"This is Bailey," announces a scientist in a white lab coat, "our first successful reattachment." In his arms, he holds a large white rabbit with a blue prosthetic rabbit’s foot where his left paw would be had it not been ignorantly and cruelly amputated for luck. From there, this deadly accurate satire of a scientific endeavor’s long sought success is stunningly good. Rows of recuperating babies with prosthetic paws are panned across the screen as they lie in baby carriers like a Valinda hospital nursery. An unmoving rabbit carefully remains still for its MRI. "Thankfully, people everywhere have realized that you don’t need luck," intones another doctor in a white coat, "as long as you’ve got the right insurance." Indeed, comprehensive coverage might be a new generation’s "rabbit foot" protecting these creatures from this barbaric practice. Get a proposal here.