WATCH: Dublin Airport Police rescue baby rabbit from treacherous Storm Emma conditions 2 years ago

WATCH: Dublin Airport Police rescue baby rabbit from treacherous Storm Emma conditions

Adorable scenes of a snow-drenched Saturday.

As we patiently wait for things to return to normal following the battering the country has taken from the Beast From The East, it's about time for a good old-fashioned wholesome tale.

Preferably one involving a baby rabbit wandering around Dublin Airport - hey, wonder if he knows this dude? - amidst treacherous weather conditions before enjoying rescue from the big-hearted staff patrolling the area.

It's like something out of Watership Down, except not horribly upsetting and childhood-ruining.

Watch the dramatic rescue sequence below.

Adorable, and yet another example of the incredible work carried out by public transport workers across Ireland in an exceedingly difficult week.

Update: 3:15pm

Stunning breaking news at time of writing - it turns out the animal in question is not a rabbit, after all, but a leveret, which is, in fact, a young hare.

The important thing is that he's still safe, warm, and enjoying viral fame.

Update: 7pm

They've only gone and named her, for it is indeed a her. Say hello to Emma.

Fine work on the 'hareport' pun, too, in fairness...