Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: Upon positive identification of an SCP-XXXX-1, task force Tau-35 (aka "Bunnysnatchers") are to make all efforts to trace SCP-XXXX-3. Once found, all other examples of SCP-XXXX-1 are to be found and incinerated as soon as possible. Any copies of SCP-XXXX-2 found in possession of SCP-XXXX-3 are also to be destroyed immediately. SCP-XXXX-3 is to be interviewed to find out their current mental state, then treated with class-A amnesiacs, or euthanized. Those other than SCP-XXXX-3 that have been in contact with SCP-XXXX-1 are to be given class-B amnesiacs.
Under no circumstances are female researchers to come into contact with any of the on-site archived examples of SCP-XXXX-1 or SCP-XXXX-2. Should any researcher begin to develop signs of obsession with the objects, they are to be administered class-A amnesiacs and moved to another site.
Description: SCP-XXXX consists of three parts. SCP-XXXX-1 are anthropomorphic cloth bunnies, with unusually wide heads, large ears and eyes made from four buttons. Most often the objects are found in large piles in the possession of an SCP-XXXX-3, and are made from many different fabrics. SCP-XXXX-2 is a set of simple instructions on how to make SCP-XXXX-1. These instructions can take many forms, the only consistent variable being the cutting template. SCP-XXXX-3 is a person who has become obsessed with producing and distributing SCP-XXXX-1
Anomalous properties present in 9█ .█ % of females and █ .█ % of males who observe an example of SCP-XXXX-1. Those affected become obsessed with the object, asking the owner how they came to aquire it. Since most who present SCP-XXXX-1 are examples of SCP-XXXX-3, they will seize the opportunity to explain the object in depth. Frequent topics include talk of recycling, the importance of making and ease of production. Those affected always ask to possess an example of SCP-XXXX-1, and request instructions on how to make their own, regardless of previous interest in crafts. Should someone be presented with SCP-XXXX-1 from anyone other than an SCP-XXXX-3, they will attempt to track down an example of SCP-XXXX-2 on their own.
Once in possession of SCP-XXXX-2, an affected person will become a new instance of SCP-XXXX-3. They will begin to obsessively create SCP-XXXX-1, consuming any available resources, including but not limited to cloth, old clothes, new clothes, furniture and [DATA EXPUNGED]. SCP-XXXX-3 will maintain a normal life initially, using their spare time to produce SCP-XXXX-1. As more examples of SCP-XXXX-1 are produced the subject will increasingly withdraw from society. SCP-XXXX-3 will begin to post online about SCP-XXXX-1, sharing instructions and showing their examples of SCP-XXXX-1. Often they will develop cover stories for friends and loved ones, such as talk of craft-making, art installation and developing a small business.
After ███ examples of SCP-XXXX-1 have been produced, aggressive tendencies will develop. Subjects will force anyone who associates with them away, claiming they need to focus on their project. Jobs will be abandoned, with no attempt to explain their departure, and other hobbies will be neglected. It is at this point that furnature will be consumed for raw material, usually starting with bedding. Any interruptions to their production will be met with threats, blackmail, violence and, in extreme cases, murder. Once all available fabric has been consumed for production, SCP-XXXX-3 will begin to [DATA EXPUNGED]. No examples of SCP-XXXX-1 made from [DATA EXPUNGED] have been found completed, as the subject often dies due to [DATA EXPUNGED] before this is possible.
Currently, it is unknown how many examples of SCP-XXXX-1, SCP-XXXX-2 and SCP-XXXX-3 exist in the world. Task force Tau-35 are currently involved in stopping examples of SCP-XXXX-1 and SCP-XXXX-2 from being distributed through mass media, particularly on craft websites such as █████████.███. Whilst the risk to humanity is minimal, it is still vitally important to avoid SCP-XXXX-2 from being distributed to so many people.