Dyzzleberry Dictionary ::
Rabbityle

A furry ball of an animal indigenous to both hemispheres of Planet Authair. It fits snugly inside the hand of an adult, but doesn't like being there unless it gets soft scratches inside its thick fur. No need for arms; it gives hugs with long furry ears. It keeps a lizard-like tail coiled up inside a rump-pouch exposing only the puffball of fur on its tip. If a predator appears, rabbityle makes like a ball spinning, its tail uncoils and slings through the air where its ears stiffen to wings and it flies to safety. Although, a ball of fur, a rabbityle doesn't wobble when it's sitting. Two heron-like legs fold up underneath resting on sturdy four-toed feet. If it likes you, it'll pop to standing, bending its legs backwards, and follow you around until you feed it veggies. If it really likes you, it'll wrap its tail around your wrist and tap, tap, tap its puffball. Rabbityles come in shades of brown, white, black, blue, or a mottling of any combination. Don’t know but she’s been having a run on rabbityles—deliveries every other day. Guess she’s testing a new vaccine. You’d think she’d involve me in the study, probably doesn’t want my opinion on using live animals for test subjects.