Daisy Duck is a cartoon created in 1940 as the female counterpart of Donald Duck and sometimes even as his partner. Her debut was in the animation Mr. Duck Steps Out, June 7, 1940. It appeared, mainly, with the name of Donna Duck until 1940. This character is known to be Donald's girlfriend, although he occasionally dates Glad Consuerte (also called Narcissus Bello or Panfilo Ganso). Daisy has Donald's temperament, but is a little more sophisticated. According to Don Rosa's comics, Daisy is the sister of Huey's father, Dewey and Louie (translated as Juanito, Jorgito and Jaimito for Spain, as Hugo, Paco and Luis for Latin America or also as Huguito, Dieguito and Luisito in Argentina) that she, like Donald, is her aunt.1In addition, one of her sisters is the mother of the triplets Abril, Mayo and Junio (Rosa, Blanca and Celeste), a trio that acts as counterpart to Donald's triplet nephews. In the beginning Daisy was a secondary character that only appeared in some Donald or Mickey shorts, but with time her importance grew until she joined the group of the recognized mouse.