Have you ever seen a pink giraffe? I’m not surprised that you haven’t. They are very shy creatures. So shy in fact, that you have probably never heard of them. But I assure you that pink giraffes do exist. I know because my mommy told me all about them.
Pink giraffes don’t grow very big and they make almost no noise at all. The only sound they make is a soft clicking or chirping when they get very excited. The natural habitat of the pink giraffe is any sunny spot with a soft breeze. Their diet consists entirely of pink cotton candy and dewdrops.
Pink giraffes make their nests high in the trees. They build their nests out of popsicle sticks and line them with dryer lint. Pink giraffes sleep in their nests most of the time. They only come out on Thursday mornings. Take care not to disturb them while they sleep because they tend to be cranky if you wake them.
The pink giraffe is a friendly animal once it gets to know you. They are fiercely loyal to those they trust and will go out of their way to please. Pink giraffes make very good friends indeed.
It’s rare to come across a pink giraffe, so make sure you don’t waste the opportunity if you ever do spot one. I recommend never leaving the house on a Thursday without a pocket full of cotton candy. It is better to have and not need, than to need and not have.