Not many of you will remember one of SFist's earliest stories on Lucky the rabbit, the bunny who had a (thankfully, malfunctioning) lit firecracker taped to her before she was tossed into a lake by her former owner, Nick Sigmon, and his buddy Paul Collins. Oh, just look at how nice we tried to be back then! We were such softies back in July, 2004 -- we're over that, now, if you hadn't guessed.

It's a testament to how slowly the wheels of justice grind when we see that Sigmon and Collins were sentenced today to 30 and 15 days of work furlough, respectively, as well as 30 days of community service. Additionally, they must receive psychological counseling and report on their progress in July. They also will serve three years probation, during which they are banned from owning or possessing explosives or any animals.

Lucky's photo by SF Chron photographer Mike Kepka