I'm about to tell you, there are two meanings of a Dust Bunny or dustbunnies. Neither one should be seen in your house if it is on the market to be sold.
First Wikipedia, defines it as also called dustmice, small clumps of dust that form under beds and furniture in areas that are not cleaned often. They are made up of hair, lint, dust, rubbish and debris, and held together by static electricity. Besides being unsightly, they are harmful to electronics, because they can obstruct airflow, and ultimately shorten the live of electronic components.
The second one is the product of a 19 year old college student. She loves and cares for her bunny, but does not always have time to fully clean her room.
While she was training her bunny to run free in her room, he went straight under the bed and came out with dust on his whiskers.
“Look a dustbunny!” I exclaimed. My daughter laughed and then snapped these photo’s. Isn’t he cute?
In the end you see, even the bunny knows you have to clean up after dustbunnies!