Wednesday, August 17, 2011

The Rest of the Story

Ilaria has wanted a bunny of her very own since she was 3 years old and met Little Bunny Fufu in preschool.  Specifically, Ilaria wanted a girl bunny that did not have red eyes.  The red eyes kind of give her the spooks.  Anyway, we finally gave in about a year and half ago when Dabra was offered to us for free.

Now, we haven't taken Dabra to the vet yet and her previous owner did not know if she really is a girl or not.  We have always just called her a "she" because Ilaria said so.

You may remember this video of Dabra playing with her ball:

Well, I stopped the recording then because . . .  um, well, you know what they say about rabbits.  Here's the rest of the story:

So, what do you think?  Is Dabra a girl or a boy?  LOL!

I should say that Dabra does have a preference for Barbie.  There is a Dora ball out there but he definitely likes Barbie much more.  He's also on the shy side.  I've been trying to catch him in the act for a long time.  Every time I have the camera, he won't  . . . um, perform and even this time, I had to film him from inside the house.  He normally,  . . . um, plays for much longer too.

Until next time, Happy Creative Time!


Anonymous said...

LOL Thanks for sharing that with us!!!!

Vanessa said...

We used to have a toy poodle who had that uh, liked legs. Which for a dog, is not particularly unusual. The fact that it was indeed a girl dog makes it a little unusual. Yeah, I'm pretty sure we had a girl loving girl dog. :)

Lisa said...

You never stop surprising us, do you!?! So, do we call it a he or a she?
Thanks for the laugh.

Anonymous said...

I have a small female dog that does this to the other female dog. It really upsets my 13yo daughter! Anyhow, that activity is not limited to males... :D

Barracudasue said...

Oh my.....quite the video, Ileana! I think just stick with "she" because your daughter says so! :D