Scotland's giant rabbit has finally found a home.

The Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) in Cardonald, Glasgow, announced Tuesday that Atlas, the giant rabbit who stole the spotlight and hearts worldwide, has been taken in by a delighted caretaker.

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Jen Hislop, a financial fraud investigator from North Ayrshire, was chosen to take in Atlas out of hundreds of applicants. The SPCA said inquiries after the giant rabbit poured in from all corners of the globe, including the U.S., Canada and France.

Hislop said Atlas is in good company since she currently has a giant cross rex rabbit named Coconut. She added that Atlas has his own stroller for walks with her daughter, and is adjusting to his new digs quite well.

"We have a summer house with heating and air-conditioning, which Atlas has been enjoying already," Hislop told the SPCA. “He also has his own accommodation in a large garden enclosure as well as the run of the house.”

Atlas was taken in by the organization in February after his owner was no longer able to take care of him.