In a faraway place called Bunderland, there was a village of bunnies. In this village lived the twins, Bibi & Bebe.
Señora Bolero, proprietor of the dance school Amar la Danza, and her husbun Señor Berga, the concert pianist and dance partner to his wife, had twin granddaughters. Like all grandparents they were very proud of Bibi and Bebe and they loved them very much.
The girls were not only sisters but the best of friends, they did everything together and their favourite thing to do was to run, skip and hop through Bipin Forest at the south of the village. On warmer days they would sit by the Bradburn Brook listening to the birds chirping and gazing at little families of ladybirds bustling about. They enjoyed watching nature go about it’s business undisturbed.
They were a pair of aspiring ballerinas and they had heard through the willow vine that in some villages, you weren't allowed to dance together if you were both girls, but Abuela Bolero had told the girls that gender does not matter when matching dance partners, and that dance style was far more important. In Bunderland, Bundoptable couples were made up of all types of Bundoptable combinations.
You can give the girls somewhere to grow up and blossom into ballerinas together by adopting them. To adopt them, just click below.