described me an idea he've got:
Oswald was a young rabbit who've inherited a great richness from his father, on of the richest entrepreneur in London.
One day the most fidate associate of Oswald's father knew he risked to loose all his money and assets, so corrupted the cops, accusing Oswald of theft and the rabbit's forced to escape...
Lonely and lost between the streets of London, the rabbit accidentally meets a street artist who he've always seen in those streets, but he'd never deigned to give him a penny or greeted him, the boy almost bumped into the artist who immediately understand he's chased and protect him, hiding him from the cops with his magic tricks and dance.
Once the rabbit boy's in safe from the cops, he tells his story to the young artist, who simply never change his romantic, yet disquieting smile.
At the end of the tell, the artist who's always called "Felicity" offered to help Oswald, but at one condition: the boy must stay with him, sing and perform with him, and mainly discover the secret of the "happyness".
At first Oswald didn't understand the mean of those words, he wanted to go home, to be sure the money of his family wasn't fallen in wrong hands, but Felcity insisted on that condition and the rabbit at the end decided to follow him...
maybe Felicity have something in store for him.. or he want simply to teach him a lesson?