Her mate is named Kenny Rogers, natch

By Alex Heigl
Updated April 08, 2016 03:54 PM
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Well, Dolly Parton the Flemish Giant isn’t exactly little, tipping the scales at around 20 pounds, but still, the message stands.

Sometime between 11:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Wheeler Historic Farm director Kathleen Bailey noticed that Parton’s enclosure’s lock had been broken, and the cage was subsequently empty.

Dolly is one of the farm’s three Flemish giants. (Her mate is another Flemish giant named — wait for it — Kenny Rogers.) The Salt Lake City, Utah, farm believes she may be pregnant. A rabbit’s gestation period is typically 28-31 days, and if so, she’s due to give birth this weekend.

Theft from the Farm is a rare occurrence. Bailey told KUTV that the last one she can recall was of a turkey, sometime in the last five years.

Wheeler has filed a report with the Murray Police Department, and the Facebook post alerting the public to the theft has been shared many times by a concerned public.

#PrayersForDolly