It was important to get Hoppy to a vet and into a good home. "He had some teeth issues, and was most likely inbred," Sorvino said. "He has overgrown teeth that are protruding from his mouth."
Sorvino and her boyfriend, Cody, took Hoppy in just days before this past Easter to foster him. Sorvino gave him free rein of a room and made sure it was rabbit-proofed. "He was really happy and loved being free," Sorvino said.
Terri and Trey, a couple who also knew of Diane's fate, told Sorvino they would be happy to take Hoppy, and that their 8-year-old granddaughter, Belle, would be over the moon. Belle lives with her grandparents since her father died two years ago.