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It was a sunny, calm day, June 3, 2023.
In the back garden of their house in County Kildare, two-year-old Doreen and her mother, Marie, were playing a game of hide and seek with a stuffed rabbit.
They had played it since Doree was a baby.
When she was two, her father brought home a stuffed pig from the local pet shop.
Dorees parents have lived in the family home for decades.
The rabbit had belonged to Doreene’s mother, who was killed when Doreesh was just two months old.
Dornell, a young girl who had been living with her grandmother, had come along as well.
Marie was a carer for Doreena when she was a young child, and Dornells older sister, Marie Ann, died when she too was a child.
In a small way, the story of Doreens journey from infancy to adulthood was also a story of the relationship between the family and their rabbit.
Marie Ann was a nurse who had a small pet rabbit named Doreell, who she named for her.
Dannell, she said, had always wanted to be a veterinarian.
Marie’s parents were very keen on her, she added.
Marie said that Doreel was the first rabbit she ever owned.
“It was like the beginning of everything.
Dores parents would always take me to see the rabbit and say hello, she recalled.
Dont let Doreef go Doreellen’s mother Marie Ann died when Dornel was two.
I didn’t know anything about the rabbit,” she said. “
I was very sad when I heard she was gone.
I didn’t know anything about the rabbit,” she said.
Marie died when her daughter Dore Ellen was a toddler, and her grandmother Marie Ann had passed away soon after Doreelle was born.
Marie Anne said that she knew nothing about the pig, but when Dores mother died, she found out she had the rabbit in her possession.
Dorenell is now a very active member of the family, and it is a privilege to see him doing well in his new role.
“He was the happiest boy I have ever known,” she added, adding that she had always enjoyed playing with him.
“We used to play hide and look and smell for him and when he came home he would just jump on my shoulder and run around in circles.”
She said that one day he came running back to her house, his little legs kicking in excitement.
“As soon as I saw him running back I just ran out of the house.
I had never seen him do that before,” she recalled, adding the boy had been born just days before the death of her grandmother.
Dennell is also a very talented musician.
He has also been doing a little of everything, he said.
As for Dornelle, Marie says she loves her little bunny, and has been very protective of him.
Marie is now an apprentice nurse in the medical practice in Kildára.
She said Dore was always so energetic and always laughing.
“There are a lot of things that we can do for him that I never knew were possible until I met Dorn,” she continued.
Dearen is a very good student, Marie explained.
“The next time we see Dore he will be just as happy, and he will get to learn all he wants.
I think Dore has been doing well for himself.
He loves to play, and I hope to give him the chance to play with his friends and other children as well,” she concluded.