by Charlotte Pence Bond and illustrated by her mother, Karen Pence, one of three books they created. The book was designed to tell children how one day in the life of former Vice President Mike Pence went. Marlon Bundo gained popularity and even had his own Instagram account.
Marlon Bundo just caught the attention of kids all over America. Before the book was published, comedian and host of “Last Week Tonight” John Oliver revealed a parody version featuring a rabbit of the same name. In Oliver’s storyline, Marlon Bundo wears a bow tie and falls in love with another rabbit cub.
Oliver’s book, A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo, was designed to highlight Vice President Pence’s position on LGBTQ + rights.
Marlon Bundo’s Instagram page has garnered more than 32,000 subscribers over the years, leaving many good words for the Rabbit and Pence family.